Our Partnership FAQs page answers your questions about general membership, eligibility, partnering with the United Way of the National Capital Area & more.
You may use a post office box for your mailing address, but you must also provide the physical street address for your organization. Very rarely, organizations with real security concerns may be accepted without releasing their physical street address. An example of this might be a shelter housing victims of domestic violence.
If your organization’s revenue is $250,000 or greater, you must provide audited financial statements for a fiscal year ending not more than 18 months prior to January of the campaign year you are applying for (ex. For campaign year 2022-2023, it would need to be for 18 months prior to January 2022, June 30, 2020). The audit must express an unqualified opinion and must be conducted by an independent Certified Public Accountant in accordance with Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS). Cash basis, cash modified, or modified accrual basis of accounting are unacceptable. Compilations and/or reviews are unacceptable. Combined consolidated financial statements are not accepted unless the applicant’s financial information is reflected in a stand-alone audited financial statement or consolidating schedule. If your organization’s revenue is between $100,000 and $250,000 annually the organization must provide audited or reviewed financial statements for the organization covering the fiscal year ending not more than 18 months prior to January of the campaign year you are applying for.
Nonprofit partners can access check payout reports, donor lists and payment process information through United Way NCA’s secure Partner Portal. Your organization’s log-in credentials are sent to the person designated as the primary contact on your partnership application. If you need assistance accessing the Partner Portal, please call (703) 549-4448 or email email@example.com. (United Way NCA can only make donor lists available based on what is received from HR and payroll offices.)
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