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How to Apply for United Way Funding

United Way Centraide North East Ontario/ Nord-est de l'Ontario carries out two primary functions: Revenue Generation and Community Investment.

United Way's Revenue Generation is the development, planning, and implementation of annual fundraising, as well as other innovative partnerships which result in non-receiptable funding. It supports a variety of social service programs in North East Ontario.


United Way's Community Investment has two primary functions: Identifying social/health-related needs and distributing funds to meet these needs. Social needs of the community are identified through the collection and compilation of information related to issues, trends, and opportunities in the social service sector. Social needs planning also includes involvement in community planning activities through participation in local planning groups, community consultations and facilitation of community planning processes.

There are two types of funding that can be applied for:

 

Program Funding

Program Funding of $10,000 or more is based on an in-depth review process that determines funding allocations to local programs which address identified needs for one of our three focus areas:

  • All that kids can be
  • Building strong communities
  • Moving people from poverty to possibility

To apply for Program Funding, your agency must:
  • Be a Registered Canadian Charity
  • The program must have operated one complete year before applying for United Way funding
  • The program must address one of the three focus areas
  • The program must be situated in the City of Greater Sudbury or the City of Timmins

For more information, please contact:

 

Linda Dupuis
Governance and Partnership Manager, Ext. 222
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Area Grants

Area Grant Funding of $9,900 or less is based on an application review process that determines funding allocations to local agencies which address identified needs for one of our three focus areas:

  • All that kids can be
  • Building strong communities
  • Moving people from poverty to possibility
Funding will be applied to:
  • equipment/minor capital
  • subsidies
  • projects (with a beginning and an end) – may be pilot projects
To obtain an application form for:
  • Nipissing District
  • Parry Sound District

    Erika Lougheed
    Manager, Nipissing & Parry Sound Districts, Ext. 300
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    To obtain an application form for:
  • Cochrane District
  • Timiskaming District
  • City of Timmins

    Jennifer Gorman
    Manager, Cochrane and Timiskaming Districts, Ext. 400
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We are pleased to announce that our new partnership with the Sudbury Wolves has resulted in WOLVES United grants that were provided for the Sudbury and Manitoulin Districts last year and provided more than $50,000 in support for youth/youth mental health. Therefore, Area Grants in Sudbury and Manitoulin Districts have now been replaced by WOLVES United funding. See below for further details on this stream of funding.

 


Area Grant Guidelines

Please read these guidelines carefully to ensure the grant request fits with the criteria.

Organizational eligibility requirements:

  • Grant funding must be spent before March 1, 2019 (when the final report is due)
  • Must provide three (3) quotes for any materials, equipment and/or services
  • Must be a registered charitable organization with the Canada Revenue Agency
  • Must sign a Contract Agreement between United Way and Charity
Grants do not apply to:
  • Projects outside of the area
  • Direct funds to individuals
  • Deficit funding
  • Retroactive projects or events
  • Program operational reserves
  • Dollar for dollar replacement of government funding
  • Fundraising efforts
  • Consultant fees

 

WOLVES United Grants

United Way Centraide North East Ontario in partnership with SW Sports and Entertainment are excited to announce that applications for the 2018/19 Wolves United – United Five Electronic 50/50 Raffle are now being accepted.

Qualifying charities working to support youth and/or youth mental health initiatives (capital, subsidies, projects) are invited to submit their completed application by November 22, 2018. Funding requests up to $5,000 will be considered.

For more information, please contact:

Linda Dupuis
Governance and Partnership Manager, Ext. 222
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