Annual Strategic Investment Grants

2023 Annual Strategic Investment Grants

United Way of Lebanon County provides pathways to education and financial stability that create better opportunities for everyone in our community. Our programs and investments are focused on three key areas that include family stability & financial mobility, youth success programs, and early childhood education initiatives. 

United Way of Lebanon County Focus Areas

Our goal is to provide a hand up to our neighbors in need to help improve economic self-dependence, financial mobility, and family stability.

United Way of Lebanon County will invest in the following collaborative areas:

  • Education & job training
  • Legal assistance 
  • Financial empowerment
  • Violence & abuse prevention
  • Food Assistance
  • Homelessness & affordable housing
  • Health & mental health

Our priority is to ensure equal access to educational opportunities, improve academic performance, and increase family security so that students can reach their full potential. 

United Way of Lebanon County will invest in the following collaborative areas:

  • Summer Learning
  • Mentorship
  • Comprehensive services to children and families

Our priority is to create a strong foundation, build resiliency, and strengthen family stability so that children can learn, grow and thrive, while reaching critical milestones. 

United Way of Lebanon County will invest in the following collaborative areas: 

  • Kindergarten readiness
  • Early learning and literacy programming
  • Affordable childcare
  • Child abuse prevention

Grants and project funding amounts will be awarded based upon the number of applications received that align with United Way of Lebanon County's areas of focus described above and funds sought.

United Way of Lebanon County welcomes creative and strategic solutions that seek to address the source of the complex challenges facing Lebanon County residents. 


Eligibility Requirements:

  • United Way of Lebanon County's Funding Eligibility Requirements.
  • Eligible projects must serve individuals in Lebanon County.
  • Applicants must either be a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization or a nonprofit organization as recognized by the IRS as such.
  • This grant opportunity is open to singular or collective nonprofit organizations whose proposals will serve residents of Lebanon County.

Applications Accepted Through Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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Funding Timeline

Application Period: January 3 - 31, 2023

Funding Decisions Expected: April 2023

Funding to Begin: June 2023