You will be notified of your scheduled time after the United Way receives your application.
Each agency is allotted 15-minutes to present their request. The first 10 minutes, the agency will discuss the direct impact their organization has on the quality of life for people living in Pullman and Whitman County (number of people served and how that creates long-term positive outcomes). The remaining 5-minutes, the Committee will conduct a question & answer session to develop a broader understanding of the activities of your organization. If you'd like to use PowerPoint, please let us know when you submit your application.
We are excited to learn about the great work you are doing in Pullman and Whitman County. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the United Way office at 509-332-3691 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 Application Guidance
Mission Statement: United Way of Pullman is a non-profit organization supporting a network of social service, youth and health agencies across the Palouse. We are helping people who live and work in Pullman and Whitman County.United Way of Pullman believes people are connected and interdependent. When we reach one, we influence all. Through our role as convener, facilitator and advocate, our goal is to create long lasting change by addressing the underlying causes of problems. United Way of Pullman gives to programs that specifically address:
Health: physical, mental, dental and lifestyle health; attention on prevention or systems change; healthy behaviors to improve outcomes.
Education: support early childhood education, school age, middle and high school youth as well as continuing education for adults; promote learning concepts for parents and high-risk youth.
Financial Stability: address Asset Limited Income Constrained Employed (ALICE) families; increase financial stability and independence; provide a living wage for organization staff.
United Way of Pullman supports a network of social service, youth and health agencies across Pullman, Whitman County and the Palouse.