Washtenaw Coordinated Funding seeks to improve the way local funders and health & human service agencies work together to meet the needs of our community’s most vulnerable residents.
AAACF partners with five other local funders in Coordinated Funding: United Way of Washtenaw County, St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor, and Office of Community and Economic Development, which represents the City of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, and the Washtenaw Urban County.
Addressing Strategic Priorities
Coordinated Funding annually awards $4.5-5 million in grants through a joint decision-making process. This funding supports over 50 local health & human service organizations. We use shared outcomes and strategies to achieve measurable goals in four priority areas:
- Cradle to Career
- Housing & Homelessness
- Safety Net Health and Nutrition