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More than 2,000 Youth Fed

School closures due to COVID-19 have meant that many students did not have access to a reliable source of food. Our pantries and distribution events ensure that youth can focus on their homework, not their hunger. 

Youth Full Maine provides nourishing food for food-insecure children and their families in York County. YFM manages food pantries in pre-K through 12th-grade schools and hosts regular fresh produce distributions at schools, neighborhood sites, and summer lunch program sites. All food is available for children or their guardians to take home for the evenings, weekends, and school breaks.

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Make a Difference

There a many ways you can help children who are at risk of going without food. You can change their lives with one donation.

There is currently 47,460 youth struggling with hunger and food insecurity in Maine. Our mission is to end hunger and food insecurity for youth in York County, Maine. Creating a youth full Maine. While there is a lot of work to do, we are happy to have impacted so many youths over the last 2 years and are anxious to increase our impact.

Led by the York County Board of Directors. This nonprofit is the first pilot replication of the Locker Project in Cumberland County, Maine. The board of directors has some of the most experienced individuals in the nonprofit space in Maine. The current executive director of the nonprofit is Katie Brown. 

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