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Community Partners

At Town & Country we believe a strong community brings value to our members, our staff, and our neighbors. So, we work to develop strong relationships with community partners on important causes and programs that together we can make a difference in our neighbors’ lives and make Maine a better place to live for all.
Some of our partners include:

Maine Cancer Foundation

Ray Ruby Executive Director

Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland

Jeana Roth, Director of Community Engagement

Kids First Center

“When I took over the leadership of Kids First Center in 2019, Town & Country FCU was the first community partner to reach out to me, and its support for our non-profit has not waivered. We have collaborated in presenting the workshop, Uncoupling Your Money in Separation and Divorce with experts at Town & Country. Whether it is a program for parents, a professional conference, or a fundraising gala, Town & Country is a constant supporter of the Kids First Center. We are proud to have Town & Country as a community partner in the mission of creating peace for children when their parents live apart.”   Tim Robbins, Executive Director

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland

Town & Country has long been an advocate for affordable housing in Maine.  Their team has enthusiastically supported Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland with funding, volunteers, and mortgage and financial education programs for our families. We were very grateful when they stepped up to become an early supporter of the Critical Home Repair Program, and they continue to partner with us to innovate new ways to ensure that all Mainers have a safe and affordable place to call home. Tara Hill, Executive Director

Portland Community Recovery Center

Town and Country Federal Credit Union has been a true campion and community partner with Portland Recovery for helping people in early recovery get back on their feet.  From offering free classes about managing money, to meeting one-on-one, to creating individualized financial solutions, TCFU has helped countless people locally and across Maine rebuild their financial health and move forward as they recover from addiction.  We are so grateful to TCFU and how they help the recovery community’s members learn, grow, and thrive. Thank you!  Leslie Clark, Executive Director

Jump $tart of Maine

“As an all-volunteer Coalition, we rely heavily on our sponsors and partners. Without Town & Country FCU, Maine Jumpstart would not be able to fulfill its mission to provide training and support to Maine’s personal finance and economics educators. Together, we are working to ensure that every Mainer has access to financial education, and Town & Country FCU is on the forefront of this important work.”  Mary Dyer, President

Eastern Trail Alliance

Jon Kachmar, Executive Director

Southern Maine Agency on Aging

“We have been so pleased with Town & Country’s support for older adults in our community, and how they continue to center the needs of individuals in their work. Most recently, Town & Country made it possible for many older adults to receive Meals on Wheels in York and Cumberland Counties. It is because of partnerships like the one with Town & Country that Southern Maine Agency on Aging is able to serve thousands of older adult clients, year over year.”   Megan Walton, Chief Executive Officer

Hunger organizations

Including Wayside Food Program, the Locker Project, South Portland Food Cupboard, and others.
A Locker Project Community Partner since 2016, Town & Country Federal Credit Union has made a real difference for Greater Portland families by providing generous funding for our holiday bags and school-based child hunger programs. As we move into a new space this fall and work to share even more healthy food across Greater Portland, we are truly grateful for Town & Country’s ongoing support!

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