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Greater Gallatin United Way's policies and procedures embody best practices and are updated regularly. Our organization conforms to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Our board reviews full financial statements quarterly. 4-years in a row, GGUW has been recognized for its strong governance and fiscal operations by Charity Navigator as a “Four Star Charity.”
- 4-star evaluation from Charity Navigator for 4-years running.
- The kidsLINK Afterschool initiative is the largest out of school time provider in the state of Montana.
- The Montana Project LAUNCH Initiative (MT-PLI) is a $800,000, per year, 5 year federa SAMSHA grant received by Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) in September 2014. Learn more.
- Recognized by United Way Worldwide as a small market United Way that has demonstrated skill and expertise in meeting the UWW Stands of Excellence.
- One of 20 United Way communities in the nation chosen to be included in an AT&T funded project at Harvard Graduate School of Education based on the strength of our school partnerships.
- Board and staff are currently revising GGUW's Strategic Plan with goal of publishing Fall of 2017.
Code of Ethics:
- IRS 990 2013, No Schedule B
- IRS 990 2014, No Schedule B
- IRS 990 2015, No Schedule B
- IRS 990 2016, No Schedule B
- IRS 990 2017, No Schedule B
Audited Financial Statements:
- Audited Financial Statements 6-30-13
- Audited Financial Statements 6-30-14
- Audited Financial Statements 6-30-15
- Audited Financial Statements 6-30-16
- Audited Financial Statements 6-30-17
- Annual Report 2013
- Annual Report 2014
- Annual Report 2015 (Abbreviated)
- Annual Report 2015 and 2016
- Annual Report 2017
United Way Worldwide Annual Reports: