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UNITED WAY OF GREATER PORTLAND ANNOUNCES 2020 CAMPAIGN RESULTS AND MELISSA SMITH AS INCOMING CAMPAIGN CHAIR

In a COVID impacted year, Mainers rally together to support our most vulnerable with an increase in giving.  (Portland, ME – March 3, 2021) – At its virtual Annual Campaign Celebration on January 26, United Way of Greater Portland staff and volunteers… Read More

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UNITED WAY OF GREATER PORTLAND ANNOUNCES RACIAL EQUITY FUND INVESTMENTS

UNITED WAY OF GREATER PORTLAND ANNOUNCES RACIAL EQUITY FUND INVESTMENTS   Portland, ME – February 16, 2021) United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) announced funding recipients from the newly established Racial Equity Fund totaling $239,173.  Launched thanks to founding support from IDEXX, and supported by additional partners BerryDunn, Gorham Savings Bank, Hannaford, KeyBank, and… Read More

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UNITED WAY OF GREATER PORTLAND ANNOUNCED RACIAL EQUITY FUND

United Way of Greater Portland announced it has established a Racial Equity Fund. With funding from lead founders, this initiative supports the work of local nonprofits led by and serving people of color in our community, while advancing the work at the heart of the community-developed Thrive2027 initiative.

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United Way Announces Fiscal Year 2021 Community Investments Of $7,097,671

(Portland, ME) United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) announced its Fiscal Year 2021 community investments of $7,097,671. UWGP has awarded $3,940,854 in strategic investment grants to 61 community programs at 45 local nonprofits, including 7 new programs and… Read More

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United Way of Greater Portland Announces Racial Equity Fund

UNITED WAY OF GREATER PORTLAND ANNOUNCED RACIAL EQUITY FUND United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) announced it has established a Racial Equity Fund. With funding from lead founding partner, IDEXX, and other partners BerryDunn, Gorham Savings Bank, Hannaford,… Read More

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United Way of Greater Portland announces a total of $710,967 invested in COVID-19 Relief and Recovery efforts with third round of grants

(Portland, ME – July 2, 2020) United Way of Greater Portland announced today it has awarded $222,655 in the third round of grants from the Greater Portland COVID-19 Community Relief Fund, bringing the total amount invested to support… Read More

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Brick & Beam Society Announces Summer STEM Investments

United Way of Greater Portland individual giving group Brick & Beam Society announced investments of $26,500 to support summer-focused programs and projects that target early childhood learning and STEM programming for children in pre-school through 8th grade. Programs… Read More

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United Way of Greater Portland and Cumberland County Emergency Food and Shelter Program Local Board Announces Round Two Funding Awards to Organizations Providing Humanitarian Aid to Migrants

United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) and the Cumberland County Board for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) received notice from the EFSP National Board that four Cumberland County agencies would receive $1,249,043 for services provided to migrants released from U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) custody at the southern border from January 1, 2019 through January 31, 2020.

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United Way of Greater Portland awards $259,073 in the second round of grants from the Greater Portland COVID-19 Community Relief Fund  

United Way of Greater Portland announced it has awarded $259,073 in the second round of grants from the Greater Portland COVID-19 Community Relief Fund to 25 local nonprofits, schools, and faith-based groups on the frontlines working with individuals and families disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and the economic consequences of this outbreak. 

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United Way of Greater Portland awards $229,239 in first round of COVID-19 Community Relief Fund grants

United Way of Greater Portland announced today it has awarded $229,239 in the first round of grants from the Greater Portland COVID-19 Community Relief Fund to 31 local non-profit and school-based organizations. 

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