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Request for Proposals: Brick & Beam Society

United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) is pleased to announce a Request for Proposals “UWGP RFP” seeking to fund programs, initiatives, or collaborations in Greater Portland (Cumberland County with the exception of Brunswick and Harpswell) that begin to make measurable progress on one or more of Thrive2027’s three community-wide goals. Thrive2027, our community’s new collective vision for how to make our region even stronger for everyone who calls it home, are three ten-year goals created by and for the community. Applications are due on March 17, 2017.

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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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Looking to help asylum seekers

Looking for ways to help asylum seekers?

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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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Volunteer to Support Families at the Expo Shelter

Portland has received more than 150 asylum seekers over the past few days (who started their journey from several African countries, traveled through South America, and entered through the Southern US Border). They are not yet eligible for state and federal aid. Portland family shelters have exceeded capacity. Please use this form to express interest in volunteering at the City’s temporary shelter.

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