2019 - 2019

United Midcoast Charities receives “Gold Seal of Transparency” from GuideStar, a leading source of information about nonprofit organizations. Introduces “Learn With UMC” capacity-building workshops and resources to its services for area nonprofit organizations.


Area Interfaith Outreach Food and Energy Assistance (AIO) launches new building capital campaign: “More Food. More Often.” AIO’s two core programs—Food Assistance and Energy Assistance—ensure that Knox County residents who are food or energy insecure receive the support they need.

Knox County Homeless Coalition Executive Director Stephanie Primm appointed Chair of Statewide Homeless Council by Governor Janet Mills. KCHC envisions a supportive community within which all families and individuals have the opportunity for housing and a sustainable productive life.

Waldo Community Action Partners (Waldo CAP) adds Community & Resource Advocacy Services, designed to ensure a successful pathway toward permanent economic security for all its program participants.

Midcoast Habitat for Humanity begins construction at Philbrick Commons, a 12-house neighborhood in Rockland.