2022-2023 Partner Agencies
The United Way of the Eastern Panhandle (UWEP) Board of Directors has approved funding recommendations for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. Through grants from the Community Solutions Fund, United Way of the Eastern Panhandle will invest in 40 education, financial stability, health and basic needs programs at 34 agencies throughout the Eastern Panhandle.
Applications for funding were evaluated by an all-volunteer Grants Review Committee based on quality, alignment with United Way of the Eastern Panhandle's funding priorities and ability to demonstrate measurable results. The intent of the program is to address the root causes of issues and respond to local priority needs through research-based program selection. Outcome reports will be submitted to United Way at six and twelve months.
American Red Cross
Berkeley County BackPack Program
Berkeley County Meals on Wheels, Inc.
Berkeley Heights Elementary School
Berkeley Senior Services
BlackCat Music Cooperative
Boys and Girls Club of the Eastern Panhandle
CASA of the Eastern Panhandle, Inc.
CATALIST at the Berkeley Day Report Center
CCAP/Loaves & Fishes
Children First Child Development Center
Children's Home Society of West Virginia
Community Alternatives to Violence, Inc.
Community Networks, Inc.
Eagle School Elementary
Eastern Panhandle Deaf Alliances, Inc.
Eastern Panhandle Empowerment Center (EPEC)
Faith Community Coalition for the Homeless
Faith Feeding Freedom
Good Samaritan Free Health Care
Good Shepherd Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers
Horses with Hearts, Inc.
Junior Mentoring Programs
Mountaineer Community Health
Norborne Preschool & Day Care Center, Inc.
Panhandle Home Health, Inc.
Shepherdstown Day Care
Shenandoah Valley Medical System, Inc./ Morgan County Starting Points
Stars That Shine
The Martinsburg Initiative
Why give to the Community Solutions Fund?
Donor designations are separate from the Community Solutions Fund grant awards to agencies.