$47,258 Awarded in 2016

  • Oasis Free Clinic: $8,320 to fund the Dental Access Expansion Project, which will result in a clinic that is more accessible to patients.
  • Planned Parenthood  of Northern New England: $7,500 to support the Topsham Health Center’s Charity Care Program.
  • Home to Home: $3,000 for three supervised visitation program enhancements.
  • Embrace a Vet: $6,270 funding to support the participation of 3 female veterans and their caregiver in one of their four five-day Healing and Wellness retreats.
  • Independence Association: $5,990 to fund the Case Management Program for adults and children with disabilities.
  • Family Crisis Services: $7,400 to fund the Breaking Isolation For Women in Mid-Coast Maine by expanding services to a Brunswick location.
  • Pine Tree Society: $6,278 to fund the Peer Work Program in Bath to offer temporary employment opportunities to people with disabilities.
  • People Plus Teen Center: $2,500 to provide food for the after-school program for teens.


$35,94 Awarded in 2015

  • Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine: $5,000 to buy approximately 100 winter coats and snow pants to Resource Families participating in the back to school program, Ready Set Go to Learn.
  • Brunswick/Topsham Land Trust: $3,000 to support hiring a new Dad and son listen together at Read With Me.coordinator for the Tom Settlemire Community Garden that provides fresh produce for the Mid Coast Hunter Prevention Program.
  • Kennebec Day Camp of Maine Maritime Museum: $2,500 to fund scholarships for children from nearby communities to attend summer camp.
  • Opportunity Alliance Mediation Services: $5,000 to fund a portion of the salary and expenses for the program director in the Brunswick area
  • Planned Parenthood of Northern New England: $4,500 to fund the Topsham Health Center Charity Care Program that provides free or reduced reproductive health care services for local residents
  • Sexual Assault Support Services: $1,948 to fund the Yoga for Survivors Program which benefits victims of sexual assault.
  • Sweetser Seeking Safety Program: $4,000 to fund breakfast and lunch for counseling sessions for recovering addicts and trauma victims.
  • Tedford Housing: $5,000 to fund the Breaking Down Barriers program to help women in the program become as self sufficient as possible as they strive to keep their jobs or enter the work force.
  • Tri-County Literacy: $5,000 to fund books for the Read With Me family literacy program promoting parental understanding of literacy development and increasing children’s access to books.


$27,095 Awarded in 2014

  • Elmhurst, Inc.: $3,000
  • Maine Maritime Museum: $2,375
  • Midcoast Hunger Prevention Program: $5,000
  • People Plus Teen Center: $3,220
  • Sexual Assault Support Services: $2,500
  • The Clothing Garage: $4,000
  • The Gathering Place: $2,000
  • Trust for Our Future MSAD Education Fund: $5,000