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United Way of Weld County supports local agency programs and services that advance the well-being of Weld County’s citizens in Health, Education, Financial Stability and Access to Services in a variety of investment processes. Below are our funded partners from July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2019. 

These include:

Community Impact Fund (CIF)
Designations (D)
Direct Services (DS)
Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP)
Foundation/Government Grants (FG)
Program Revenue (PR)
Recreation Scholarships (RS)
Special Grants (SG)
UWWC AmeriCorps VISTA Program (VP)
Youth Allocations Committee (YAC)
Each assigned VISTA volunteer is valued at $30,000 per year.

EDUCATION

Boy Scouts, Longs Peak Council – $65,015 (CIF, D)
Boys and Girls Clubs of Weld County – $164,451 (CIF, D, YAC)
Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld – $11,757 (CIF, D)
Envision – $32,719 (CIF, D)
Greeley Dream Team – $13,860 (CIF, D, YAC)
High Plains Library District – $24,000 (VP)
“I Have a Dream” Foundation of Boulder County – $37,750 (VP, YAC)
North Range Behavioral Health – $41,586 (CIF, D, YAC)
Partners Mentoring Youth – $20,482 (CIF, D, YAC)
Poudre Learning Center – $42,000 (VP)
Turning Point – $11,379 (CIF, D, YAC)
United Way of Weld County
Best Start for Babies and Toddlers – $32,832 (FG)
Bright By Three – $91,709 (DS, FG)
• Child Care Provider Professional Development – $22,257 (DS, PR)
• Child Care Resource and Referral – $155,121 (DS, FG)
• Colorado Child Care Assistance Program – $67,740 (FG)
• Expanding Quality in Infant and Toddler Care – $18,293 (DS, FG)
• Family, Friend and Neighbor Providers Association – $269,151 (DS, FG)
Northern Colorado Children’s Festival – $21,436 (DS, PR)
• Raising a Reader – UWWC Staffing
• School Readiness Quality Improvement Project – $48,558 (FG)
Weld County’s Early Childhood Council – $626,429 (DS, FG)
Youth & Family Connections – $32,905 (CIF, D)

 

To better align the investments it makes in agency programs with the ongoing work of the Promises for Children Early Childhood Council, United Way is presently facilitating a community-wide planning and goal setting process for Early Childhood efforts in Weld County. Find out more and read about the progress of this effort.

To better align the investments it makes in agency programs with ongoing youth development work in the county, United Way is presently facilitating a community-wide planning and goal setting process for Youth Development efforts in Weld County. Find out more and read about the progress of this effort.

Contact Melanie Falvo for more information and to get involved.

FINANCIAL STABILITY

A Woman’s Place – $47,970 (CIF, D, EFSP)
Almost Home – $4,385 (CIF, D)
Carbon Valley Help Center – $10,100 (CIF, EFSP)
Catholic Charities – $72,829 (CIF, D, EFSP, YAC)
Connections for Independent Living – $18,370 (CIF, D)
Global Refugee Center – $12,829 (CIF, D, YAC)
Greeley Transitional House – $65,990 (CIF, D, EFSP)
Habitat for Humanity of the St Vrain Valley – $4,430 (CIF, D YAC)
Hope @ Miracle House – $6,100 (CIF, D)
Jobs of Hope – $12,050 (CIF)
Kids at Their Best – $24,000 (VP)
LaSalle Ministry Alliance – $2,500 (EFSP)
Lincoln County Economic Development Center – $30,000 (VP)
Northern Colorado Youth for Christ – $4,225 (CIF, D)
Reachout Ministries – $2,000 (EFSP)
Right to Read – $13,509 (CIF, D, YAC)
Stepping Stones of Windsor – $3,500 (EFSP)
The Salvation Army – $4,100 (D, EFSP)
United Way of Weld County
Emergency Food & Shelter Program – $1,947 (EFSP)
Family Business Solutions – $65,940 (DS, PR)
GET Bus Pass Program – UWWC Staffing
Piton Foundation Earned Income Tax Credit Initiative – UWWC Staffing
• Realizing Independence Through Education (RITE) – 75,272 (DS, FG)
UWWC AmeriCorps VISTA Project – $253,033 (FG, PR, VP)
• Weld Homeless Coalition – UWWC Staffing
Weld Refugee Collaboration – UWWC Staffing
• Weld Self-Sufficiency Collaborative – UWWC Staffing
Weld Together – UWWC Staffing
Weld’s Way Home – Facilitation – $152,040 (DS, FG)
• Weld’s Way Home – Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement System – $45,000 (FG)
• Weld’s Way Home – Cold Weather Shelter – $132,263 (DS, EFSP, FG)
Weld Food Bank – $69,091 (CIF, D, EFSP, YAC)
Women2Women – $4,179 (CIF, D)

 

To better align the investments it makes in agency programs with ongoing household stability and homelessness work in the county, United Way is presently facilitating a community-wide planning and goal setting process for Household Stability efforts in Weld County. Find out more and read about the progress of this effort.  Contact Melanie Falvo for more information and to get involved.

HEALTH

Alternative Homes for Youth – $1,338 (CIF, D)
Arc of Weld County – $36,000 (VP)
Brigit’s Bounty Community Resources – $44,564 (CIF, VP)
Catholic Charities – $16,101 (CIF)
City of Evans Recreation – $1,000 (RS)
City of Ft. Lupton Recreation – $3,200 (RS)
City of Greeley Culture, Parks & Rec – $1,000 (RS)
Envision – $12,000 (CIF)
Highland Recreation – $1,500 (RS)
LAM Ministry – $24,038 (CIF, D)
Life Stories Child and Family Advocacy – $33,714 (CIF, D, YAC)
Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains – $15,781 (CIF, D, YAC)
North Colorado Health Alliance – $38,763 (CIF, D)
SAVA Center – $16,231 (CIF, D)
Senior Resource Services – $35,666 (CIF, D, VP)
Sunrise Community Health Center – $30,000 (VP)
Thompson Rivers Park & Recreation District – $2,800 (RS)
Town of Eaton Recreation – $1,300 (RS)
Town of Erie Recreation – $1,000 (RS)
Town of Kersey Recreation – $1,200 (RS)
Town of LaSalle Recreation – $800 (RS)
Town of Mead Recreation – $1,000 (RS)
Town of Platteville Recreation – $3,200 (RS)
Town of Windsor, Parks, Recreation and Culture – $2,000 (RS)
TRU Hospice of Northern Colorado – $6,558 (CIF, D)
United Way of Weld County
FamilyWize Prescription Drug Discount Card Program – UWWC Staffing
Weld Foster Youth Nutrition Program – UWWC Staffing
Via Mobility Services – $5,000 (CIF)
Weld County School District 6 – $49,865 (CIF, D, VP)

 

To better align the investments it makes in agency programs with ongoing older adults work in the county, United Way is presently facilitating a community-wide planning and goal setting process for Older Adults and Health Aging efforts in Weld County. Find out more and read about the progress of this effort.  Contact Melanie Falvo for more information and to get involved.

ACCESS TO SERVICES

United Way of Weld County
2-1-1 Information & Referral – $234,510 (DS, FG)
Disaster Preparedness and Response – UWWC Staffing
Volunteer Engagement – $45,884 (DS,PR)
Weld Project Connect – $57,892 (DS, PR)