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Community Impact Funding

The Community Impact Fund supports the work of United Way and our partner agencies — select nonprofit organizations delivering measurable results in the areas of Education, Income, Health and Financial Stability — to help support a community where all individuals and families achieve their potential. At the United Way of Campbell County, our relationships with the local business, nonprofit, government and labor communities give us a unique perspective into the needs of our local community — and how they connect. We’re also able to take stock of the gaps in service available to those in need.

The following information provides the basic criteria for local non-profit organizations that wish to apply for Community Impact Funding. 

1. PROVIDE COMMUNITY SERVICE BASED ON DOCUMENTED NEED(S)
The agency/program request should be based upon an identifiable current need, demand, or problem in Campbell County. United Way of Campbell County offers support in the following community impact areas:

Education - Helping children, youth and adults achieve their full potential
Financial Stability - Promoting financial stability and independence, and increasing self-sufficiency for families and individuals
Healthy Lives - Improving people's overall health

Services which are supported by United Way dollars should be clearly defined and their impact documented by the organization applying for or receiving funds. Services should be targeted toward an identifiable population within Campbell County.

2. PROVIDE SERVICES IN CAMPBELL COUNTY, WYOMING AND ALL FUNDS MUST BE USED FOR THE BENEFIT OF PERSONS LIVING IN CAMPBELL COUNTY.
Any agency applying for United Way funds that has a national or state charter must have a local chapter/program and have a visible presence in the Campbell County in order to be eligible for United Way of Campbell County funding.

3. BE INCORPORATED, OPERATIONAL AND PROVIDING SERVICES FOR WHICH YOU ARE APPLYING
Be of a character such that contributions to it will qualify as charitable deductions under the Internal Revenue Code and Regulations thereunder.

4. CHARTER AND BY-LAWS
Which clearly define the organizations purpose and duties, and authority and responsibilities of the governing body.

5. VOLUNTEER BOARD OF DIRECTORS
A duly constituted volunteer board of directors which meet at least four (4) times annually and are representative of all segments in the community.