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Are you aligned with Heart of Kentucky United Way’s
goals, priorities and strategies in education, income and health?
Heart of Kentucky United Way is moving forward toward lasting change. United Way recognizes that the building blocks of a good life are education, income, and health; therefore; United Way focuses funding on programs that make a collective impact in these areas. We recognizes that for lasting change to occur, the work must be collective. To receive United Way funding, your agency or organization must be committed to collective impact, measurable outcomes, and asset based community development. For questions, contact Amy Longwill at 859.238.6986 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Click the links below for more information.
Heart of Kentucky United Way Goals, Priorities, and Strategies (PDF)
HKUW is seeking programs which address one or more of the following:
- Increase parents’ understanding, confidence, and skills in helping children prepare for school
- Ensure all children are on grade level in reading and math by the end of third grade
- Pursue and promote healthy living and lifestyle for children
New and existing programs are welcome to submit proposals; however, no currently funded programs/agencies may seek 2015 HKUW Opportunity Funding for existing services or programs currently funded.
Furthermore, those programs which applied for 2015 Funding and were not awarded will not be considered for HKUW Opportunity Funding.
Programs will be reviewed by HKUW staff, board member(s) and community volunteers. The maximum award for each proposal will be $5,000.
Download a copy of the RFP Scoring Rubric, click here. If you have questions, please feel free to call or e-mail Community Impact Director, Amy Longwill using the e-mail address below or by calling 859.238.6986.
All proposals are to be submitted via e-mail to Amy Longwill.
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