Organizational Supporters

Giving Tree Displays, Collections Sites, and Drives

Find a list of the current businesses who volunteer to have Giving Tree displays, collections sites, and drives at their facility on the Giving Tree page. The winter essentials program — Christmas Program — relies on generous volunteers and givers like these wonderful businesses.

Major Winter Essentials Supporters

new balance foundation logo


The winter essentials program at Maine Children's Home (MCH) is made possible thanks to the very generous ongoing support of the New Balance Foundation and New Balance employees from the Norridgewock and Skowhegan locations that donate hundreds of volunteer hours to help with the program. There are also contributions from a multitude of people, businesses, and schools, including student-athletes from Thomas College.


Delivering Good


Since 1985, Delivering Good has provided more than $1.6 billion worth of brand new clothing, shoes, toys, books, baby products and more to 70 million children in need throughout the United States and overseas. In these 32 years of service, Delivering Good has been able to efficiently and effectively deliver essential merchandise to communities prone to chronic poverty; families suffering from life-altering and debilitating circumstances; and communities hit by natural disasters. Thanks to generous donations from manufacturers, retailers and licensees, Delivering Good has been able to provide children, and often their entire families, with self-esteem and hope through a gift of something brand new.



Pajama Program logo


Pajama Program, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, provides new, warm pajamas and new books to children in need nationwide, many waiting and hoping to be adopted.


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Toys for Tots is a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve which distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas. MCH is very grateful that Toys for Tots helps support Christmas Program by helping make sure that the program has two toys for each child served during the holidays.

MCH also grateful for the support of these following businesses and organizations: 



Alpha Lota


Anna V. O’Keefe, DMD, PA

Arundel Machine Tool Co.

Assistance Plus

Atlantic Great Dane

Attitudes Salon

Bangor Savings Bank

Bank of America

Barnes & Noble

Beacon Hospice

Brookfield Renewables

Carrols LLC - Burger King

Central Maine Community College

Central Maine Motors

Change Health Care

Charlie's Motor Mall


Clark Insurance

Core Mark

Cross Insurance

Department of Public Safety

Delivering Good


Dollar General



Fidelity Investments

First Congregational Church

Friends of Maine Children's Home

Grand Central Cafe

Group Dynamic, Inc.

Golden Pond Wealth Management

Hill Top School


Jefferson Village School

Kennebec Montessori School

KSW Federal Credit Union

La Bella Hair Salon

Lapointe Lumber

LL Bean

Low XII Riders Central Maine Chapter

MAC Wholesale

Maine DOT Legal

Maine Eye Care

Maine Medical Center

Maine Revenue Services

Maine State Bar Association

Maine State Police

Maine Warrior Gym



Messalonskee High School - NHS

Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority

New Balance

Northeast Labs

Northern Light Inland Hospital

Pajama Program

People's Salon & Spa

Pleasant Street United Methodist Church



Sew For A Cause

SGC Engineering LLC

Spectrum Healthcare

Square Dancers of Maine - Waterville

The Beauty Bar

The Daily Sweat

The Mix 107.9

Thomas College Education Club

Thomas College JMG Program


TNT Dance Studio

Townsquare Media

Toys for Tots

Traverse Coffee Co.


Unity Shop 'N Save

Waterville UPS

Waterville Opera House

Windham Middle School

Winslow High School - NHS

And many other businesses who conduct toy drives and donate to our programs year-round! Thank you!