United Midcoast Charities
87 Elm St., Suite 205
Camden, ME 04843
Phone: 207-236-2299
Email: umcc@midcoast.com
Fax: 207-236-8206


Identifying needs. Supporting solutions.

Our mission is to energize Midcoast Maine nonprofit agencies
through finance and guidance, supporting a network of
resources stronger than any single organization.

Our areas of focus are food, housing, health & safety, and economic security.

Through a yearly grant application and review process, UMC funds agencies that primarily benefit residents of Knox and Waldo counties.

United Midcoast Charities was founded in 1942. Today, UMC awards grants to more than 50 agencies in any given year, totaling around $500,000 in support.



Day of Giving is Saturday, Dec. 14!

Shop Local, Support Many! You can support local businesses and local charities all while doing some holiday shopping – Mark your calendar to shop at participating businesses on Saturday, Dec. 14! UMC has been funding local organizations in Knox and Waldo counties for 77 years, providing vital ...
Nominate your favorite volunteer!

The Unsung Hero Award recognizes a volunteer working in Knox or Waldo County for excellence in impact, inspiration, and community collaboration. Nominate your volunteer at https://unitedmidcoastcharities.org/event/unsung/
Don't forget to nominate a volunteer!

Deadline is Sep 3 for Unsung Hero nominations! Help us celebrate our community volunteers: https://unitedmidcoastcharities.org/unsung/

NONPROFITS, tell us about that one amazing volunteer who is quietly going about getting the job done! Nominations for the “Unsung Hero Award” are accepted under the following criteria: Nominee(s) must be an individual who volunteers in Knox and/or Waldo County, Maine. Nominations must be made by ...
Benefits Options for Nonprofits happening TODAY

Learn with UMC: Benefits Options for Nonprofits, will be held TODAY at the Picker Room of the Camden Library at 3 p.m. This two-hour workshop will discuss options for a variety of nonprofit employee benefits packages. Nonprofit boards sometimes consider employee benefits an unnecessary expense ...

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