Category: Community Outreach

Introducing Trueline’s Window to Portland

Reading Time: 4 minutes Trueline has a storied connection to the local arts scene. From our home in Portland, Maine’s historic Arts District, we’ve gotten a firsthand look at the people—often colorful, sometimes weird—who, like us, call Portland home. Trueline makes every effort to create a company culture that’s both fun and inclusive. It’s no wonder we’re continually named one of the Best Places to Work in Maine. One of our most beloved ties…

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Trueline’s Again Marching with the Salvation Army

Reading Time: 2 minutes While the holiday season will look and feel much different this year, for so many people in our community, the needs remain the same. With business closures and employee layoffs dominating the economic news, and with no letup of COVID-19’s impact as the new year approaches, it’s more important than ever that we help those…

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How to Clean Your Closet—Trueline Style

Reading Time: 2 minutes Clothes: we wear them. Then we throw them away at an alarming rate. According to United Nation’s Environment Programme, the equivalent of one garbage truck full of clothes is burned or dumped in a landfill every second. If that seems like a terrible waste, consider this: It takes around 700 gallons of water to produce…

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We raft (and camp) with a little help from our friends

Reading Time: 2 minutes The saying goes, “What happens in The Forks, stays in The Forks”, but when it comes to our Annual White Water Rafting Trip (aka Annual Camping Trip with a Rafting Component) that’s just not true. It’s not because we want to continually bring up moments like when our commemorative camping stickers were thrown into the…

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TrueLine Publishing Raises $8,000 for United Way of Greater Portland

Reading Time: < 1 minute For the second year in a row, TrueLine Publishing has participated in the United Way of Greater Portland’s (UWGP) Give It Forward, Get it Back campaign, which encourages people and organizations to come together to make measurable progress in strengthening our community through volunteer and monetary donations.

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TrueLine Publishing Gives Back: A Night at Preble Street Soup Kitchen

Reading Time: < 1 minute Preble Street celebrated 40 years in operation this year. The organization opened its doors in 1975 and has been working to help the hungry, homeless and low-income residences of Portland, Maine by providing free meals, food pantry service, shelter, access to clothing, phones, bathrooms, mail and other vital human resources such as health care, mental health treatment,…

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