2022 Community Partners
Care and Share Food Closet - Funding helps Care and Share provide emergency food to the Greater Farmington community.
Catholic Charities - SEARCH Program (Seek Elderly Alone, Renew Courage and Hope) - Funding enables vulnerable seniors age 60 plus to remain independent in their homes and create a long-term support system to meet their needs.
Kennebec Behavioral Health - United Way funding increases the capacity of KBH to provide outpatient mental health services in Greater Franklin County.
Literacy Volunteers Serving Franklin and Somerset Counties - Funding supports adult tutoring and other programs that increase independence and promote literacy skills.
Rural Community Action Ministry - Funding is for the Senior Transportation program in Livermore and Livermore Falls. This program provides rides to seniors 55 and older and to people with limited mobility.
Safe Voices - In 2022 United Way provided funding for a van so transportation could be provided to those survivors of domestic violence who are staying at the Farmington shelter.
SeniorsPlus - Meals on Wheels is funded by United Way allowing homebound seniors to remain living independently.
Franklin County Children's Task Force
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Services
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Services Children's Advocacy Center
United Methodist Economic Ministry
Western Maine Homeless Outreach
Clearwater Food Pantry
Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry
Community Concepts Big Brothers Big Sisters
American Red Cross
Tri-County Mental Health Services
Women Work and Community
Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice
Franklin County Animal Shelter
Friends Together Peer Support and Recovery Center
Girl Scouts of Maine
Maine Transition Network