United Way of Mid & South Jefferson County (UWMSJC) is seeking Letters of Intent for its 2022-23 Community Investment Grant to recruit people and organizations that bring the passion, expertise and resources needed to get things done.
Donor Name: United Way of Mid & South Jefferson County (UWMSJC)
County: Jefferson County (TX)
Type of Grant: Grant
Deadline (mm/dd/yyyy): 12/31/2021
Eligibility & Selection Criteria
Applicants must provide services within the United Way of Mid & South Jefferson jurisdiction (zip codes 77619, 77627, 77640, 77641, 77642, 77643, 77651, 77655 & cities included Groves, Nederland, Port Arthur, Port Neches, and Sabine Pass.
- An active local or regional governing board (primarily residing in Jefferson County) of adequate size, background, and diversity to represent the community, serving without compensation, holding regular, documented meetings (at least quarterly) and demonstrating effective administrative control.
- Clearly stated, measurable objectives for each program seeking Community Investment Funds.
- A program that addresses a clearly demonstrated community need in reference to at least one of the three areas of United Way focus of Education, Income and Health.
- A satisfactory past record of providing community services demonstrated by two years of service utilized by the community as evidenced by service utilization figures; individual program financing during this time period from several sources (including at least one that is inherent to the community.)
- two years of service utilized by the community as evidenced by service utilization figures;
- individual program financing during this time period from several sources (including at least one that is inherent to the community.)
- A categorized operating budget system which translates program plans into financial terms; uses proper financial accounting procedures; regular annual financial reviews/audits, as outlined in the Annual Financial Reporting
- Policy of the UWMSJC, showing all income and disbursements in reasonable detail prepared by an independent Certified Public Accountant.
- Evidence of consultation and cooperation with established, related agencies to prevent duplication of effort and achieve efficiency and economy of operation.
- Programs available to citizens of the community without regard to race, religion, national origin, or political creed;
- Incorporated, non-profit corporation status under Section 501 (c) 3 of the Internal Revenue code.
- Demonstrated compliance with all applicable statutes and licensing, accreditation, and governmental code requirements.
For more information, visit Community Investment Grant.