Community Partners

Welcome to United Way’s webpage for Funded Community Partners. This page contains key information and links that will help you update us on the work you do that effectively addresses critical health and human services needs in Buncombe County. Thank you for the important work you do to create a stronger community for us all to live, work and raise our families.

Announcement: 2019-22 Request for Proposals Released 

The Board of Directors of United Way is pleased to announce the availability of grant funding for a three-year cycle beginning July 1, 2019. This is a competitive grant process focused on improving key outcomes in the areas of education, health and financial stability. 
Success in this application process will depend on an applicant’s ability to align with our community-level results, capture key annual measurable results and connect their work to reducing the impact of poverty. 


  • Up to 35 grants will be awarded to agencies that currently receive United Way grant funding
  • 3-year funding term
  • Funds are for core operational support of each recipient organization
  • Applicants can request up to 95% of FY 18-19 grant award
    • Those organizations that received less than $10,000 in FY 18-19 should request $10,000
  • An additional $1000 is available to each recipient organization to support the internal advancement of equity

Key Information for Partners

Grant Lifecycle Management (GLM)

  • You will need to log in with the email and password you used when submitting the application. If you have trouble with your email/password or if you would like for an account to be created for an additional staff person at your organization, please contact Sarah Roth.
  • For best results, use of Google Chrome is recommended (but not required) by the creators of this software.
  • Here are answers to some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the use of this software. 
  • Click HERE to log in to GLM.

If you have any questions, please contact us and we'll be happy to help:

Sarah RothCommunity Partnerships Manager 

Deborah Calhoun, Director of Community Partnerships