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Opportunities for Nonprofit Organizations

A Community United - Working Together Towards A Common Goal

Inland Empire United Way is pleased to partner with a network of strong local non-profit organizations that share our commitment to strengthening the lives of those in the Inland Empire by focusing on the areas of Education, Health and Financial Stability.

Funds are provided on a competitive basis for programs providing results-oriented services to persons residing in Inland Empire United Way’s service area zip codes only, and grants are reviewed on an annual basis.


Inland Empire United Way’s funding to Community Impact Partners is determined by an independent group of community volunteers following a formal request for proposal (RFP) process with specific timelines and identified outcome areas.

Recommendations made by the Community Impact Advisory Council for program funding are then approved by the Inland Empire United Way Board of Directors. All programs are monitored throughout the funding year to ensure they produce positive, measurable results.

Community Impact Grants

For organizations serving the Pomona Valley region of Los Angeles County, West End of San Bernardino County (through Fontana), and East Valley in San Bernardino County:


Inland Empire United Way is seeking proposals for its 2017-18 Community Impact Grants for the Pomona Valley, Western San Bernardino County, and Eastern San Bernardino County region.

Please click on the grant application and RFP below for information about eligibility, funding priorities and requirements.

A mandatory Information Session will be held for all interested program representatives.  Programs not represented at the meeting will not be eligible to apply for a grant.  Attendance is required at one of the following sessions:

  • Wednesday, March 22                  8:30 – 10:30 a.m.
  • Thursday, March 23                      3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Meeting location:
Inland Empire United Way
9624 Hermosa Ave
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730


Currently Funded Programs

Inland Empire United Way aims to positively impact the lives of children and families in need by addressing short- term basic needs and investing in the futures of at-risk children and their families.

List of Currently Funded Agencies


Building the Capacity of Nonprofits

Inland Empire United Way is also pleased to provide, a centralized hub of capacity building resources for nonprofit organizations within the Inland Empire. ieCapaciteria is the Inland Empire’s Nonprofit Resource Directory, connecting professionals to training, jobs, consultants and resources to strengthen San Bernardino and Riverside County nonprofits.

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