Benefits of becoming a United Way Funded Partner
United Way GBACC remains a leader in tackling complex issues in our community, bringing together hundreds of community partners to help solve them. We provide resources and funding to nonprofits whose strategies align with ours and invite 501(C)(3) organizations that are well aligned to our strategic areas to consider applying for funding through our grant opportunities.
In addition to receiving funding opportunities, our agencies receive one-on-one mentoring and group training opportunities throughout the year. Our funded partners also have access to our network of volunteers, volunteer portal Volunteer Connect, and so much more.
Use the links below to take you to our information pages on the Community Impact Grant and the Capacity Building Micro Grants
United Way GBACC remains a leader in tackling complex issues in our community, bringing together community partners to help solve them. We provide resources and funding to nonprofits whose strategies align with ours, and invite nonprofit organizations to consider applying for grants through our funding opportunities. We fund on local programs and initiatives that are within our four focus areas of basic needs, education, financial stability, and health.
In order to apply, applicant agencies must:
- Be a non-profit, 501(c)3 (federally tax-exempt) organization (i.e. non-profit organizations, governmental entities, educational institutions)
- All recipient of services must be residents of either Greater Baytown or Chambers County and fall in one of the following service area zip codes :77520, 77521, 77522, 77562, 77514, 77560, 77580, 77661, 77665, 77523, 77597
- Programs must provide human services, and must align with the strategic funding targets of the United Way of Greater Baytown Area and Chambers County.
- The program must be implemented between July 2024 and June 2025.
- Applicant must be able to provide current, clean financial documentation, appropriate to the agency by size. All financial documents must be prepared by a certified CPA.
The Community Impact grant is a one-year grant, that runs from July 2024 – June 2025.
Applicant agencies are encouraged to review the funding objectives below before applying for funding through United Way of Greater Baytown and Chambers County. Funding for programs through the Community Impact Grant is competitive, and based on information submitted. All proposals are reviewed and approved by community volunteers and donors, and the United Way of Greater Baytown Area and Chambers County Board of Directors.
All approved applicants must sign and adhere to a formal grant agreement, including reporting timelines, United Way fundraising efforts, and community relations.
If applicants meet these basic requirements, they are invited to apply for a Community Impact Grant through United Way of Greater Baytown Area and Chambers County. Below are important dates.
Wednesday, November 1 at 2:00
Finance Review and Letter of Intent Window
November 1 – November 30, 2023
Grant applications Opens
January 15, 2024
Grant application closes
February 15, 2024 at 12:00pm
First time applicants are required to attend a Grant Cycle Orientation before gaining access to the application database. To schedule a meeting or orientation, please email email@example.com.