APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2017-2018 REPs ARE NOW CLOSED
The 2017-18 request for proposal applications open on February 1st with applications due by March 17 at 5pm. No late or incomplete proposals will be accepted.
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UWDOR issues this RFP as a part of an indelible commitment to achieve the goal of improving the condition of our neighbors affected by poverty and limited resources. UWDOR targets our education investment on strategies that support educational attainment of our community’s youth. We aim to improve educational outcomes for our children living in Dutchess and Orange counties by supporting children from birth through age 8 in order to ensure they are on a path to lifelong learning and success.
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UWDOR issues this RFP as a part of a long-term commitment to achieve the goal of improving the condition of our neighbors affected by poverty and limited resources. UWDOR targets our income investment on strategies that will lead families currently struggling to meet their basic needs to financial independence. We aim to improve economic conditions for individuals and families living in Dutchess and Orange counties by assisting individuals with by reducing barriers to, and improving, financial literacy.
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UWDOR issues this RFP as a part of our commitment to achieve the goal of improving the condition of our neighbors affected by poverty and limited resources. UWDOR targets our health investment on strategies that will ultimately reduce childhood obesity and the detrimental effects of engaging in risky behaviors such as substance abuse, violence, and bullying. We aim to improve health outcomes for our children and families living in Dutchess and Orange counties by increasing providing education about healthy decision making.
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UWDOR issues this RFP to address the diverse needs of the vulnerable veterans population. We have identified barriers to housing assistance, legal assistance and employment-related training and education to be paramount. We seek applications that focus on promoting stability for veterans among these three categories. Our community benefits when veterans have access to these vital services. Community level outcomes include increased access to housing and pro bono legal services as well as greater attainment of professional training.
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United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region will host a mandatory Informational Session regarding our upcoming Request for Proposals (RFP) on Tuesday, February 21, 2017. (Please note that due to impeding weather, this meeting was rescheduled to February 21st from February 9th.) Our Community Impact Committee has scheduled this meeting to respond to questions and concerns regarding our process and timeline. Meeting information is as follows:
City of Newburgh Activity Center
401 Washington Street, Newburgh, NY 12561
February 21, 2017
9:30 am – 11:00 am
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Preregistration is required.
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Due to technical difficulties, we are offering an additional webinar on March 1 at 3pm that will provide information on Technical Guidance, "How to Apply." Join us from the comfort your own office as UWDOR Community Impact staff walk you through how to apply via the online grant portal. Details below:
Please register for United Way Webinar - How To Apply on Mar 1, 2017 3:00 PM EST at:
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Given the number of anticipated applicants, United Way requests that all further questions be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.