We Believe Place Matters!
We believe vibrant, safe, and healthy neighborhoods are built on the strengths of all who live, work, and play within them. Our vision is to help ensure that all neighborhood residents have strong community support systems that provide economic growth, social connectedness, and self-advocacy opportunities.
Applications open September 1st, 2023
September 1st, 2023 – October 31st, 2023
One-year funding cycle
March 15, 2024 – March 15, 2025
Request must be between $1,000 – $10,000
- View the Neighborhood Partnership Grant eligibilities, priorities, and general information in the complete Request for Proposals.
- Applications are submitted via the online grant management system (e-CImpact).
- If you are a new agency applying to Brown County United Way, click the “New to e-CImpact?” section to begin the agency registration process. For a step-by-step guide, please reference this New Agency Training Manual
*e-CImpact is Brown County United Way’s online system for managing its community investment process. This secure, protected site holds all documentation for agencies, volunteers, and United Way staff.*
Brown County United Way Neighborhood Priorities
Mental, physical, emotional, and social well-being for all in our community.
Pursuit and development of skills and information at all ages and stages of life.
Realization of personal potential through available resources that allow individuals and groups to prosper in an economic system.
A sense of belonging, social support, and meaning and purpose.
- Program/project/activity must occur within either the neighborhood cohort 1, 2, and/or 3 and serve Brown County Residents (see full description in the RFP).
- The proposal must target neighborhoods with a higher concentration of households at or below the ALICE Threshold and poverty-level households (click on Brown County for specific information).
- The proposal must align with BCUW impact area and indicators
- Priority will be given to new programs/projects/activities and applicants who have not received prior NPG funding. Proposals should demonstrate collaboration with community partners and be innovative.
- Previously funded NPG grantees or organizations currently receiving United Way funding through other grant applications are eligible to apply.
- Click to see Community Investment Standards and Practices
Questions about the Request for Proposals?
Open Zoom sessions will be offered for applicant questions about the RFP, the application process, or general questions related to the nature of the grant.
If you would like to attend, please click on the Zoom link below:
For individual questions about your proposal, please contact Jill Sobieck at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting