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Inland grants $50K to community

Release Date: 04/19/2012

Inland Hospital is proud to announce its Community Benefit mini grant recipients for 2012. Inland contributes more than $50,000 in mini grants to organizations in the Greater Waterville area that are working to improve quality of life

Inland has awarded funds to nearly three dozen local organizations for community-building projects and health initiatives that focused on economic development, childhood obesity, family violence prevention,, dental health, and homelessness to name just a few. Inland is dedicated to improving quality of life in the Greater Waterville area and the surrounding communities we serve, and our Community Benefit program is one example of that commitment.

2012 Community Benefit awardees:

Alfond Youth Center
Albert Hall School
American Red Cross of So. Maine
Atwood Primary School
Benton school district
Central Maine Growth Council
Central Maine Ski Club
Clinton Elementary
Community Dental Center
Family Violence Project
Future MSAD3
Hardy Girls Healthy Women
High Hopes Clubhouse program of KBH
Healthy Northern Kennebec (formerly PATCH)
Hospice Volunteers of Waterville Area
Kennebec Behavioral Health (KBH)
Kennebec Valley Community College
Kiwanis Club of Greater Waterville
Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers
Maine Osteopathic Association
Messalonskee Middle School
Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter
N. Anson school district
RSU#18 Wellness Committee
RSU#3 (Brooks, Unity, Freedom)
RSU#3 (Brooks, Unity, Freedom)
Sexual Assault Crisis & Support Center
Spectrum Generations
Thomas College
Unity Barn Raisers
Waterville Main Street
Waterville Opera House
Winslow Elementary (B4&After Program)