It’s better to give than to receive—a sentiment shared by the Trueline workforce and especially on display this time of year.
For this should be the most wonderful time of the year for everyone. Unfortunately too many households are struggling to meet basic needs, much less holiday cheer for the youngsters.
Fa la la la! The holidays are here, and thanks to the efforts of one of our talented writers, Neil Cote, TrueLine Publishing is doing its part to make the lives of 25 Portland, Maine-area kids a little brighter this December.
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 fire, or when someone rode a bike for miles with flat tires, it’s because the connections we make with our team members while we are camping don’t stop when we leave the woods.
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.
Its 4:30 p.m. on a Friday night — while most people are preparing to leave the office and kickoff the weekend the excit ement is also building in the recreation room at Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine.
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, employment opportunities and much more.
With its annual fundraising campaign underway, United Way of Greater Portland is turning to small businesses to help reach its goal of $7.6 million.
Last night’s Twilight5K was a blast! Our team of 18 runners and hundreds of other women and men joined together with the Maine Cancer Foundation to help fight cancer. We are proud to have sponsored and participated in such a fun and inspirational event!
It’s been a long time coming, but tonight is the Maine Cancer Foundation’s Twilight 5K and our team of 18 runners, walkers and joggers couldn’t be more excited!