Impact Funds: A Year in Review

During the 2019-2020 fiscal year, United Way’s Impact Fund investments in basic needs, family opportunity and social innovation total $9.4 million. In addition to more than $3.5 million from the Family Opportunity Fund, United Way awarded $5 million to 56 organizations for basic needs programs and $750,000 to 14 organizations in support of social innovation programs, concepts and methods that could accelerate change in the community.

 

Below is a full list of community-based organizations who received grants this year from United Way’s Impact Funds. Adding to the total investment in each organization by funded program, we included the pre-determined reporting metrics that support outcomes in our focus areas.

 

At the conclusion of the 2019-2020 fiscal year, United Way will have invested more than $52 million in the community, through programs, grants and services, which include unrestricted grants to community-based organizations and donor designations to nonprofits. United Way also has continued to make programmatic investments in the Centers for Working Families, the Indy Preschool Scholarship Program, and targeted homelessness initiatives as well as grants from the Energy Assistance Program, the Winter Assistance Fund, the Capital Projects Fund and the Facilities Maintenance Fund.

 

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