At Portside, we believe that if we care about our neighbors, the difference we make collectively will be sustainable and life changing for our fellow Mainers.
Through our work with the Portside Foundation + 1% Back to Maine, our agents support local efforts both financially and through volunteer efforts.
Take a look at what we've been up to this past month!
1% Back to Maine Day!
Portside recently held our first 1% Back to Maine Day and heard from a few of our wonderful grant recipients and the impact our collective work is making in our communities.
We strive to give back to Maine now more than ever. Selling homes in this community affords us the privilege of giving back to the communities that we live and work in.
Spring for a Cure Fundraiser!
Throughout May, Portsiders spread kindness by delivering flowers to their clients while bringing awareness and raising funds for Maine Cancer Foundation. With 30 Portsiders participating and 234 plants sold, Portside raised over $6,200!
Learn more here
(1) Emilie Levecque
(2) (L-R) Stacy Salvo, Brenda Whitney, Sierra Boler, Sofia Voltin
American Red Cross Blood Drive
Portside's Volunteer Committee organized and held a blood drive at the Episcopal Church in Falmouth to address the urgent need for blood donations. Thank you to the volunteers and donors who took the time to give to this vital cause.
Portsiders pictured: Kathy McClelland + Kelly Jackson
Volunteer Day with White Pine!
Portsiders helped the White Pines community by building a new wood shed for their camp! White Pine is a nonprofit located in York that works to create shared outdoor experiences that awaken curiosity, build personal resilience, and cultivate caring relationships with self, community, and the natural world. White Pine recently received a $15,000 grant from Portside's 1% Back to Maine program to support their efforts in our community. Learn more about White Pine here.
Portsiders pictured: Ashley Kellogg, Britt Brown, Stephanie Raymond + Catie Seavey
Thank you. ♥