In our fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in the Brazos Valley, United Way partners with more than 100 companies to raise funds to invest in programs creating measurable change throughout our community.
Through a rigorous grant process every two years, local nonprofit organizations apply to join forces with United Way of the Brazos Valley to address specific areas of this combined fight. We call these organizations Partner Agencies. With our Partner Agencies, we create a network of nonprofits, independently operating yet fighting together to address our community’s biggest issues. Together, we believe we achieve greater impacts than working alone.
For this reason, United Way of the Brazos Valley encourages support to our general Community Campaign fund which supports our network of Partner Agencies and only allows limited designation of funds.
Corporate donors giving $5,000 or more per year and individual donors giving $240 or more per year may designate up to 50% of the gift to a specific United Way funded partner that will be honored as “separate stream” designation and will be passed on to the United Way funded partner without any administrative cost. The designations will not be paid until the next Fiscal Year and Community Impact Grant cycle.
2021-2023 Community Impact Grant Partner Agencies
Adult & Teen Challenge of Texas | Aggieland Pregnancy Outreach | American Red Cross – Heart of Texas Chapter | Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Brazos Valley | Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living | Brazos Valley Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse | Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center | Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity | Catholic Charities of Central Texas | Family Promise of Bryan-College Station | Grimes Health Resource Center | Health for All | Madison Health Resource Center | NAMI Brazos Valley | North Bryan Community Center | OnRamp | Project Unity | Scotty’s House Child Advocacy Center | Sexual Assault Resource Center | Son-Shine Outreach Center | SOS Ministries | Texas Ramp Project | The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley | The Prenatal Clinic | The Salvation Army | Twin City Mission
State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) Designations
United Way of the Brazos Valley operates at the Local Campaign Manager for our region’s SECC. As per the regulations on SECC, 100% of financial gifts must designated to a specific SECC approved charity as defined by Texas State Law and UWBV’s agreement with the State Campaign Manager.