Support 2-1-1

If you or someone you know needs help, dial 2-1-1 for free access to information and referrals to services that provide basic needs including food, clothing and shelter; legal services; drug treatment; employment support; childcare; eldercare and more. The confidential helpline, funded by United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region, is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is staffed by knowledgeable and caring call specialists who can communicate with callers in over 150 languages, as well as TTY for the hearing impaired.

Apply for a grant (2016-17)

Available Funding:
 


The 2016-2017 request for proposal process application process in the United Way focus areas of Education, Income, Health, and Crisis Intervention is now closed.


Holiday Helping Hand  application is now closed. Anticipated awards will be made in November 2016.  


Our funding priorities include:


• Educating parents on their child’s development and providing tools to reinforce age-appropriate behavior

Support 2-1-1

If you or someone you know needs help, dial 2-1-1 for free access to information and referrals to services that provide basic needs including food, clothing and shelter; legal services; drug treatment; employment support; childcare; eldercare and more. The confidential helpline, funded by United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region, is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is staffed by knowledgeable and caring call specialists who can communicate with callers in over 150 languages, as well as TTY for the hearing impaired.

Grants Portal

Applications for this year's Holiday Helping Hand grants (open to programs serving Dutchess County residents only) are now closed. If you have questions or concerns, please email ci-inbox@uwdor.org.

Click here to access Nonprofit Partner Resources, including downloadable United Way logos, photo releases, etc.

Apply for Community Fund Grant

Available Funding:
 


The 2016-2017 request for proposal process application process in the United Way focus areas of Education, Income, Health, and Crisis Intervention is now closed.


Holiday Helping Hand  application is now closed. Anticipated awards will be made in November 2016.  


Our funding priorities include:


• Educating parents on their child’s development and providing tools to reinforce age-appropriate behavior

Day of Sharing on December 8th provides basic necessities for local organizations serving clients-in-need

In a critical situation, a family fled to safety from domestic violence with no time to pack or bring basic necessities and found themselves having to start a new household from scratch. A client of the Center of Opening Doors for Families that serves the local Latino population in Wappingers Falls, the family now has basic household necessities, including kitchen supplies, mattress pads, curtains and sheets that the Center’s representative found for them at United Way’s Day of Sharing. 

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