United Way of Greater New Bedford’s Community Impact Grants are how we invest local dollars into our communities to address targeted issues in our impact areas of Health, Education, Financial Stability, and Basic Needs. Our grants go to high performing nonprofit organizations that provide high quality programs and services vetted by a Citizens Review Committee.
Organizations that apply for funding must be aligned with United Way of Greater New Bedford’s impact areas of Health, Education, Financial Stability, and Basic Needs.
The next Community Impact Grant Application can be submitted starting April 1, 2021 and is due April 23, 2021 by noon.
If you have questions regarding Community Impact Funding, contact Michelle Hantman at 508-994-9625 ext. 212 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Organization Name||Project/Program Name||Impact Area||Award|
|Child & Family Services||Caring Network||Health||$ 20,000|
|Health Imperatives||New Bedford Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinic||Health||$ 25,000|
|SEMCOA, Inc.||WRAP House||Health||$ 15,000|
|Dennison Memorial Community Center||Academic Excellence Program||Education||$ 25,000|
|Global Learning Charter Public School||GLCPS Developmental Reading Program||Education||$ 17,000|
|Meeting Street||Pop-Up Screenings for Early Childhood Developmental Delays||Education||$ 10,000|
|Our Sisters’ School||Counseling Services at Our Sisters’ School||Education||$ 15,000|
|PACE||PACE Head Start||Education||$ 25,000|
|YMCA Southcoast||Summer Learning Loss Program||Education||$ 20,000|
|YWCA Southeastern Massachusetts||YWkids School Age Program||Education||$ 25,000|
|Community Economic Development Center||VITA Free Tax Preparation||Financial Stability||$ 25,000|
|PACE YouthBuild||PACE YB Youth Development Center – Blueprint to a Healthy Financial Life||Financial Stability||$ 23,000|
|Financial Stability Total||$48,000|
|Immigrants’ Assistance Center||Multi-lingual Basic Needs Program||Basic Needs||$ 25,000|
|The Family Pantry-Damien’s Place||Feed the People||Basic Needs||$ 25,000|
|Turning Point||Turning Point: Supporting Need in Wareham||Basic Needs||$ 25,000|
|Basic Needs Total||$75,000|
|Total Community Impact Funding||$320,000|
United Way of Greater New Bedford partnered with the University of Massachusetts Public Policy Center to host three beginner tutorials on how to use an evidence based approach to improving community outcomes. These tutorials are helpful for organizations that seek to apply to United Way’s Community Impact Grants for funding. The application requires a short description on the use of evidence based approaches and a logic model.