Building effective, local nonprofits.
Increasing the Impact of Local Nonprofits
This year, $600,000 will help a select portfolio of strong, local nonprofit partners to better meet their mission, thanks to local United Way donors.
How Can You Help?
If you are interested in volunteering with any of our Community Impact Partners, please click on their logo below to be directed to their volunteer opportunities.
Introduce IEUW to your employer, community group, or church to form a partnership to help better our community.
Every tax-deductible donation makes a real difference for people in our community.
Community Impact Partners
We’ve screened and developed a trusted network of compassionate problem solvers, so that your single donation to the Community Impact Fund powers our community’s best nonprofit services – bringing hope to the abused, unemployed, hungry, and homeless.
IEUW & Our Nonprofit Partners Work Well Together!
Inland Empire United Way and its Community Impact Partners provided programs that accomplished the following outcomes in our community:
Inland Empire United Way is seeking proposals for its 2018-19 Community Impact Grants for the Desert Communities region. Click the button links below to download the grant application and RFP, including 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 21 2:30 – 4:00 p.m.
Thursday, March 22 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Apple Valley Chamber of Commerce
16010 Apple Valley Rd.
Apple Valley, CA 92307
Building the Capacity of Nonprofits:
Inland Empire United Way is pleased to provide ieCapaciteria.org, 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.