We’re in full swing here at UWMM! Our Campaign Cabinet, made up of community champions from the business and non-profit world,is excited to do its part this year!
They know some in our community need help, some face life challenges most of us couldn’t imagine and need support from all of us.
The cabinet is ready but…we need YOUR help! We need you to donate, we need you to advocate for us, and we need you to volunteer when you can.
Collectively, we can improve the lives of so many. Last year, we helped 35,000 people in our community! We want to help even more this year with your help.
Please consider donating to United Way of Mid-Maine.
Every $1 received is turned into $2 of community support!
Join us for the 2nd annual Mad Hatter Gala & Auction!
Thursday, December 14th 5:30-9:00pm at T&B's Celebration Center, Waterville
Dinner and fun, award presentations, silent and live auctions, and more!
Dressing in theme is highly encouraged but a funky hat will do! View our Pinterest board for costume ideas.
$50 per person or $360 per table of 8 guests. Tickets available here or by calling 207-873-0686.
All proceeds to benefit our Mid-Maine community through United Way of Mid-Maine's funded programs and initiatives.
Thank you to our sponsor:
We are the hand-raisers, the game-changers, the stop-talking-start-doing-band-together-and-take-on-the-impossible powerhouses.
United, we face food insecurity and homelessness.
United, we stand up for every person's right to be informed and independent.
United, we endeavor to ensure all children reach their fullest potential.
No matter the obstacles, no matter the odds, we identify our community’s most critical problems, we find the solutions, and we take action. At United Way of Mid-Maine, we strive for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in Somerset, Northern Kennebec, and Western Waldo Counties. Our partners include community leaders, businesses, schools, local and state officials, religious organizations, other nonprofits, and others.
Change doesn’t happen alone. Hope isn’t a one-man band. And there’s no such thing as self-taught or self-made.