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Our Funded Partners & OpportunitiesCity of Timmins District of Cochrane District of Nipissing District of Parry Sound District of Timiskaming District of Sudbury & Manitoulin
UWCNEO believes in a community where everyone can succeed. Our targeted investments reflect community conditions and are allocated where they are needed most, to have the greatest impact. These investment strategies support frontline programs and services, advocacy, and research.
UWCNEO’s funding review process ensures that donor dollars are invested for maximum impact. Experienced community volunteers, with the support of staff, review all applications, provide recommendations to our Allocations Committee, with final funding approval from the Board of Directors. The number of funded programs and allocated amounts are determined by dollars raised in the community.
Local, registered charitable organizations who are working to address poverty, building strong communities or helping kids be all they can be, are invited to apply for funding during designated funding timelines.
Sudbury Program Funding
Sudbury Program Funding of $10,000 or more is based on an in-depth review process that determines funding allocations to local programs addressing identified needs for one or more of our focus areas:
- All that kids can be
- Building strong communities
- Moving people from poverty to possibility
To apply for Sudbury Program Funding, agencies must meet the following criteria:
- Be a Registered Canadian Charity
- The program must have been operational for one complete year before applying for United Way funding
- The program aligns with United Way’s focus areas
- The program must be situated in the City of Greater Sudbury
- The program demonstrates impact
- The program applies evidence-based effectiveness
Applications for Sudbury Program funding are now being accepted. For more information, please contact Linda Dupuis, Governance & Partnership Manager.Contact Us
Beginning February 3, 2020, Area Grants for the City of Timmins, and Districts of Cochrane, Nipissing, Parry Sound and Timiskaming will be open.
Local, registered charitable organizations who are working to address poverty, building strong communities or helping kids be all they can be, are invited to submit their completed Area Grant application by March 9, 2020.
General eligibility requirements for Area Grants:
- Must be a registered charitable organization with the Canada Revenue Agency
- Must sign a Partnership Agreement with United Way
- Grant funding must be spent before March 31, 2021 (when the final report is due)
- Must be prepared to provide three (3) quotes for any materials, equipment and/or services indicated in the application
Depending upon the district, Area Grants may be applied to:
- Equipment/minor capital
- Projects (with a beginning and an end) – including pilot projects
- Programs (which have been operating successfully for at least one year)
Please note that Area Grants do not apply to:
- Projects outside of the listed catchment 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
Applications for the Nipissing District and the Parry Sound District can be obtained by contacting Linda Dupuis, Governance and Partnership Manager.Contact Us
Applications for the City of Timmins, Cochrane District, and the Timiskaming District can be obtained by contacting Jennifer Gorman, Manager, Cochrane and Timiskaming DistrictsContact Us
WOLVES United - United FIVE Grants
Applications for WOLVES United grants are being accepted until September 30th.
For more information about the application process or to request an application, please contact Linda Dupuis, Governance and Partnership Manager.