High Country United Way will begin accepting applications for programs for the fiscal year 2019-20 by mid-April.
HCUW seeks proposals that meet the goals and strategies identified by its Community Impact Visioning Councils, as well as those that continue to meet basic and emergency needs in the High Country. These can be found in the application which will be available online by April 9 at www.highcountryunitedway.org or by contacting the HCUW office at (828) 265-2111 on or after April 9.
Eligible, interested agencies are invited to a meeting at 9:45 a.m. on April 8 in the large, 2nd floor conference room of Wells Fargo Bank in Boone. Coffee, juice, water and light snacks will be provided starting at 9:30 a.m.
Non-profit 501c3 organizations providing health and human service programming and operating in Watauga, Avery and/or Mitchell counties are eligible to apply for funding from High Country United Way. The purposes of this meeting are to explain HCUW's goals for the 2019-20 programs, distribute information and applications, explain the process and answer questions. The deadline for submitting applications to renew existing programs is April 17. The deadline for submitting applications for new programs is April 26.
High Country United Way continues to support programs that help meet basic and emergency human needs plus those that address underlying causes of serious problems within our communities. To determine those underlying causes and establish strategies to address them HCUW adopted the Community Impact approach being used by United Ways across the country. Using this process, HCUW sought input from informed citizens across the High Country through Visioning Councils in the areas of Education, Health and Income Stabilization. From the work of those Councils the list of goals/visions for improving community conditions in the High Country and the strategies to achieve them were developed.
Information on how to apply, the 2019-20 High Country United Way funding priorities, as well as applications and RFP forms, will be available on the High Country United Way website by April 9 at www.highcountryunitedway.org.
Call High Country United Way with further questions at (828) 265-2111.