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2022 Charitable Giving

In 2022 Smith & Wilkinson was proud to donate $84,000 to 35 local charities. We hope to beat this amount in 2023 and continue to give back to our community!

Scarborough Land Trust
Scarborough Land Trust conserves land for people, for wildlife – forever. With community support, we have conserved over 1,600 acres to date, including a 434-acre landmark farm in western Scarborough, lands along the renowned Scarborough Marsh, and the land and viewshed of the Winslow Homer Studio on Prouts Neck.

Torrington Savings Foundation
The Torrington Savings Foundation is dedicated to revitalizing the communities that it serves and improving the quality of life for low to moderate income individuals and families through the support of economic development, neighborhood renewal and education programs.

RettSyndrome.org
The International Rett Syndrome Foundation continues their 40-year commitment to creating a world without Rett. They remain focused on accelerating research to treat and cure Rett syndrome as we empower families with information, knowledge, and connectivity.

Falmouth Youth Lacrosse
Falmouth Youth Lacrosse Association was founded with the mission of pursuing “undertakings and activities reasonably necessary or advisable in promoting and supporting lacrosse development for players of all ages in Falmouth, Maine.”

BBCH
As Maine’s only full-service children’s hospital, BBCH offers everything from well-child visits to specialized medical and surgical treatment of complex pediatric illnesses and injuries. Children and families receive care that’s responsive to their unique needs.

Als.org
The ALS Association is the only national nonprofit organization fighting ALS on every front.  By leading the way in global research, providing assistance for people with ALS through a nationwide network of chapters, coordinating multidisciplinary care through certified clinical care centers, and fostering government partnerships, The Association builds hope and enhances quality of life while aggressively searching for new treatments and a cure. The Association leads the way in research, care services, public education, and public policy — giving help and hope to those facing the disease.

Make-A-Wish Maine
For children diagnosed with critical illnesses, a wish come true can be a crucial turning point in their lives. A wish can be that spark that helps these children believe that anything is possible and gives them the strength to fight harder against their illnesses. The Maine chapter of Make-A-Wish has granted more than 1,700 wishes and serves children in each of Maine’s 16 counties.

Mass Bay CU Charitable Foundation
Mass Bay Credit Union Charitable Foundation contributes both financially, and through volunteer efforts, to make our communities better places to live and work. Following the credit union ideal of “People Helping People,” our Foundation and our teams strive to positively impact the communities we serve. Some of the causes we assist include: providing scholarship opportunities for high school seniors, offering financial education, and donating to causes that have a positive local impact.

Bicycle Coalition of Maine
The Bicycle Coalition of Maine works to make Maine a better and safer place to bike and walk. Founded in 1992, the Bicycle Coalition of Maine has grown into the leading bicycle and pedestrian advocacy group in the state.

Strong Minds
StrongMinds is a social enterprise founded in 2013 that treats depression in low-income women and adolescents by providing group interpersonal therapy (IPT-G), delivered by lay community health workers. StrongMinds is the only organization scaling a cost-effective solution to the depression epidemic in Africa.

Pan Mass Challenge
The Pan-Mass Challenge is a Massachusetts-based bike-a-thon that raises more money for charity than any other single athletic fundraising event in the country. Always held the first weekend in August, the PMC raises funds for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, a world leader in adult and pediatric cancer treatment and research.

Tee Off for 2E
In December 2009, our good friend, Gary “2E” Nealey was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), a cancer that starts inside bone marrow. After a courageous six month battle, his disease proved too great. Gary was ultimately taken from us at the much too young age of 26 in May 2010. Each year a golf tournament is played in his memory and all money raised is donated to Camp Sunshine.

Hanscom FCU Charitable Foundation
The Hanscom FCU Charitable Foundation supports organizations that improve people’s lives in the areas of health, education and well-being of children, homelessness prevention services, and programs for veterans and their families.

JDRF
JDRF is the leading global organization harnessing the power of research, advocacy, and community engagement to advance life-changing breakthroughs for type 1 diabetes (T1D). 

Falmouth Youth Soccer Association

Falmouth Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) is a non-profit, volunteer organization committed to providing boys and girls ages 8 to 14 with a positive and competitive soccer experience. With more than 330 players, FYSA is one of the largest soccer club in Maine.

