Community Impact Grant
United Way of Northern California uses Community Impact Grants to invest local dollars into partner nonprofit organizations that address issues affecting our region.
The current Community Impact Grant cycle is closed. We are currently reviewing grant proposals for programs that align with our 2022 Community Impact goals to support the State’s efforts on Wildfire Mitigation and Drought Preparedness. Grantees will be announced in the near future.
For more information on Community Impact Grants, email Melody Proebstel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
North State Equity Fund
The North State Equity Fund (NSEF) is a collaboration between United Way of Northern California and North Valley Community Foundation. The fund supports efforts to promote racial justice, social equity, and deepen collaborations between organizations or emerging groups doing this important work in the North State. This fund is available to organizations or groups based in one or more of these nine counties: Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, or Trinity.
The current NSEF grant cycle is closed. Stay tuned for our next round of North State Equity Fund grants. For more information on the North State Equity Fund, email Melody Proebstel at email@example.com. Or, check out our YouTube channel where some of our grant recipients' stories are featured.
Project Homeless Connect
United Way of Northern California is pleased to help organize and fundraise for Project Homeless Connect’s Community Day of Service, an annual event that connects people experiencing homelessness with critical services like groceries and housing.
Pathways to Housing
United Way of Northern California has a fiscal sponsorship agreement with Pathways to Housing, an organization that raises and manages funds to supplement homeless citizens in the Redding area as they move off the streets. Pathways to Housing seeks to address a significant obstacle in helping those who are chronically homeless – ensuring funds are immediately available to help move individuals off the street at the same time those individuals are ready to change their circumstances.
Under this model, Pathways to Housing volunteers go into the field, develop relationships with homeless citizens and offer a temporary housing opportunity. Clients must agree to act as responsible tenants, pay toward monthly rent, accept and work closely with a case manager, and be placed on a waiting list for federally subsidized housing.