Kay Clint Fund
The United Way's Kay Clint Fund provides one time start-up funding for new and innovative programs that address emerging problems in our community.
History of the Kay Clint Fund
In 1963 the United Way established a special program to stimulate new, creative, or experimental programs to address unmet or emerging social needs. In 1989 this program was renamed to honor the United Way's Executive Director, Kay Clint, who served our community from 1974 to 1988.
The Kay Clint Fund is separate and distinct from the United Way's annual campaign. It offers an alternative opportunity to interested donors who wish to contribute to future needs of the community through a capital fund donation. Click here
to view the Mission and Guidlines for funding. The fund consists of a general fund, which combines gifts from various donors, and a designated fund, which honors specific areas of interest for donors of gifts over $1,000
Apply for Funding
Applications are accepted throughout the year. Please complete and return the Application Form to
the United Way of Washington County-East office, attention Jean Berry.