United Way seeking public input to guide impact strategy
The United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley (UWNSV) is inviting the community to participate in community forums to guide their impact strategy. These forums are part of drafting the 2020-2023 Community Needs Assessment and are designed to give community members, leaders and agencies an opportunity to evaluate data and provide valuable feedback.
A Community Needs Assessment is conducted every three years. The 2020-2023 assessment will continue to help shape UWNSV’s community impact strategy that will not only guide future impact grant giving, but will outline the potential for long term collective impact projects. The purpose of the needs assessment is to periodically review and re-evaluate UWNSV priorities for investment under education, financial stability and health impact areas using data about needs and gap analysis. Each year the assessment has included valuable data in identifying needs in the community.
RSVP is required for each forum. Attendees will be sent draft data files prior to the forum, as well as have communication information in the event of inclement weather.
The forum for Shenandoah and Page county is scheduled for Feb. 10. RSVP here.
The forum for Winchester, Frederick and Clarke county is scheduled for Feb. 11. RSVP here.
The Front Royal/Warren County forum will be Feb. 18. RSVP by emailing Steven Schetrom at steven@FrontRoyalUnitedWay.org
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