The process of recommending distrubution of United Way Campaign Funds
Every spring, community volunteers with a variety of backgrounds participate in the United Way Fund Allocation Process. Fund Allocation volunteers examine United Way partner agency operations, programs and finances and then recommend how much money should be allocated to each agency the following year. Funding recommendations are presented to the United Way Board of Directors for review and final approval. The work of volunteers ensures that donor dollars are used to achieve the greatest impact in the areas of health, education, financial stability and basic needs -- and that United Way of Central Missouri is accountable to its donors.
Volunteers are placed on one of six review panels, and each panel typically reviews 4-5 United Way partner agencies or initiatives. The volunteers dedicate 10-15 hours over five weeks from late February to the first week in April, meeting once each week. Last year, over 70 volunteers participated in the United Way Fund Allocation Process.
If you are interested in participating on a Fund Allocation panel, or have questions regarding the Online Grant Management System or the Fund Allocation process, please contact Theresa Verslues at 573-636-4100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fund Allocation Agency Information
The 2021 United Way of Central Missouri Fund Allocation Application is due February 14, 2020. Remember to check over your application and ensure attachments are correct prior to submission of application. Agency presentations and the post meetings are held at the United Way office.
Fund Allocation Panel Member Information
Fund Allocation panel members will start meeting the week of February 24 and meet through April 3, 2020. Panel members will meet 5 times. Agency applications will be available online for review starting February 17, 2020. All Fund Allocation meetings are held at the United Way office.
>2020 Fund Allocation Schedule
Panel members should allow 2 hours for each meeting.
*Remember to enter comments, questions and recommendations in the Reviewer Scorecard.