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United Way looking to help other groups that are making a difference

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The United Way of the Brazos Valley is looking to help other groups in the community that are making a difference.

The organization has now released a letter of intent process.  It’s the first step in the upcoming 2018-2020 community impact grant process.

“In our commitment to advance education, financial stability, and health in the Brazos Valley, we find, fund, and partner with the most effective local organizations to achieve lasting change on significant community issues,” Alison Prince, President and CEO at United Way of the Brazos Valley, said. 

“Eligible organizations are invited to complete the letter of intent forms for programs that support the community’s five-year goals and strategies.”

Those goals include:

  • Preparing children, youth, and young adults for career achievement through educational success.
  • Empowering individuals and families towards financial stability.
  • Maximizing health and well-being across the Brazos Valley.

United Way of the Brazos Valley encourages organizations to consider participating in the process by reviewing the letter of intent information listed online at www.uwbv.org.

The letter of intent opens on Oct. 13 and will close on Nov. 13 at 5 pm Central time.

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