GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT UNITED WAY FUNDING
The United Way of Pitt County is currently conducting a Community Needs Assessment. Through this assessment, we will be gaining your thoughts and opinions to help navigate and tailor their funding to Pitt County's most important and serious community needs. Due to this survey, we will not be accepting Grant Applications until January 2020.
United Way’s Board of Directors is not accepting proposals at this time. Please review the following if you are interested in applying in the future.
- Programs seeking funding from United Way’s Community Fund should read the our list of community-level results, program-level results and indicators.
- United Way’s Application Process is entirely online. To learn how to navigate GLM (Grant Lifecycle Manger), review the online tutorial.
- Google Chrome is highly recommended because it offers spell check and navigates the online software the best. Download Google Chrome
Starting a Letter of Intent or Application
- Access the link to GLM to complete a Letter of Intent or Application.
- Organizations that wish to apply for United Way funding must be a 501 (c)3 organization.
- Programs that are offered funding must sign a contract.
- We work with approximately 25 volunteers to reveiw grants, and create community level goals and strategies to meet those goals.
If you have questions about our funding process please contact Dwain Cooper at 252-758-1604 ext. 210.
Community Impact Cabinet
Community Impact Cabinet Chair
Bobbie-Jo Grinder – Bricks for Kidz
Dr. Sharon Ballard (Chair)
Hutton Cobb (Co-Chair)
Kelly Andrews – Pitt County Development Commission (Chair)
Wayman Williams – Greenville Housing Authority (Chair)
James Rhodes – Pitt County Government (Co-Chair)