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Give, and help us LIVE UNITED! Your generous gift will support United Way’s vital work in education, financial stability, and health. Together, we’re making a difference in people’s lives and creating a stronger community for us all.

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Whether you’re speaking out to improve education, reaching out to members of Congress to address health policy, or wearing the LIVE UNITED shirt to show your support, you can help inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow. So go ahead and engage in Greater Portland advocacy!

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Come volunteer with us! Volunteers play a vital role in our work. We always need more volunteers to help make the biggest impact with our core programs and community partners.

LATEST FROM the

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UNITED WAY OF GREATER PORTLAND ANNOUNCES NEWEST INVESTMENTS THAT HELP GREATER PORTLAND THRIVE

United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) is pleased to announce its first investments in Thrive2027, our community’s commitment to three ten-year goals to drive measurable and meaningful change in Greater Portland. The goals are to ensure more kids are successful in school, more families and individuals can afford to live and work here, and more people are living long, healthy lives.

WE’RE HIRING! LOANED EXECUTIVE COORDINATOR

This full-time, temporary position will act as the lead support for UWGP’s Loaned Executive (LE) program while also handling the management of a small portfolio of assigned relationships with local companies. LEs assist companies with planning, implementing, and running successful workplace giving campaigns, supporting volunteers within the companies, and serving as ambassadors for UWGP in the community.

BRICK & BEAM SOCIETY RELEASES COMMUNITY INVESTMENT APPLICATION

The Brick & Beam Society, an affinity group of United Way Greater Portland, released its 2017 Community Investment Application today. They are seeking applications from qualified organizations addressing a community need in Greater Portland in the area of early childhood education and childhood poverty.