Central Maine Credit Union Donates $500 to Tommy Feral Feline Friends
Central Maine Credit Union donates $500 to a local organization the helps provide medical and personal care for cats living in the wild. Some of their care includes special food, medications, dental care, emergency care, and much more. We are proud to help an organization dedicated to helping animals in our community.
Central Maine Credit Union Donates $1,000 to St. Martin de Porres Residence.
Central Maine Credit Union donates $1,000 to St. Martin De Porres, a Lewiston homeless shelter. Brother Richard (left) founder and executive director of St. Martin De Porres Residence cheerfully accepts the check from Vicki Stuart (right), President and CEO of Central Maine Credit Union.Central Maine Credit Union has designated the donation to help less fortunate members in the Lewiston - Auburn community.Individuals who stay at the residence must make commitments to improving their lives. If you are interested in donating you may contact the De Porres Residence at 207-786-4690
CMCU Donates $2,000 to SeniorsPlus
On Tuesday, August 21st, National Senior Day, Central Maine Credit Union donates $2,000 to SeniorsPlus. Betsy Sawyer-Manter, President and CEO and Holly Zielinski, Chief Operating Officer of SeniorsPlus accept the check from Vicki Stuart, President and CEO of Central Maine Credit Union.SeniorsPlus is based out of Lewiston and is responsible for the Meals on Wheels program that bring meals to the doors of seniors who cannot leave their home.Central Maine Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving Androscoggin County and supporting the community for 68 years.
CMCU Donates $2,000 to Maine’s Special Olympics
Central Maine Credit Union donated $2,000 to Maine’s Special Olympics. Kim Daigle, Board member for Maine’s Special Olympics and CEO of Insurance Trust happily accepts the check from Vicki Stuart Special Olympics Maine's vision is to transform communities by inspiring people throughout the world to open their minds, accept and include people with intellectual disabilities and thereby anyone who is perceived as different.
New Beginnings of Lewiston Receives Donation
from Central Maine Credit Union
Central Maine Credit Union recently presented a check for $2,000 to New Beginnings of Lewiston. Since opening its doors in 1980, New Beginnings has grown from a program providing basic shelter care to an agency with a variety of community-based services meeting the needs of youth in crisis and their families.
Rachel Spencer-Reed, Program Development Director and Chris Bicknell, Executive Director of New Beginnings, accepted the donation from Vicki Stuart, President/CEO of Central Maine Credit Union.
Central Maine Credit Union Makes Donation to
Boys & Girls Club
Central Maine Credit Union recently made a donation of $2,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Auburn and Lewiston. The Auburn/Lewiston Clubhouse offers after school programs for children and provides a safe and positive environment for youth to spend their time enabling young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
Central Maine Federal Credit Union, 1000 Lisbon Street in Lewiston, and 836 Center Street in Auburn has served the financial needs of its members for over 65years and actively participates in and supports many organizations within the community.
Robert A. Clark, Chief Professional Officer of the Boys & Girls Club, accepted the donation from Vicki L. Stuart, CEO of Central Maine Credit Union.
Seniors Plus/ Meals on Wheels Receives Donation
from Central Maine Credit Union
Central Maine Federal Credit Union recently donated $2,000 to SeniorsPlus for their Meals on Wheels program. SeniorsPlus is a private non-profit corporation that relies mostly on volunteers to deliver meals to shut-ins and seniors recovering at home throughout Lewiston, Auburn, Lisbon, Sabattus, Greene and Livermore Falls.
Holly Zielinski, Director of Community Services for SeniorsPlus, accepted the donation from Vicki L. Stuart, CEO of Central Maine FCU.
On Friday, December 23rd, Central Maine Credit Union held a Cookie Challenge. For a $1 donation to Maine Credit Unions Ending Hunger Campaign, voters received a ticket to vote on their favorite cookie baked by nine of our Credit Union employees. The winning employee received a monetary prize and a matching gift for their favorite charity. The winner was Ray Soucy for his Raspberry Thumbprint Cookies and he chose New Beginnings to receive the matching donation. Central Maine Credit Union wishes to thank everyone who participated in this fun and delicious event, the bakers, the voters and those who donated so generously to this worthy cause.
In the Spirit of the Season...
It's the season for sharing, giving and caring, and that's just what Central Maine Credit Union employees did during the 2016 holiday season. Employees, pictured above, had fun shopping for their adopted family at Safe Voices to help make their holidays brighter. Other holiday contributions were shared by employees when their gifts to their favorite charities were matched by the Credit Union on Giving Tuesday. Central Maine Credit Union also held a 50/50 raffle to benefit Maine Credit Unions Ending Hunger Campaign in which over $600 was raised.