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FUNDED COMMUNITY PARTNERS

United Way of Greater Portland partners with dozens of local Community Partners to support a wide range of programs that work to achieve at least one of Thrive2027’s three 10-year goals to improve education, financial stability, and health for every person in Greater Portland.

We invest millions upon millions of dollars from individuals and organizations to improve lives and strengthen our community. Funded Community Partners open their programs and budgets to intense review by the Community Investment Process volunteers and United Way staff. We ensure community partners align efforts, progress is measured, work is facilitated and evaluated, and everyone remains focused on the shared vision. Targeted program outcomes and results drive our funding decisions and are critical to understanding how your investment is improving people’s lives.

Our Funded Community Partners, investors like you, Community Investment Volunteers, and United Way work as a team to increase quality early education, to ensure more people can afford to live and work in Greater Portland, and to support longer, healthier lives.

FUNDED COMMUNITY PARTNERS FOR FY2021 FISCAL YEAR

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Organization

Program

Thrive2027 Goal Area

211 Maine

Maine’s health and human services information and referral system

2

A Company of Girls

Arts-Based Resiliency, Mentorship, and Empowerment Supports for Girls

2

Adopt-a-School*

Corporate partners supporting local schools

1

Amistad, Inc.

Unsheltered Outreach Project

3

Avesta Housing

Homeless to Housing

2

Avesta Housing

HomeOwnership Center

2

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine

On-Track Initiative

1&2

Brick and Beam Society*

Investments in STEM and literacy programs

1

CA$H Greater Portland Coalition*

CA$H (Creating Assets, Savings, and Hope) Greater Portland Coalition, helping to build long-term financial stability

2

Catherine Morrill Day Nursery

Quality Early Learning Program

1

Catholic Charities Maine

Refugee and Immigration Services: Immigration Legal Services

2

Catholic Charities Maine

St. Elizabeth’s Child Development Center

1

Count ME In

School Attendance

1

Day One

Adolescent and Family Community Treatment Services

3

Day One

Adolescent Residential Treatment Services

3

Day One

Street Program

3

Frannie Peabody Center

Client Services

3

Freeport Community Services

Youth/ Family Food Programs

1

Goodwill Industries of Northern New England

Job Connection Greater Portland

2

Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project (ILAP)

Strengthening Immigration Legal Services in Greater Portland

2

LearningWorks

LearningWorks Afterschool (LWAS)

1

LearningWorks

Youth Building Alternatives (YBA)

2

Legal Services for the Elderly

Cumberland County Senior Legal Helpline

2

Legal Services for the Elderly

Elder Abuse Law Project

2

Locker Project

Food for Children in Preschool to Grade 3 and Their Families

1

Maine Behavioral Healthcare

Outpatient Services

3

MaineHealth

Project BRACEs; Building Resilience for Adverse Childhood Experiences

3

MaineHealth

The Children’s Initiative Early Childhood Education Collaborative

1

Mayo Street Arts

Programs for Community and Youth

1

Milestone Recovery

Homeless Outreach and Mobile Engagement (HOME) Team

3

Morrison Center

Preschool

1

My Place Teen Center

Youth Leadership Academy

2

Northeast Hearing and Speech

Speech and Hearing Services Birth to 8

1

Pine Tree Legal Assistance

Safe and Stable Families Thrive

3

Portland Community Health Center DBA Greater Portland Health

Behavioral and Mental Health Services in School Based Health Centers

3

Portland Community Squash

Rally Portland

2

Portland ConnectED – Starting Strong

Parent Engagement: Talking is Teaching and Parent Council

1

Portland Housing Authority

EmPOWERme

2

Portland Public Schools/ Portland Adult Education

High School Credentials and Post-Secondary Matriculation

2

Portland Public Schools/ Portland Adult Education

Street Academy

2

Portland Recovery Community Center

Recovery Coaching for Individuals in High Risk Transitions

3

Preble Street

Critical Needs Programs

2

Preble Street

Health Services

3

Regional Transportation Program

Transportation for seniors

2

Spurwink Services Incorporated

Project NOW: Ending Youth Exploitation

3

Spurwink Services Incorporated

 Adult Behavioral Health

3

The Center for Grieving Children

Bereavement Support

3

The Opportunity Alliance

CDA Development Center

1

The Opportunity Alliance

Early Childhood Initiative

1

The Opportunity Alliance

Family Crisis Response Navigator

3

The Opportunity Alliance

Foster Grandparent Program

1

The Opportunity Alliance

Maine Families

1

The Opportunity Alliance

Senior Companion Program

2

The Opportunity Alliance

Westbrook Children’s Project

1

Through These Doors

Advocacy and Victim Services for Victims of Abuse

3

Through These Doors

Emergency Shelter for Victims of Abuse

2

Tri-County Mental Health Services

In-home follow-up for opioid overdose

3

Greater Portland Workforce Initiative (GPWI) 

Greater Portland Workforce Initiative (GPWI)

2

Women United*

Two-generation, whole family programs for single mothers and their children

2

Youth and Family Outreach

Early Care and Education program

1