Welcome to United Way of Central New York’s comprehensive agency support page. This page is intended to offer both United Way agencies and all other human service agencies in Onondaga County the most up-to-date information on available grants, training opportunities and community investments, as well as a variety of tools that we hope will help make your job easier.
As always, we value your input. If you have any questions or concerns about information on this page or just want to give your feedback, please call us at 315-428-2211.
|MONITORING REQUIREMENTS AND TOOLS|
United Way of Central New York provides stewardship of community charitable investments by strategically investing donor gifts to have a positive impact on local human-care conditions. The primary means of investing these gifts is through our Community Program Fund. Programs supported through this fund constitute an array of broad-based services that serve people from various economic and geographic sectors. It gives priority to programs that serve low-income, at-risk families and individuals. Learn more.
|PATRIOT ACT COMPLIANCE|
As you may be aware, the United States government has established anti-terrorism security standards for non-profit organizations. In accordance with these statutes, funding organizations such as United Way of Central New York must ask the organizations that receive funding from us to annually certify in writing that they are in compliance with the US Patriot Act and other counter-terrorism laws.
This form should be completed by the senior executive or Board Chair of your organization.
Receipt of your completed statement will help to ensure that payments to your organization in the coming year will be processed as smoothly as possible. Thank you for your assistance with this matter.
For additional resources regarding Patriot Act Compliance, visit the Department of Treasury.
|LOGOS AND GRAPHICS|
In this section you will find our logo in various formats. Please read the format descriptions to find the version that best fits your needs. See all.