Connectivity Point is Going the Extra Mile again in 2015! We will support five beneficiaries during our 2nd annual Going the Extra Mile campaign.
The nonprofit organizations that will benefit from this year’s program are: Alzheimer’s Association Maine Chapter, Cancer Community Center, Greater Androscoggin Humane Society Safe Kids Maine and The Sisters Wish.
This year’s selections were made from a brief application process as well as suggestions from our employees.
Throughout 2015, each of our technicians’ vehicles will display the logo of one of the groups. For every mile driven, we will donate a penny to that organization.
The campaign will continue through 2015, with a final donation planned for the end of the year.
|Alzheimer’s Association Maine Chapter
With approximately 37,000 families affected by Alzheimer’s or a related dementia, the Alzheimer’s Association Maine Chapter serves the entire state of Maine from its Scarborough office. Their mission is to advance Alzhemier’s research, provide and enhance care and support, and to promote brain health.More
|Cancer Community Center
Located in South Portland, Maine, the mission of the Cancer Community Center is to support and promote the well-being of people living with cancer, their families and their friends.More
|Greater Androscoggin Humane Society
Established in 1885—with the original mission of protecting work horses and children from abuse—the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society is committed to using their resources to provide the best possible care for stray, abandoned and abused animals. They are located in Lewiston, Maine.More
|Safe Kids Maine
Safe Kids Maine provides outreach and safety information to the public. The mission of Safe Kids Maine is the same as Safe Kids Worldwide (SKWW): to prevent unintentional childhood injury, a leading killer of children age 14 and under.More
|The Sisters Wish
The Sisters Wish is a non-profit organization created by two sisters whose mission is to fulfill wishes for terminally or chronically ill young adults who reside in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.More