Ways To Give

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Why Support UCP of Maine?

You help UCP of Maine provide support for people like:

Mary: a hardworking paralegal with cerebral palsy, whose office is moving four blocks from the bus stop. Walking is very difficult for Mary; she is desperately looking for transportation, but has nowhere to turn.

Fran: an ambitious tween and budding musician. Blythe is eager to join the school band, but she was born with just one arm and is worried she cannot keep up.

Johanna: a mother whose 5-year-old son can now use assistive technology to say, “I love you, Mom.”

Thank you for investing in and giving us the opportunity to help people with disabilities live a life without limits.

 

2016 Wish List Sponsorship

If you are interested in sponsoring an item on UCP of Maine’s “2015 Wish List” please click here! (We are currently updating our list)

Donations

UCP of Maine depends on many generous donations made by individuals like you in order to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities.

Each year, we serve over 1,500 individuals and families with a wide range of physical and cognitive disabilities, including cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, autism and mental retardation. A donation to UCP of Maine supports our array of programs and services throughout Maine, which empower our participants to live a “Life without Limits,” and helps to break unwarranted stereotypes in our community.

For more information or to donate, please contact Mary Berube, Director of Operations at 207.941.2952 x326 or mariane.berube@ucpofmaine.org.  Thank you!

         Charitable Gift  •  Corporate Sponsorship  •  In-kind Gift



ANOTHER WAY TO HELP:Behavioral Health Professionals (BHPs) who provide direct care, one-to-one services in a child’s home or in the community, depending on the need of each child utilizing many items to meet plan needs.The following is a sampling of items needed to further develop reading & writing skills, creativity and life skills, mathematics, personal and social skills, and listening skills: 

  • Books
  • Colored paper
  • Crayons and coloring books
  • Pencils and pencil sharpeners
  • Scissors (rounded edges)
  • Paintbrushes
  • Glue sticks
  • Puzzles
  • Clocks with numbers and shapes
  • Educational toys
  • Musical toys
  • Educational CDs, audiobooks
  • Flash cards, letters, numbers, objects
  • Memory cards
  • Color cards
  • Games

 

Call us 207.941.2952 ext. 233 for more information.