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Moving Oceans

A peek into how Side x Side brings art into schools in new ways.

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Give it Forward

United Way of Greater Portland shows how investing in your community pays off.

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Keeping Seniors Independent

Meet Phyllis (94) and her homemaker Donna. United Way of Greater Portland dives into their partnership…

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The “Plywood Guy”

Artist Stephen Gleasner on making art out of plywood and how a grueling bike race changed his life in unexpected ways.

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The Common Good

For their 2014 Campaign Video, United Way of Greater Portland tackles the idea of "Advancing the Common Good" -- a critical component of their mission.

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Thanking Teachers

Educate Maine sought to thank Maine’s teachers with a special message from education and business…

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The Telling Room’s BIG Night

The Telling Room is an amazing resource for young, local writers. Peek into their celebratory BIG NIGHT!

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A Better Way to say “Thank You”

Sometimes the "thank you" gets lost in the shuffle of communication. United Way put their staff front-and-center to take up the challenge.

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Lulu’s Story – Homeless in Maine

A look at teenage homelessness in Portland, Maine

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A new way of saying “Thank You”

United Way of Greater Portland thanks and recognizes individuals whose leadership and contributions are vital to helping improve thousands of lives in our community each year.

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Small business. Big impact.

Celebrate Hub Furniture's 100 years of business.

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5,442 pounds of food

United Way campaign kickoff food drives in Portland and Westbrook.

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What if it were you?

This short video tackles the idea that becoming homeless isn't as unlikely as many of us think.

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Day of Caring 2013

More than 1,100 volunteers donated their time at over 100 different locations throughout Greater Portland.

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What is legacy?

Barbara Wheaton, a long time volunteer with United Way of Greater Portland, explains why legacy is more than just something that you leave behind.

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