We can help you build healthier communities.
At UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, we share a common goal with you: to build healthier communities and improve the lives of people in those communities.
We recognize that the work you do is important. It is our mission to provide the support you need to design impactful community programs, seek and apply for grant funding, and continue making a real difference. Through our free trainings, grant guides, and support materials, our Community Grants Program can help make your programs more effective and funding efforts more productive.
“This training filled a need that was out there in the Buffalo community. Many [Buffalo] organizations now have a shot at grants that they wouldn't have had a chance at before this training.” John S., Buffalo, NY (March 2017 training participant)
“Thank you very much for this webinar! This is by far one of the best and most helpful Grant webinars I have attended.” Alexandra M., Scottsdale, AZ (February 2017 training participant)
Each of our trainings is led by a non-profit management expert whose experience as a grant writer, reviewer, and development director allows for unique insight into grant writing at the state, local, and national level. We also leverage real-life proposal examples to demonstrate what successful program design, evaluation, and funding look like. Trainings are held the second Wednesday of every month. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or use our registration form above to sign up!
Grant Writing 101
During this training, you’ll learn grant writing tips and gain unique insight to what funders are looking for when reviewing proposals. We’ll also help you identify what funding your organization needs and what do once a funding decision has been made. This training is held the second Wednesday of every month from 11 AM-12 PM CST.
Grant Writing 201
During this training, we’ll take you deeper by elaborating on the core elements of a strong proposal—including using quantitative and qualitative data to create a more compelling program description, needs assessment, and program evaluation. This training is held the second Wednesday of every month from 12:30-1:30 PM CST.
Training Schedule (PDF 406.14 KB)
Our monthly Grant Guide features dozens of federal, state, and foundation grant opportunities. Opportunities cover a variety of high-priority health issues including behavioral health, housing solutions, adolescent support, and many more. Email email@example.com or use our registration form above to sign up!
"Thank you for the inspiring presentation. The information answered some of our most challenging questions. The examples provided,
along with the key fixes, will definitely ease the exacting process of grant writing."
Jo Long, New Day Foundation for Families, Rochester, Michigan