Community Partnerships Model

With the growing problems facing our community in recent years, people like you told the United Way that you want to see a greater impact from your contributions. In response, in 1997 United Way launched an exciting new plan called the Community Partnerships Model.

It is definitely not "business as usual" at United Way these days. Today United Way is:

  • Focusing the funding on measurable outcomes to achieve greater impact.

  • Tracking program results on a more strategic level -- not just how many people were served, but what difference was made because they were served.

  • Collaborating with the entire human service system to tackle the tough problems and try to prevent them before they happen.

The bottom line is that United Way and the agencies are working together more closely than ever for greater results.

In 1999 and 2000, United Way is funding programs that can demonstrate measurable results that address the following Outcome Areas. They are not just United Ways outcomes. They are the communitys outcomes ¾ developed along with key players from local government, education, healthcare, and other social services.


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