Your financial contributions allow us to provide a wide array of
programming. Secure online donations can be made on our giving page, or mailed to:
The Opportunity Alliance
50 Lydia Lane
South Portland ME 04106
For gifts of securities, please call Christine Stelling at (207) 523-5030 in our Development office.
Planned Gifts support the mission of the agency in the years to come. Some common planned giving options include naming The Opportunity Alliance as a beneficiary of various tools including:
Please contact Christine Stelling at (207) 523-5030 if you have an interest in making a Planned Gift, or to notify us that you have done so. Your financial advisor can help you make the choice that makes the most sense for your financial situation.
Adopt a family or individual in need through our Holiday Gift Drive.
Contact Kelsea Dunham at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 523-5063
for a wish list.
Clean out household items and donate to our quarterly Give Away Day.
Contact our staff at Parkside Neighborhood Center at email@example.com or (207) 553-5940
for information or to volunteer.
Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter, Alliances, by entering your email address at the bottom of this page.
Host a diaper drive. Diapers are a huge need in the community!
Download an information packet on this page.
Talk to your employer about becoming an event sponsor:
The Opportunity Alliance holds several fundraising events throughout the course of the year. You can become a yearlong sponsor, or sponsor individual events. For more information, download the forms below, and if you are interested in sponsoring our events, please contact Kelsea Dunham at (207)523-5063.
Attend the next Behind the Scenes and learn about what we do every day.
Check our community calendar for dates.
Ensure the long-term viability of The Opportunity Alliance by including
us in your estate planning. For more information, contact Christine Stelling, SVP of
development, at (207) 523-5030 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your time and effort can make a huge difference. For volunteer opportunities within the agency, visit Volunteer Maine.
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