The United Way of Southeastern Idaho annually invests in programs and initiatives in SE Idaho which improve our region's financial stability, health, and education.
Our mission is to build powerful partnerships that improve the outcomes for children, families, and individuals in need. One way United Way of Southeastern Idaho accomplishes this mission is through investing in promising programs and initiatives in our local community that meet health, education and financial stability needs.
Aligned Investments are focused on partnerships that move collective impact goals and strategies forward in all of our impact areas. These partnerships often in cross sector partners working towards a common goal.
Our Community Investment Process unites donations from the community to be locally invested in our 7 southeastern counties through annual grants to local nonprofits and initiatives.
Find out more about our traditional Community Investment Grant Process and how to apply HERE.
See List of 2020–2021 Community Investments
UWSEI's Emergency Relief Fund is designed to address emergent community needs such as natural disasters.
The Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) is governed by a National Board chaired by FEMA. UWSEI administers the EFSP program for Bannock County. Find out more about EFSP and how to apply HERE.