“Grinnell United Way advances the common good in Grinnell through our partner agencies, supported by our generous donors,” said board co-chair Rachael Kinnick. “Together, we use the key building blocks of education, health, and income to improve people’s lives by dealing with the underlying causes of problems. We call on the entire Grinnell community to help spread the word about applying for funding. We seek partners who will live united with us, becoming our partners in changing lives in Grinnell.”
Grinnell United Way is particularly interested in how organizations address education, health, and financial security for Grinnell residents. Any organization recognized under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) as tax exempt and provides services related to these focus areas to Grinnell individuals is eligible to receive funding from Grinnell United Way. Applications are due Saturday, June 1, 2019. To submit an application, visit www.grinnellunitedway.org.