Collecting information and directing funds to nonprofit partners is an important part of United Way of the Mid-South’s work.
Agency partners are required to submit forms which show they meet or exceed United Way’s guidelines for agency accountability, and that their work produces positive results for the community in order to be eligible to receive funding from volunteer allocations committees.
Earlier this week, a group of nonprofit agency representatives met at United Way for a training session to understand the proper procedures for submitting reports and explaining the results of how funding from United Way is used in their efforts to impact the Mid-South.
The training session was hosted by United Way Community Impact staff members Nidia Logan, Orisha Bowers and Dee Fuller.
This year’s deadline for agencies to submit reports and funding renewal requests is Monday, April 16.