Brick & Beam is seeking proposals that support high need populations in the area of childhood education up through 8th grade. In addition to Brick & Beam’s broad support of early childhood education, they are interested in receiving proposals with an emphasis on STEM programming.
Who are the most dedicated and inspiring volunteers in our community? Honor one of them by nominating him or her for 6 Who Care, an annual recognition opportunity made possible by WCSH6, TD Bank, Dead River Company, and United Way of Greater Portland.
United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) has opened its Fiscal Year 2019 community investments to programs, initiatives, or collaborations serving Cumberland County, Maine (except Brunswick and Harpswell) that will help to make measurable progress on Thrive2027’s three community goals (Thrive2027).
This month, United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) is launching its efforts to bring together businesses and organizations who are interested in taking an early, visible leadership role in this community effort that will impact everyone in Greater Portland over the next 10 years.
The Brick & Beam Society offers a meaningful way to forge strong relationships, take action, leave a mark, and make a local difference. Members take a broad view of the community, bring leaders together, and build momentum for action. Join us to learn more!
Women United is seeking funding requests for two-generation strategies that support single mothers with children who live in Portland’s East Bayside neighborhood. Application materials must be received by 5 p.m. on October 10.
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.
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.