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Maine Legislature Recognizes February 2020 as 211 Month

The Maine Legislature voted last week to recognize February 2020 as 211 Month with bipartisan support. Finding help for complex needs like shelter, substance use, mental health, or food access can be hard for many Mainers looking for themselves or someone they know. Fortunately, there is a resource here in Maine to help.

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UWGP and KeyBank Offer Free Tax Preparation Services on Super Refund Saturday

United Way of Greater Portland and KeyBank Offer Free Tax Preparation Services on Super Refund Saturday, February 8 United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) ‘s CA$H Program is holding its Super Refund Saturday tax preparation day on Saturday,… Read More

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Fiscal Year 2021 Investment Application New Open

United Way of Greater Portland’s (UWGP) Fiscal Year 2021 investment application opened January 6, 2020 and will close February 21, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. Applicants, both currently funded applicants and new applicants proposing work that targets specific Thrive2027 strategies… Read More

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United Way of Greater Portland announces Fiscal Year 2020 community investments of $6,844,511.

United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) announced today its Fiscal Year 2020 community investments of $6,844,511. UWGP has awarded $3,901,574 in strategic investment grants to 74 community programs at 48 local nonprofits, including $272,500 of directed contributions through… Read More

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United Way of Greater Portland’s Women United announces an investment of $150,415 into the community

At a recent event, United Way of Greater Portland’s Women United announced an investment of $150,415 into the community. Of the investment, $107,415 will go to the continued support of Project WIN (Women In Neighborhood), a two-generation approach… Read More

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Press Release: United Way Receives Over 900 Volunteer Applications in Support of City Efforts to Assist Asylum Seekers

United Way of Greater Portland announced that since the launch of its volunteer website on Friday, June 14, over 700 individuals submitted applications to volunteer to support those seeking asylum in Portland.

“The outpouring of support from the community is remarkable,” said Liz Cotter Schlax, President & CEO, United Way of Greater Portland. “We cannot thank the volunteers enough for raising their hands in support of our community.”

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PRESS RELEASE: UNITED WAY TO COORDINATE VOLUNTEER RESPONSE FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS

      UNITED WAY TO COORDINATE VOLUNTEER RESPONSE FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS ON BEHALF OF CITY OF PORTLAND (Portland, ME – June 14, 2019) As the City of Portland responds to the over 150 asylum seekers who arrived in… Read More

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United Way of Greater Portland Recognizes 7 Outstanding Individuals and Businesses with 2019 UNITED We Thrive Awards

United Way of Greater Portland Recognizes 7 Outstanding Individuals and Businesses with 2019 UNITED We Thrive Awards On Tuesday, April 23, over 250 people gathered at the UNITED We Thrive Award Luncheon to celebrate and recognize organizations and… Read More

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Community Investment Process

United Way of Greater Portland’s Community Investment Process United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) is one of 228 organizations that has embraced Thrive2027, our community’s 10-year effort to achieve measurable progress in the areas of education, financial stability,… Read More

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United Way of Greater Portland Announces 2018 Campaign Results

 United Way of Greater Portland Announces 2018 Campaign Results At its annual Campaign Celebration on January 10th at the Portland Harbor Hotel, United Way of Greater Portland announced anticipated pledges of $8.1 million during the 2018 fundraising… Read More

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