Winterkids
WinterKids helps children develop healthy lifelong habits through education and fun, outdoor winter activity. We create opportunities for children to be active, vibrant and healthy in the outdoors.

NBCF.org
We provide help and inspire hope to those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education, and support services.

Camp Sunshine
Camp Sunshine inspires hope in families affected by life-threatening childhood illness through their unique, supportive program at its beautiful campus on Maine’s Sebago Lake.

Full Plates Full Potential
Full Plates Full Potential is on a mission to end childhood food insecurity in Maine, and they’re just getting started. Born of the idea that no child should grow up hungry, they take a collaborative approach to effect lasting change and we believe that solutions are within reach.

Pine Tree Society
Pine Tree Society’s mission is to provide Maine children and adults with disabilities the opportunities and the means to create better lives for themselves and their families.

Good Shepard Food Bank
The mission of Good Shepherd Food Bank is to eliminate hunger in Maine by improving access to nutritious food for people in need, building strong community partnerships, and mobilizing the public in the fight to end hunger.

Boys & Girls Club of Southern Maine
For more than 100 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine has provided youth development programs for young people, especially those who need us most. Our Clubhouses are safe places to learn, have fun and develop skills and interests that last a lifetime.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maine
Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Maine provides comfort for the families of pediatric patients and supports programs that directly improve the health and well-being of all children.

Center for Grieving Children
The Center for Grieving Children is a nonprofit organization that provides a safe space, loving peer support, outreach, and education to grieving children, teens, families and the community. With services in Portland, Sanford, and virtually, they provide completely free-of-charge services for children, teens, young adults, and their family members throughout southern Maine.

Friends of Casco Bay
Friends of Casco Bay’s mission is to improve and protect the environmental health of Casco Bay.

Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run reaches girls at a critical stage, strengthening their confidence at a time when society begins to tell them they can’t. Underscoring the important connection between physical and emotional health, our program addresses the whole girl when she needs it the most.

Travis Mills Foundation
The Travis Mills Foundation support veterans through their nationally recognized retreat located in the Belgrade Lakes Region of Maine. Veteran families who have been injured in active duty or as a result of their service to our nation receive an all-inclusive, all-expenses-paid, barrier-free experience in Maine where they participate in adaptive activities, bond with other veteran families, and enjoy much-needed rest and relaxation in Maine’s outdoors.

Maine Veterans Project
The Maine Veterans Project offers a variety of programs and services for Maine veterans. Through strategic partnerships, sponsorships, and generous donations we are able to keep these programs going strong while continuously striving to improve our reach.

Preble Street
Preble Street’s goal is to provide accessible barrier-free services to empower people experiencing problems with homelessness, housing, hunger, and poverty, and to advocate for solutions to these problems.

South Portland Food Cupboard
The South Portland Food Cupboard is a non-profit, volunteer-based food pantry dedicated to alleviating hunger. The cupboard organizes volunteers who are committed to the acquisition and distribution of food to hungry people throughout South Portland, Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and surrounding communities.

Robbie Foundation
The Robbie Foundation is a nonprofit organization that was founded on behalf of a boy living with cerebral palsy. Robbie’s disability is quite severe in that he is totally dependent on others for all his daily living needs. Robbie has overcome all odds thus far in life and has a very strong “will” in every aspect of his being. In lieu of all that he has accomplished for himself, he expresses an interest and eagerness to help others. The goal of Robbie Foundation is to see the world brought to children who are unable to explore it on their own.

Maine Children’s Home
Maine Children’s Home (MCH) is a Waterville-based nonprofit organization that offers programs that build and strengthen families and their children, instilling hope for the future and a better quality of life.  Founded in 1899, MCH has evolved with the changing needs of families and children, and supports more than 3,000 people each year through the following programs and services,  family adoption program, family counseling center, journey program, connected families project, and Christmas program.

Maine Adaptive
Maine Adaptive believes that having access to and participating in recreational sports is integral to a well-rounded life for every person.
Founded in 1982, Maine Adaptive is now the largest year-round adaptive recreation program in the state of Maine for adults and children with disabilities. Maine Adaptive provides over 3,500 lessons winter and summer thanks to the generous support of individuals, businesses, corporations, and foundations that sustain our program every year.

Hospice of Southern Maine
At Hospice of Southern Maine, our mission is to provide compassion, care and comfort through end of life for patients with life-limiting illnesses, and support for their families.


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