CAPACITY BUILDING GRANT

The Capacity Building Grant is designed for a project to be used for a non-profit or education system build their capacity to serve an emerging or growing need. This grant will be used only in Dodge County for programming that falls inside of UWDC’s stated pillars of impact (Education, Financial Stability, and Personal Safety and Well-Being). These grants will not be used to support operating or on-going expenses of organizations, to pay wages or salaries, to eliminate previously incurred deficits or expenses or for debt retirement, to establish or grow endowment funds, for religious or sectarian purposes, to individuals for personal purposes/expenses, or for lobbying, partisan political purpose or campaigns. Award recipients will receive funding in June 2021. The deadline to apply for this grant is March 31st.

APPLICATION IS CLOSED

UNIFYING GRANT

Unifying Grants are available for on-going support as well as project-based initiatives.  This grant will be used only in Dodge County for programming that falls inside of UWDC’s stated pillars of impact. These grants will not be used to eliminate previously incurred deficits or expenses or for debt retirement, to establish or grow endowment funds, for religious or sectarian purposes, to individuals for personal purposes/expenses, or for lobbying, partisan political purpose or campaigns. Maximum amount of grant is $5000.  Applications will be available in July 2021, and are due September 2021. Award recipients will receive funding in February 2022, with impact reporting due January 2023. 

APPLICATION OPENS IN JULY

GENERAUX GRANT

Generaux grants will be awarded to agencies who enter into a collaborative partnership with UWDC to execute global initiatives of UWDC.  Individual indicators will be required to measure impact.  This grant will be used only in Dodge County for programming that falls inside of UWDC’s stated pillars of impact.  These grants will not be used to eliminate previously incurred deficits or expenses or for debt retirement, to establish or grow endowment funds, for religious or sectarian purposes, to individuals for personal purposes/expenses, or for lobbying, partisan political purpose or campaigns.  Agencies receiving this funding will participate in quarterly cohort meetings to discuss emerging needs and progress on global initiatives and will be encouraged to foster cross-agency collaboration.  Applications will be available in April 2021, and due June 2021.  Award recipients will receive funding quarterly -- in February 2022, May 2022, August 2022, and November 2022. Impact reporting will be due February 2023.