Kindergarten ready. Graduation. Financial stability.
We are helping children, families, and individuals learn and grow, make smart decisions, and find stability in life by supporting programs that focus on early childhood development, positive youth development, and economic prosperity.
Learn more about our three areas of focus and the programs you help support.
Berkshire United Way has a new online system for managing its resource investment process annually.
Through e-CImpact, community partners will submit applications, and provide reports and accountability documents. Volunteers who participate on the Community Investment Review Teams and other funding review committees will also have electronic access to community partner and program information to assist in their decision making.
Community Partner Grant Application Process
** THE GRANT PROCESS IS CURRENTLY CLOSED **
Berkshire United Way staff and volunteers review applications to provide funding recommendations to the board for approval.
Current funding supports the general operation of our partner agencies. BUW grants are not restricted to specific programs, but can provide funding for organizations working within our three focus areas (early childhood development, positive youth development, and economic prosperity).
2021-2022 Impact Report
In 2021-2022, Berkshire United Way had an impact on the lives of 17,745 people in Berkshire County thanks to our donors, partners, and volunteers.
We also respond and react to specific issues in the Berkshires based on county data.
Berkshire Benchmarks, a Berkshire United Way funded program, provides real-time data to make sure your support does the most it can, where it’s needed most in Berkshire County.
See the current accomplishments and challenges in the 2021 Berkshire Benchmarks Community Report.
For more information, contact Mark Maloy.