1994 - 1994

UMC Logo Icon 201821 agencies receive grants from UMC: Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Mid-Coast Maine, Camden District Nursing Assn., Camden First Aid Assn., Camden Area YMCA, Camden Home for Senior Citizens, Camden Health Care Center, Coastal Workshops Inc., The Community School, Community Service Projects, Freedom Riders, Kno-Wal-Lin/Coastal Family Hospice, Knox County Abuse and Neglect Council, Literacy Volunteers, Methodist Conference Home (Meals On Wheels), Midcoast Children’s Services, Mid Coast Substance Abuse Council, New Hope For Women, Salvation Army, Tanglewood 4-H Camp, Toy Library Center, Youth Arts.


NHFW establishes Transitional Housing Program, with four units in Knox & Waldo counties.

Trekkers established as a 501.c3 nonprofit organization to address challenges of youth in the community who lack meaningful connections and mentors.

Waldo CAP’s Head Start building finished in Unity.

The Community School, now supporting 40 students, launches Passages Program to serve teen parents through a home-based, self-paced high school diploma program.