United Way of the Brazos Valley is proud to support local organizations who serve our community. Organizations are encouraged to apply for funding through the various grant opportunities.
Community Impact Grants
United Way's Community Impact Grants are invested in nonprofit organizations that provide programs and services which align with United Way's three strategive priority areas of health, education and financial stability. Each grant recipient provides services in one or more of the seven counties which make up the Brazos Valley: Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, Robertson and Washington.
United Way of the Brazos Valley is not accepting applications for Community Impact Grants at this time.
State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC)
United Way of the Brazos Valley is the current Local Campaign Manager for the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC). The Local Campaign Manager is responsible for facilitating the local charity application process, administering the campaign, accepting and distributing funds to local charities and reporting donor contributions to various agencies and other Local Campaign Managers.
The Local Employee Committee of the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) is accepting applications at this time. Applications are due to the United Way of the Brazos Valley by 5:00 pm on April 3, 2020.
Community Builder Grants - Up to $1,000
The Youth Leadership Cabinet extends a grant application every year. Grant are awarded up to $1,000 and must benefit the Brazos Valley in the areas of health, education and/or financial stability. The application becomes available via the United Way of the Brazos Valley website in the first quarter of every year. Agencies selected for funding are announced in late April.
The Youth Leadership Cabinet is accepting applications at this time. Applications are due to the United Way of the Brazos Valley by 5:00 pm on April 3, 2020.
Emergency Food & Shelter Program (EFSP)
United Way of the Brazos Valley is the Local Board Chair for the Emergency Food & Shelter Program (EFSP). The Local Board is charged to distribute funds appropriated by Congress to help expand the capacity of food and shelter programs in high-need areas around the country and to help people with economic emergencies (not disaster-related [i.e., fires of any kind, floods, tornadoes, etc.] emergencies). Therefore, EFSP funds are not to be used to provide economic assistance for circumstances that are the immediate result of a disaster situation. The Local Board will determine how the funds are distributed based on the amounts funded in each county by FEMA.
The Local Board is not accepting applications for EFSP funding at this time.
For more information about the United Way of the Brazos Valley's grants, please contact Peggi Goss at 979-696-4483 x. 113 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.