For Partners

United Way of Brazoria County’s Board of Directors approved the distribution of $2,115,440 in allocation funds to 46 programs amongst 28 Community Partners in Brazoria County as recommended by the Community Impact Committee.

Every year, community volunteers serve on the Community Impact Committee to help identify areas of community need and allocate funds to programs that meet these needs. United Way of Brazoria County focuses on education, income, health, and basic needs, which are the building blocks of a good quality of life.

Thank you to the generous companies, individuals and organizations that donated and volunteered their time to make United Way of Brazoria County’s community work possible and support these programs and organizations.

You show us what it means to #LIVEUNITED.

 

2017-2018 Requests for Proposal

The 2017-2018 Request for Proposal process will open in January 2017. if you are interested in becoming a 2017-2018 United way Community Partner, the relevant documents are now available below.

Please download these documents and save to your computer:

Any local 501(c)3 serving clients and/or providing services in Brazoria County in the areas of education, income, health and basic needs wanting to applying for the 2017-2018 funding cycle must have a representative attend one of three mandatory training dates. 

November 1st: 10AM-Noon

November 2nd: 10AM- Noon

November 3rd: 5PM - 7PM

Please contact Haley at hfollett@uwbc.org to RSVP. Space is limited. 

We look forward to working with your organization in 2017-2018 as a United Way of Brazoria County Community Partner.