Grayson County Alliance Director, Debbie Childress, makes her case for funding as she speaks to the Community Investment Team during the grant applicant question and answer session.
- 4 hours - Grant application training for nonprofits
- 35 hours - Average time spent developing each grant application by nonprofits
- 3 hours - Training for Community Investment Team volunteer grant reviewers
- 30 hours - Review of all applications by each CIT member
- 8 hours - Applicant Question & Answer session with CIT volunteers.
- 12 hours - CIT deliberations and discussion
- 1 hour - Funding recommendations reviewed by UWCK Board of Directors
Click here to learn more about our Community Impact Grants and allocations process for nonprofits.
Meet our 2019 Community Investment Team Volunteers
Chad Sarver – CIT Chair, Altec Inc.
Ray Springsteen, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union
Scott Conway, Magnolia Bank
Brian Kerr, Kerr Workplace Solutions
Greg Rovinski, Hardin Memorial Health
Sherry Powers, Bluegrass Cellular
David Fegett, Elizabethtown Police
Henry Alston, Ret. Fort Knox
Steve Phillips, Swope Family of Dealerships
Mary Young, The Cecilian Bank
Steve White, Hardin Memorial Health
Daniel London, Hardin County Government
CJ Quick, Brighter Futures Counseling
Alan Alsip, AGC
Brett Barnes, Metalsa
Donnie Board, Tender Touch
Alfreda Weedman, Community Representative
Bill Oldham, Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center
Teresa McMahan, Lonneman & McMahan
Bill Corum, Meade Co. Economic Dev.
Tracy Schiller, Retired Chief of Police
Rob Scherff, Akebono
Trena Floyd, WesBanco