Creating social change and opportunity for all isn’t easy. It takes every one of us, working together.
A key piece of mobilizing resources is getting them to the right people and place. Our funded partners and other partner nonprofits play an invaluable role in that equation.
Whether you’re looking for funding opportunities, volunteers or purposeful programs to build your nonprofit, United Way is uniquely positioned to help you out.
We appreciate your interest in seeking funding opportunities through United Way Quad Cities. We encourage you to check back periodically and sign up for notifications on potential future opportunities.
United Way Quad Cities will provide one-time funding for organizations working to address needs in the African American community and become part of the solution with an emphasis on education, income, and health.
We offer a variety of grants focused on making an impact in the areas of education, income and health.
Requests for Proposals will be accepted from local organizations serving Rock Island County, IL and/or Scott County, IA who align their work to support one of the following impact strategies:
Request for Proposals (RFP) released to community
RFP due to UWQC by 4:30 p.m. Central Time
AALS Investment Committee volunteers receive RFPs to review
Evaluations due from reviewers
AALS Investment Recommendation Meeting
Funding recommendations reviewed/approved by AALS Advisory Committee
Funding recommendations reviewed/approved by UWQC Executive Committee
Volunteers serving on the AALS Investment Committee, click here to review submissions and access our review panelist toolkit.
Got a project or program that needs a little help from our community? Tap into our network of volunteers by adding your project to the United Way Quad Cities Volunteer Hub. Post your volunteer opportunities, view current listings or register your organization to connect with dedicated volunteers in our community.
We believe being big into data can lead to big change. That’s why we keep an open communication channel with our funded partners to see how we can maximize our impact, together.
Reporting outcomes helps us sustainably move to create opportunity for everyone in the Quad Cities.
Agencies funded through the Community Impact Grant must submit two reports to demonstrate the impact of our investment:
We’re ready to help. Contact a Community Impact team member today.