|The Children's Place||8100|
|Alzheimer's Resource of Alaska||6750|
|Boys & Girls Club||10300|
|Sunshine Community Health||7200|
|CCS Early Learning||20000|
|Wasilla Area Seniors Inc.||9300|
|Alaska Legal Services||9450|
|Red Cross of Alaska||9375|
|Mat-Su Senior Services||15475|
|Valley Residential Services||9000|
Community Impact Grant funding requests should present innovative approaches to meeting the health and human services needs of our community. Although we recognize that there are many pressing community needs, in order to maximize our impact, priority will be given to projects and initiatives that are collaborative and/or address issues identified through the Community Plan—Education, Income and Health. Other factors for funding consideration include measurable outcomes, programs that meet currently unmet needs and the agency’s capacity and ability to sustain the project/program.
All organizations considering applying for Community Impact Grant funds must meet all of the following minimum requirements:
501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, or
Organization with a fiscal agent that is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, or
Unit of government or unit of tribal government, or Non-501 (c) 3 organization if certain criteria are met. These include:
1. The funds are distributed for specific projects that are in furtherance of the funding organization’s charitable purposes;
2. The funding 501(c) (3) organization retains discretion and control as to the use of the funds by the funded organization; and
3. The funding organization maintains records documenting that the funds were used for 501(c) (3) purposes.
Grants must provide funding for services or activities that align with the United Way of Mat-Su Community Investment Initiatives: Education, Income & Health.
Children and Youth Achieve Their Potential
All children and youth reach their fullest potential in a safe and nurturing environment.
Goal: Help Parents understand the importance of early childhood years and better prepare their children for school.
Goal: More students in the Mat-Su Valley will graduate on-time.
Goal: Enhance awareness and pursuit of career opportunities.
Financial Stability and Independence
Reduction of poverty through increased economic opportunity, stability and self-sufficiency.
Goal: Mat-Su Borough residents have the opportunity to earn a living wage.
Goal: Mat-Su Borough residents have access to food, shelter, primary health care,
transportation and disaster services.
Community Wide Health
Contribute to a healthy progression through life by accessible and affordable high quality healthcare for all who need it on a timely basis.
Goal: Mat-Su Borough residents are healthy and avoid risky behaviors.
Goal: Reduce substance abuse through a grassroots youth led initiative to promote a drug free community.
Goal: Mat-Su Borough residents access the services and providers they need.