FARMINGTON — The United Way of the Tri-Valley Area has completed its annual allocation process, allocating $151,000 to 19 community partners and 21 programs.

The 2014 United Way community partners are: LEAP Inc.; Literacy Volunteers serving Franklin and Somerset counties; Rural Community Action Ministry; Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Services; SeniorsPlus; United Methodist Economic Ministry and Western Maine Transportation Services Inc.

Also, Women, Work and Community; Work First Inc.; Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry-Care and Share Food Closet; Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry-ECU HEAT; Safe Voices; United Valley American Red Cross; Community Concepts Inc.; Big Brothers Big Sisters Program; Franklin County Children’s Task Force; Community Dental; Healthy Community Coalition; Tri-County Mental Health Services Inc.; Western Maine Community Action.

The allocation process involves reviewing applications from nonprofit 501(c)3 human service organizations by community members and interviewing applicants. Lillian Lake chaired the process. She was joined by Lorraine Pratt, Julie Libby, Mary Frank, Larissa Larrabee, Dennis O’Neil, Lisa Laflin, Ken Lust, Erin Arthers,  Mike Rowland, Vickie Gammon, Brenda Clark, Tammy Hutchinson, Lesa Rose, Ray Glass, Dee Webber and Luke Kellett.

The annual campaign celebration and meeting will be held from 4;30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 19, at the Homestead Kitchen, Bar & Bakery. The cost is $15. Heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served. To RSVP, email [email protected]

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