More than 60 Maine nonprofits have received nearly $900,000 from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation for COVID-19 relief efforts.
Innovative program, now in third year, doubles funding in face of coronavirus
FEED Center Will Prepare and Deliver Meals for Bridgeport Families in Need
Accelerates payments to current grantees to ease financial pressure
The Dimock Center will coordinate with Boston-based Caterers Fresh Food Generation and Commonwealth Kitchen in Preparing and Delivering Meals for Dimock Center Early Education Families
Coastal Foodshed will coordinate with local restaurants, Tia Maria’s European Cafe and Destination Soup, for Meals for Older Adults and Others in Need
Food access most pressing need in face of coronavirus
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation today announced it will give more than $3 million for COVID-19 relief efforts by supporting community and nonprofit organizations in Conn., Maine, Mass. and N.H.
Foundation also allows current grantees flexibility to help those affected by the coronavirus
Since 1980, more than $155 Million Awarded to Nonprofits Working to Build Healthy Communities in Conn., Maine, Mass., and N.H.