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The lives we touch: together we help make life better.

Learn more about how donations to UMC impact the lives of 1 in 3 residents of Knox and Waldo counties through UMC’s grants supporting the work of 50+ nonprofit agencies.

Neal – Trekkers

Rebecca – Parent Program

Giff – Restorative Justice Project

Ray – MCH Meals on Wheels

2018 Grants Results

Together, we provided:

  • 20,600 nutritious meals to food-insecure people in Waldo County
  • 20,000 nutritious meals to food-insecure people in Knox County
  • Comprehensive reproductive health care to 519 low-income, uninsured, and underinsured Maine people
  • 4,000 hours of bereavement and end of life support to 139 people and their families
  • Screenings for more than 150 new parents for intimate partner violence and trainings for 180 new families on safe sleep practices for their infant
  • Financial assistance so that 80 children from 18 towns in Waldo County can access high-quality care while their families work
  • 236 seniors in need with hot, nutritious meals in their home
  • Restorative justice services and education to help 198 people retain or recover employability
  • Free after school and summer programs with free transportation, supportive adult relationships, and nutritious meals for 450 children
  • In-home nursing services to help 226 low-to-moderate income seniors remain safely at home
  • A free university course to 21 local adult students
  • Direct service to 656 people affected by domestic violence
  • Assistance for 668 clients experiencing homelessness to transition¬†into safe affordable housing
  • Mental health support to 250 residents of Knox County
  • 19 teen parents with help to move toward High School completion and employ-ability
  • Health screening, medication management, and education to over 800 community members
  • Basic needs supplies for 260 people
  • Insulating window inserts to 60 households
  • Job readiness, career planning and support for 120 local High School students
  • Free supplemental heating fuel for 160 low income families in need
  • Palliative in-home care for 6 medically fragile children and 51 adults with end-stage chronic conditions
  • Free or low-cost dental care to resolve pain, infection, and oral disease in 812 uninsured adults