6 Who Care is a program that seeks to find and honor individuals who demonstrate exceptional service to their community.
6 WHO CARE is a celebration of outstanding volunteers in our community.
The Mary Rines Thompson Award has been a prestigious community honor since 1985.
6 Who Care is presented in partnership with the United Way of Greater Portland and TD Bank.
In honor of 6 Who Care, Dead River Company salutes and supports the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
In honor of 6 Who Care, Dead River Company salutes and supports Junior Achievement of Maine.
TD Bank salutes and supports Gulf of Maine Research Institute. Watch the video for much more!
In honor of 6 Who Care, TD Bank salutes and supports Good Shepherd Food-Bank.
Southern Maine Agency On Aging provides residents of York and Cumberland Counties with resources and assistance to address the issues and concerns of aging.
For ten years Hugh Tozer has volunteered in many capacities forKonbit Sante, a non-profit founded by Mainers to strengthen the health system in Haiti.
Since 2006, Patty Hagge has volunteered with The Telling Room, a nonprofit writing center in Portland.
Don volunteers extensively at both the Kennebec Valley Humane Society and at Togus VA Medical Center.
Nancy Hibbard is a 25-year volunteer at Camp Sunshine at Sebago Lake.
Caroline "Bunny" Fazekas is a founding volunteer with The Gathering Place (TGP), a drop-in day center for adults in Brunswick.
Christina Bourassa is the founder of the innovative Greater Franklin County fundraiser, Buttons for Babes.
For 16 years Jacqueline Culina (Auburn) has been a committed volunteer in the Intensive Care Unit at Central Maine Medical Center, making a difference in the lives of hundreds of people - families, patients, and staff.
Cancer Commmmunity Center is "the place to start when you don't know where to begin," providing support services in a caring, welcoming environment to adult cancer patients, loved ones, and those who have lost a loved one to cancer.
Ron Eby's work has resulted in more than $250,000 in donations enabling five thousand children and their families (more than 20,000 individuals) to benefit from the respite of Camp Sunshine.
James O'Brien has volunteered at Maine Veterans' Home in Scarborough since 1999.
Kristen Davis' daughter was born with CLOVES Syndrome. Resources, support, and information about this illness were scarce, so Kristen has made it her mission to change this.
For the past 27 years Gilman Pelletier (Waterville) has delivered hot, nutritious meals to homebound seniors in Kennebec, Somerset, and Waldo counties.
Dick Trub is a four-year volunteer at Maine Medical Center.