United Way of the Capital Region's allocation process helps us fund programs and services that are needed in our community. Programs and services receiving United Way of the Capital Region funding have an established history of addressing identified needs and being highly effective. Program/service funding is offered on an annual basis.
Agencies offering programs and services are admitted to the allocation process following a complete analysis by a citizen-review panel. The panel makes recommendations on agencies to United Way’s Board of Directors. Generally, prospective programs and services are those that have received United Way funding for a number of years through other funding streams. Admission to the annual allocation process is granted indefinitely; however, the admission does not guarantee a specific level of funding or continued funding of any specific program or service. United Way of the Capital Region uses e-CImpact for all funding applications. Please note, only organizations invited specifically by United Way of the Capital Region may apply for this funding.
To apply for funding, visit United Way of the Capital Region's e-CImpact site
Community Response Fund Grants:
Community Response Fund Grants fund programs and services offered by non-profit health and human service agencies that meet priority needs, as established by United Way of the Capital Region's Board of Directors. The Community Response Fund was established to fund programs that address priority human service needs in Eastern Cumberland, Dauphin and Perry counties not currently addressed by United Way of the Capital Region through its existing package of services. Community Response Fund Grants are provided for a term of one year (April 1, 2015 -March 31, 2016), after which the need for the program and the provider’s performance will be evaluated. United Way of the Capital Region may extend or decline further funding at its discretion. No continued commitment of funding is promised or implied.
For more information on how to apply for the grants, visit our Community Response Fund page.
View a list of the 2014-2015 Community Response Fund grants.