Program Funding

The United Way of Midland understands that the achievement of the Community Impact goals requires substantial, longer- term investments in the most exceptional programs in the areas of Education, Self Sufficiency and Health.  All program funding awarded through the Community Impact - Program Funding process are three-year multi-year funding.  
Request for Proposal (RFP)-
The Request for Proposal (RFP) process assumes zero-based funding. All requests are reviewed competitively and without consideration to prior or current funding.  
Request for Continuation of Funding (RCF)- 
Organizations currently receiving program funding in the other focus areas are required to complete a Request for Continuation of Funding (RCF).  All RCF, requests are reviewed with consideration to prior or current funding.
The  following  requirements  must  be  met  in  order  for  a  program  to receive funding through the Grants Process:
     -501 (C) 3 Nonprofit
     -The proposed program must be a Health and human service organization serving Midland County.
     -Governed by a local volunteer board
     -Fiscal agent must have audited financials
     -The proposed program must align with at least one of United Way of Midland’s Community Impact Focus Area  Goals.


1. Grant Release- Tuesday, January 8, 2019
2.  Software and Grant Application Training- Software and Grant Application Training is optional but highly encouraged.  
(Please sign up for the training on SIGNupGenius)
-Webinar: Monday, January 14th @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
-How to connect to the Webinar:
3. Proposal Submission Deadlines - Complete Application Packets (online via the e-CImpact - Grant Portal) must be submitted to UWM by 4:30 pm on Wednesday, February 13, 2019.
Please contact Michelle Evans at 432-685-7714 or if you have questions.