Community Impact Grants

United Way of the Brazos Valley is proud to support local organizations who serve our community. There are various opportunities available to take part in our grant process.

Please contact Peggi Goss, Vice President Community Impact, for more information at 979-696-4483 x. 113 or at pgoss@uwbv.org.   

Community Impact Grants - Approx. $7,000 -  $45,000 Annually

The application process becomes available via the United Way of the Brazos Valley website and takes place every other year. Approved agencies are funded for two years. The Letter of Intent process occurs in the 4th quarter of odd numbered years (i.e. 2019, 2021, 2023, etc.). The application and grant review process takes place throughout the 1st and 2nd quarters of even numbered years (i.e. 2020, 2022, 2024, etc.) for agencies who are selected through the Letter of Intent Process.

Community Builder Grants - Approx. $200 - $1,000 

Applications and awards are granted each year. The application becomes available via the United Way of the Brazos Valley website in the 1st quarter every year. These grant applications are part of United Way of the Brazos Valley's Youth Leadership Cabinet. Agencies selected for funding are announced in May.

The Youth Leadership Cabinet is accepting applications for Community Builder Grants. Click below for more information.

State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC)

United Way of the Brazos Valley is the Local Campaign Manager for the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC). The application process becomes available via the United Way of the Brazos Valley website in the 1st quarter each year. Approvals and denials for charities to participate are determined by April each year. The State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) is held the following fall and quarterly payments begin in the 1st/2nd quarter of the following calendar year.

The Local Employee Committee of the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) is accepting applications for the local federations and local unaffiliated organizations for the Brazos Valley SECC Campaign. Click below for more information.