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Educational technicians & Behavioral Health Professionals at all sites & locations.
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There Are Many Ways To Help
The Children's Center

Program Information Make A Referral Ways to Support

The Children’s Center welcomes memorial gifts, tribute gifts, matching gifts, bequests, and sponsors.

Memorial Gifts

Memorial Gifts honor the memory of someone who has passed away and provide a way to express sympathy to a family. Families are notified of gifts made in memory of a loved one.

Tribute Gifts

Tribute Gifts honor living individuals, often to acknowledge birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, births, or to acknowledge other special occasions. Businesses and individuals may make charitable gifts in someone’s name in lieu of traditional holiday gifts.

Matching Gifts

Many organizations and companies have programs in place that will match your gift, maximizing your support. Check with your company about this option.

Bequests

Leaving a gift of real estate, personal property, or cash is a wonderful way to create a legacy of caring and support for the young children of central Maine. Please contact us for more information.

Sponsorship

Community businesses and other community organizations have been instrumental in the growth and improvement at the Children’s Center. There are numerous ways companies and organizations can sponsor programs and services. Please contact us for more information.

Other Ways To Donate

AmazonSmile is an easy way to support the Children’s Center while you shop. Simply go to https://smile.amazon.com/ch/01-0275447 to find the same prices and selection as Amazon.com and the chance to donate a portion of the purchase price to the Children’s Center.

Stop by the Children’s Center to grab your CLYNK Bags and return your bottles to a participating Hannaford to donate the bottle return money to the Children’s Center. A quick and easy way to make a big difference in the lives of you children with special needs and their families.