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United Way Impact Grants – Additional information session and office hours

Good afternoon community partners,

We had an excellent session earlier this week to roll out our Grant Strategies for the 2023/24 grant cycle, and have met with so much enthusiasm that we have needed to add extra opportunities to connect with United Way.

Information sessions
We have increased our capacity for July 6th's session, and have also added a session on July 7th at 1pm. You can use the following links to register:

July 6th:

July 7th:

We will also be recording the sessions and will make them available on our website after July 6th

Office hours
Due to the high demand for office hours, we have added additional sessions. You can sign up for those sessions  here.

Office hours are intended to review strategy questions that are specific to your agency. It is expected that prior to office hours, you will have reviewed our grant guidelines, frequently asked questions, and attended/watched our grant making preview session. If you have a brief question, feel free to email the for a faster response.

Grant information

All the information on our grant process, including the guidelines, frequently asked questions, sign up for office hours, registration for preview sessions as well as copies of our application and guide can be found on our website:

Thank you

Community Impact I United Way of Metro Chicago I

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