Yearly Archives: 2019

United Fund of Talbot County Accepting Applications For 2019-20 Campaign Year

The United Fund of Talbot County (UFTC) will be accepting applications until April 15, 2019, from qualified non-profit agencies in Talbot County requesting funds from its 2019-20 campaign.

To qualify, agencies must be registered 501 (c) 3 organizations; grant requests should seek to fund programs or initiatives that address the health and human services needs of individuals and families in Talbot County, and must demonstrate the agency’s fit with the United Fund charter to benefit underfunded and underrepresented Talbot County residents.

Any first time applicants who wish to be considered as potential participants in the upcoming campaign are requested to submit a one-page document no later than March 1, 2018 that explains how their agency fits with the United Fund mission, and how the services they provide their clients are different from those provided by other agencies serving the Talbot County community.

Agencies accepted to participate in the 2019-20 campaign must also agree not to fundraise during September, October, and November when the United Fund’s campaign is underway. For an application, write the United Fund of Talbot County office at P.O. Box 741, Easton, MD 21601; request an application on-line at or call 410-822-1957.  All applications must be received at the United Fund office by April 15, 2019.

United Fund Helps Seniors Maintain Life with Dignity

As a component of Delmarva Community Services, Delmarva Daybreak has served Talbot County residents in Adult Medical day Care since July 2000. The individuals served from Talbot County are medically fragile, needing nursing care and monitoring to assist them in staying as healthy as possible and to continue to live in the community. Thanks to funding from the United Fund, Talbot County clients are offered life with dignity as well as a caring, friendly environment. One such client is Ms. Bowser, who enjoys the Adult Medical Day Care facility with its daily activities, therapeutic exercise, socialization, and health monitoring by a caring, trained professional staff a few times a week. Delmarva Daybreak also provides nutritious meals and snacks as well as transportation to and from the center. With United Fund support, Talbot County clients can attend the center as well as afford the co-pay for much needed medications.