United Way of the Greater Triangle recently shifted investment priorities to support collaborative partnerships implementing a two-generational approach to breaking the cycle of poverty among families within our 4 county service region.
As this collaborative work progresses in 2016 and into 2017, there may be opportunities to address specific gaps in service partners within the collaborations through a selective process and in the spring of 2017, there will be more consideration of open funding opportunities.
Until that time, the best way to keep abreast of United Way’s work and potential partnership opportunities is to complete the information below in order to receive our newsletters and any updates that emerge.
Also, currently in order to receive funding from the United Way of the Greater Triangle, partners must meet the Standards of Accountability. It may be helpful to become familiar with these standards so that your organization can begin putting some of these pieces into place.
Thank you for your interest in partnering with United Way.