100% of Donated Funds to go to Meeting Additional Local Needs
United Way of Mid Coast Maine has created a special Fund to help initiatives and agencies meet the increased needs of local people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The COVID-19 Fund is being set up to match the needs of vulnerable people in Mid Coast Maine with the generosity of people who want to help others during this difficult time,” said Bill Brillant, United Way’s volunteer Board Chair. “United Way partner agencies and others are working hard to help people with food, child care, and other urgent needs, with limited resources.
“We encourage everyone who can to donate to the COVID-19 Fund. 100% of donations will go directly to the agencies and initiatives helping our neighbors.”
Everyone wishing to donate can click here to pay quickly by PayPal or credit card, or they can send a check to United Way of Mid Coast Maine, 34 Wing Farm Parkway, #201, Bath ME 04530.
The Fund will distribute monies as quickly as possible as donations are made, in a simple application process.
United Way thanks all the donors who have already given and all the people who will give. “We are so grateful to these donors, and to all who will donate to provide additional, needed help to our Mid Coast neighbors,” said Brillant. “We have a very generous community, and I’m sure that will be shown again in this crisis response.”
United Way of Mid Coast Maine’s mission is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of our communities. It serves residents of Brunswick and Harpswell, Sagadahoc and Lincoln Counties. Other United Ways around the state have also set up funds, which can be found on United Way of Maine’s website, unitedwaysofmaine.org.
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