The United Way of Kennebec Valley and its involvement in our community.
We are proud supporters of many community initiatives that have been spearheaded by local businesses and citizens to provide help where there is a need. We are currently leaders of Day of Caring, VolunteerME Kennebec Valley, CA$H Maine and SingleCare.
Day of Caring
The United Way partners with 18 local schools and many area businesses to sponsor student Days of Caring. This annual event matches student volunteers with work projects at local sites in Kennebec County. Students take pride in giving their time and talents to important projects and their efforts improve our communities. Youth, local businesses and the United Way all work together to lend a helping hand.
Learn more about Day of Caring.
VolunteerME Kennebec Valley
VolunteerME Kennebec Valley is an easy-to-use, local website that can help you find service opportunities that match your talents, interests and schedule. This resource is made possible by UWKV and is one of seven local sites that roll up to a statewide volunteer hub.
CA$H Maine provides help to low- and moderate-income Mainers by offering free tax preparation to qualified filers during the tax season. The program also connects residents to financial education resources, including money management and homebuying workshops as well as credit counseling.
For more information, visit cashmaine.org or contact our office.
singlecare: Free prescription Savings program
SingleCare partners with nearly all pharmacies nationwide to negotiate prescription discounts so that individuals can receive a lower price. SingleCare understands you're looking to reduce the prices of your prescription medications, and its goal is to help you. Even if you already have health insurance, try presenting a SingleCare card to your pharmacist or looking up the SingleCare cost of your prescription online. Recently, people in Kennebec County saved $192,579 by using SingleCare.
SingleCare cards are available in the UWKV office, or you can download materials or the app online.
Food Pantry Project
The Food Pantry Project is now Feed a Neighbor and all questions regarding the Feed a Neighbor should be directed to the Augusta Food Bank at (207) 622-5225 or firstname.lastname@example.org.