United Way of Washington County funds programs that provide health and human services to Washington County residents. Eligible programs must be able to demonstrate positive, measurable outcomes. Programs seeking United Way funding must work towards the advancement of identified Community Goals and Focus Areas under three Impact Pillars: Financial Stability, Education and Health.
About United Way Funding:
- United Way's Community Investment Process
- Requirements & Eligibility
- Community Goals & Focus Areas
- Funded Agency Partner Agreements
Measuring Program Outcomes
United Way's Indicators
The application process for funding under the United Way of Washington County’s Education Pillar is now open. United Way is looking for programs that help youth achieve academic goals and demonstrate the life skills necessary to become positive, contributing members of society.
Program indicators of success include:
- School readiness
- Early grade reading
- Middle school success and reading
- High school graduation
Interested agencies are strongly encouraged to contact John Schiraj at United Way by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 262-338-3821 before completing the application to review requirements and discuss questions and clarifications.