For many families, childcare is a growing expense. Lindsey and her husband, Jonathan, pay $18,000 in childcare costs for their two daughters. Even as a dual income household, the family could not cover the amount without compromise.
From her family to her community, Cassandra prioritizes helping others.
“No matter what I do in life, I’m always going to help people…that’s what I love,” said Cassandra.
In her personal life, Cassandra cares for her three-year-old son Tyson and is always free to lend a hand to friends and family. But her selflessness doesn’t stop there. As a student and professional Cassandra gives back to her community. It all started when Cassandra was a practicum student, working toward her associate degree.
Women United and Project WIN was Fatouma’s “light in the darkness” Help women like Fatouma achieve their dreams in Southern Maine United Way of Southern Maine‘s Women United is helping mothers and their children in Greater Portland achieve their dreams. One of those women is Fatouma. In November of… Read More