Resource Investment Volunteers
Money raised in the United Way's annual campaign is immediately invested in programs that address community needs in education, income and health. Non-profits apply to become a United Way partner organization. Once they are approved, the organization applies for funding for program(s) within their agency. Resource Investment teams evaluate the programs and make funding recommendations to the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors approves the final dollar amount awarded to each program.
Throughout the course of this eight week process, volunteers donate more than 530 hours to ensure campaign dollars are invested wisely in successful programs that improve the quality of life in Adams County.
Volunteers are divided into three teams and evaluate programs within these three categories. We thank the following individuals for their service on our 2016 Resource Investment Teams:
Youth on Track
Families Living Well
Safety Net & Crisis Services
To learn more about United Way's Community Impact work, click here.