The 2022 United Way grant process is open to any tax
exempt 501(c)3 organization that provides programs
proven to impact one of the critical areas addressed in
the new program objectives listed below.
Click the link to download the Request for Proposals (RFP) with a due date of January 21, 2022. Click this link to download the New Applicant Eligibility Guidelines. For more information or questions, please contact Jennifer at the United Way office (434) 792-3700 ext. 106.
Read Dan River
The United Way of Danville-Pittsylvania County supports programs to get children reading on grade level by third grade.
Goals: United Way commits by 2024 1) to increase by 20% the number of students reading on grade level by third grade through increased services and accessibility of resources; 2) double the reading achievement rate for Black, Hispanic and mixed heritage students to close the racial gap.
Educate Dan River
The United Way of Danville-Pittsylvania County supports programs that remove barriers and help students graduate on-time from high school.
Goal: United Way commits by 2024 to decrease by 35% chronic absenteeism and school suspensions; and increase relationships with caring adults for middle school students in Danville and Pittsylvania County.
Get Healthy Dan River
The United Way of Danville-Pittsylvania County supports programs that provide services to all individuals to help them meet their basic needs and maintain health and wellness across their lifespan.
Goals: United Way commits by 2024 to 1) remove barriers to ensure vulnerable individuals have access to supports and services to address domestic violence and safe, stable and affordable housing; 2) increase access for aging adults to physical, medical and social support.
Work Dan River
The United Way of Danville-Pittsylvania County supports programs that connect individuals and families with critical resources and services essential being financially stable and able to provide a safe and healthy living environment for themselves and their families.
Goal: United Way commits by 2024 to increase the number of individuals and families connected with critical resources and services essential to self-sufficiency in Danville and Pittsylvania County.