Community Investment Councils
Brown County United Way continuously seeks out the voice of the community to shape and inform our work. One way in which we do this is by engaging local volunteers from all walks of life to serve on three Community Investment Councils:
- Program Investment Council – Council members make five-year System of Care grant recommendations and evaluate the progress of these grants through annual report reviews and site visits.
- Impact Initiatives Council – Council members make Neighborhood Partnership Grant recommendations, evaluate the progress of these grants, and help develop mid- and longer-term neighborhood-based strategies.
- Advocacy Council – Council members work with us to champion specific advocacy priorities in the areas of education, health, financial wellbeing, and connection to community.
All council members provide critical input on our Impact Framework and related strategy development, keep informed about community needs and trends, and participate in regular learning opportunities.
Want to learn more?
If you have any questions, contact Sarah Inman.