Starting March 1, nonprofit organizations providing the basic needs of food, housing, health and safety, and economic security to residents in Knox and Waldo counties can apply for a 2023 grant from United Midcoast Charities (UMC). The application is the first step in a rigorous months-long review process by the UMC Grants Committee and Board of Directors.
“We’re looking forward to our annual cycle of grantmaking,” said Grants Committee Chair Jim Hengerer, in a news release. “The process engages our entire Board and includes extensive interviews and onsite visits. The results make a huge difference for thousands of our friends and neighbors in need here in the Midcoast.”
The annual grants application process closes March 31 this year. To apply, visit the website at: https://unitedmidcoastcharities.org/apply/.
About United Midcoast Charities
United Midcoast Charities, founded in 1942, is a 501c3 community-supported nonprofit whose mission is to energize Midcoast Maine nonprofit agencies through finance and guidance, supporting a network of resources stronger than any single organization. UMC’s primary areas of focus are food, housing, health & safety, and economic security. UMC has awarded $3.5 million to more than 50 agencies in the last five years as part of its community-led competitive grants program. For more information, visit www.unitedmidcoastcharities.org.
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