If your agency is currently receiving funding: Please click here to download and fill out your year-end report
Year-end reports are due Friday, May 14th and can be emailed to [email protected]
Our grant application process takes place each January. Please check back in December for additional details.
If your nonprofit program helps families and individuals increase their financial stability, you may be eligible for a grant from our Community Impact Fund.
To qualify for funding, you must be serving Whatcom County residents in one or more of the following areas:
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty
Our funded programs are more than just grant recipients, they're partners.
In addition to working together to help clients and our community, we meet regularly to connect, collaborate, and advocate for each other in the name of positive community change. It's our pleasure to highlight the amazing work we are helping to fund, and we're forever grateful to these nonprofits for speaking out about what it means to be part of the United Way network.
We want long-term solutions for our community. But emergencies happen. We’re grateful for the $100,000+ in federal funds Whatcom County receives annually to supplement local emergency food and shelter programs. We serve as the fiscal agent for these funds and work with local government and non-profit organizations to determine allocations to local programs.
Grant applications are accepted and reviewed annually.