For Service Providers
Donations made to United Way of Greater Nashua’s Community Impact Fund are awarded to local programs that meet our communities’ greatest needs and can demonstrate measurable results. (Visit Our Work page for investment information.) Each year, UWGN welcomes proposals from local non-profit service providers. Local volunteers representing United Way donors undertake a comprehensive review of proposals and make recommendations to the UWGN Board of Directors about which programs should receive funding.
Does your agency measure up? Take this survey to see if your organization has what it takes to compete for program funding made available through the generosity of local donors who know that investing in our local community’s greatest needs is what will keep our community strong.
Agencies: Log in to your e-C IMPACT account.
(Your username is your email address.)
Make Your Services Known…Register with 211-NH
Your ability to serve our community is only as good as the ability of those in need of your services being able to find you. 211-NH is a statewide information and referral service that anyone with a need can call for free to find out about health and human service programs that can help. Sharing information about all of your programs and services with 211-NH will help the people who need you most, find you. The more detailed you are the better the referrals you will receive. Keep your programs up to date on 211-NH, Add 211nh to your mailing list and make a note to review your listing at least once per year.
Want a reminder?
Fill out the form below to be added to the UWGN bi-annual list reminding you to to check your 211-NH program listings.
United Way donors realize that no one program or service can meet all the needs of a community. They recognize that strong communities rely on a network of programs and services that help individuals and families move toward self sufficiency. Donations made to the Community Impact Fund are awarded to local programs that meet our communities’ greatest needs and can demonstrate measurable results. Each year, United Way of Greater Nashua welcomes proposals from local non-profit service providers. Local volunteers representing United Way donors go through a rigorous and systematic review process and make recommendations to the UWGN board of directors about which programs should receive funding.
Grant Cycle Calendar
Click here to login and view the calendar of ECImpact deadlines that apply to your agency.
General ECImpact Deadlines
July – Program Proposals Due
September – Grant Awards Announced
October – Funded program work begins
November – Progress Reports Due (April -September)
January – 1 st Quarterly Payment
May – Progress Report Due (Oct-March)
2014-15 Cycle awarding one-year grants
2015-16 Cycle awarding one-year grants
2016-17 Cycle awarding three-year and one-year grant awards
Community Needs Assessment
How do your programs address the current, most critical needs? Check out the local needs assessment for valuable data that can help you build your case when you are seeking funding or reporting results. The community needs assessment committee is made up of local stakeholders that review and prioritize data that helps us all know where to focus our time and attention. Is your data telling you a different story about needs in our community? We want to hear from you!