United Way of the Capital Region provides a variety of services and financial support to non-profits in Dauphin, Cumberland and Perry counties. These services help non-profits improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their programs and services.
How to Receive UW Funding: United Way of the Capital Region is best known for providing financial support to non-profits through its annual fundraising campaign and grant programs. United Way directs funding to local programs and services that address critical needs and demonstrate a measurable difference in the lives of people in our community.
Presently, our United Way offers two funding streams to non-profits: Annual Allocations and Community Response Fund Grants. Community Response Fund Grants are open to any non-profit offering services in the Capital Region. Annual Allocations are only open to previously selected and approved programs.
E-CImpact: Agencies can submit funding proposals through our online community impact management system.
Agency Designation/Payout Information: Helpful information on designations and payments for funded agencies.
AgencyLink: Our online softare for agencies to view pledges, designations and payout information managed by United Way of the Capital Region.
Training and Technical Assistance: Information on services provided by United Way of the Capital Region to non-profits, including training, outcome measurement, recruitment of volunteers and new board members, in-kind donations of equipment and supplies, and creation of community groups to address emerging needs can be found here.
Join the Volunteer Center: The Volunteer Center is a program of United Way of the Capital Region that offers a tremendous amount of services and support to non-profits. The center serves as a clearinghouse for volunteer activities in the Capital Region and as an advocate for volunteerism. Additionally, the Center supports the recognition of volunteers and coordinates access to in-kind donations. You can find more information on these services here.