Twelve local nonprofits that positively impact the lives of community members
throughout Latah County were selected to receive community grant funding in 2024.
Nonprofit agencies selected align with United Way’s education, health, and financial
stability goals; its focus on reaching the ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained,
Employed) population; and aiding community collaboration.
The Community Care Fund is funded by voluntary workplace payroll contributions and
donations, community fundraising events, and individual contributions.
2024 Community Care Fund grant recipients:

Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse
Circles of Caring Adult Day Health Foundation
Friendly Neighbors Senior Citizens, Inc
Inland Oasis
Latah Recovery Community Center
Moscow Mentor Program
Palouse Habitat for Humanity
Palouse Pathways
Second Judicial District CASA Program
Sojourners Alliance
The Idaho Foodbank
Willow Center for Grieving Children