Giving Back to the Communities that Support United Insurance

At United Insurance, the people we insure are more than clients. They are our neighbors and our friends. They coach our children’s little league teams, volunteer in our schools, and run the businesses that are the backbone of the communities where our 15 branches are located. For us, each branch location is also a home and we are committed to making our communities a better place for us all. Helping is part of our corporate DNA. We encourage our employees to be leaders and get involved with local community service organizations. We give back because without our local communities, there would be no United Insurance.

United Insurance is proud to be involved in the communities where we live and work. United Insurance, as a community partner, has historically supported many local organizations by donating volunteer hours and contributing financially, and will continue to do so. The organizations include:


Northern Maine Medical Center  Make-A-Wish  Good Shepard Food Bank

The Maine Children’s Home  Aroostook Aspirations Initiative  Farmington Historical Society

Hope & Justice Project  National Potato Council  Challenger Learning Center of Maine

Boys & Girls Clubs of Kennebec Valley  United Way of Aroostook  Aroostook Teen Leadership Camp

Maine Academy of Modern Music  Fort Kent Historical Society  Special Olympics Maine

United Veterans of Maine  Med-Care Ambulance  American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Caribou Volunteer Fire Department  Forest Society of Maine  Knights of Columbus

Junior Achievement of Maine  Work First, Inc.  The Alzheimer’s Association

Maine Discovery Museum  The Courageous Steps Project  Pine Tree Society

Maine Irish Heritage Center  University of Maine Foundations  VFW

Jeans Fund

Jeans Fund

A unique way employees at United Insurance give back to the local community is through our Jeans Fund. We appreciate the opportunity to dress more casually at work on a Friday and love the chance to support local non-profit organizations in our community. Our employees make a donation to the Jeans Fund and a charitable organization is designated as the recipient. The organizations we’ve supported range from small, local groups that are important to specific agencies to well-known programs like “Stuff The Bus”, “Festival of Trees” and “Toy’s for Tots.” Additional organizations our agencies have contributed to include:

Pope Memorial Humane Society-Cocheco Valley   Center for Grieving Children  Opportunity Alliance

Hyder Family Hospice House Dover  Rochester Homeless Shelter  Servant’s Heart Food Pantry

Job’s for Maine Graduates  Children’s Benefit Fund  Autism Awareness