Katahdin Trust Employees Raise Funds for Autism
Employees of a local community bank recently donated $769 to Autism Society of Maine.
“Once a month Katahdin Trust employees can donate a minimum of $1 to participate in our Casual Because We Care program,” explains Krista Putnam, Vice President, Marketing. “We are very pleased to provide Autism Society of Maine with this donation. Their work helps ensure that resources and support are available to autistic individuals and their families throughout Maine. We appreciate all their efforts and are excited to do our part to help make a difference in our communities.”
Katahdin Trust employees can dress casually on the second Friday of each month in support of various non-profit organizations throughout Maine. Each employee that participates in Casual Because We Care Days donates a minimum of $1 in exchange for the privilege to dress casually and wear jeans. Proceeds are sent quarterly to a pre-selected non-profit organization.
The Autism Society of Maine (ASM) is a non-profit organization founded in 1976, whose membership consists of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), their families, members of the community, and the professionals who work with them. As an affiliate of the Autism Society, their mission is to promote lifelong access and opportunity for all individuals on the autism spectrum to become participating members of their communities. Education, advocacy, support and public awareness form the cornerstones of the Autism Society of Maine's efforts to carry forth the mission. Learn more by visiting www.asmonline.org.
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