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05/17/2019

Summary of 2018 Charitable Giving

Smith & Wilkinson takes pride in supporting local organizations, and in 2018 our company continued our mission to take part in community giving. In total, S&W contributed more than $20,000 to regional charitable organizations.

In 2018, S&W supported the following organizations:

American Heart Association, a national non-profit that funds medical research and promotes a healthy lifestyle to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease.

Camp Sunshine, a year-round resort for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families to enjoy a camp experience in Maine.

Center for Grieving Children, an organization in southern Maine which supports children and families through peer support as they navigate the death or serious illness of a close family member.

Edward W. Rodgers Memorial Golf Tournament, a charity golf event in support of The Maine Children’s Cancer Program.

Falmouth Land Trust, a local agency dedicated to nature conservation and preservation of open space in Falmouth, ME.

Hanscom FCU Charitable Foundation, a charitable arm of a local federal credit union.

Mass Bankers Association Charitable Foundation, an organization supported by 150 MA-based community banks providing annual grants to deserving local social service agencies.

Maine Cancer Foundation, a local organization dedicated to reducing cancer incidence and mortality rates in Maine.

PanMass Challenge, a statewide bike-a-thon to raise funding for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA.

Rip it for Rett North, a charitable golf tournament held annually in support of RettSyndrome.org, funding research and resources for individuals living with Rett Syndrome.

Ronald McDonald House, the Portland, ME branch of an international charity providing compassionate care and resources to children and families being served by leading hospitals worldwide.

South Portland High School, a public school in southern Maine (and just down the street from our office!).

 

 

 

 

 

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