Happy National Volunteer Week! Volunteers are not only the heart of United Way of Greater Portland, they are the physical embodiment of our community at its best, helping to support long-lasting change and Thrive2027 goals.
United Way of Greater Portland supports the work of Thrive2027 with our Community Investments. Applicants must be doing work that supports achieving the Thrive2027 Goals.
Volunteers Needed: Focus Group Facilitators and Note Takers Two years after initial Community Conversations that resulted in Thrive2027, United Way of Greater Portland is interested in convening focus groups to gather more information from the community about our shared
Access to care for individuals and families is a foundational strategy to having the opportunity to lead a healthy life and to reducing preventable, premature death. Specifically, access to care is a critical cornerstone of the prevention, identification, and treatment of issues connected to leading causes of death.
The Health and Human Services Committee is expected to vote TODAY whether to fund programs that prevent child abuse. The Community Partnership for Protecting Children (CPPC) is a network of community providers and residents who are working to eliminate child abuse and neglect.
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.
Brick & Beam Society awards $50,000 to the Congolese Community of Maine The Brick and Beam Society is an affinity group of United Way of Greater Portland On October 27, 2016, the Brick and Beam Society