The Cancer Support Center of Maine | Donate
Great story done by Channel 5 on the Darling's donations to local non-profits that help support cancer patients. Spoiler Alert!! Cancer Support Center of Maine is one!!
Thank you for considering a contribution to the Cancer Support Center of Maine. Your gift helps the Center provide FREE services to cancer patients, survivors, and people at risk in Maine through education, outreach, advocacy, and social support.
The Center is an IRS designated 501 (c)(3) non-profit, tax exempt organization, so your gift is tax deductible. There are many ways to support us, below are just a few.
We can't do it without you. Please give generously today. Click on the Donate Now link to give to the Cancer Support Center of Maine through JustGive.org. You may make a one-time gift or a recurring gift to the Center. Recurring gifts provide the Center with solid, predictable funds and you only have to sign up once!
JustGive.org provides an easy and secure way to make an online donation to the Center. (97% of your donation through JustGive.org will be sent to the Cancer Support Center of Maine. Donate Now
Corporate Matching Gifts
Many companies will match employee donations to a charitable organization, providing an easy way for you to possibly double your individual contribution to the Center. Please ask your employer if they offer a matching gift program.
Donate by Mail
If you prefer not to make an online donation through JustGive.org, please send a check to the Center at the following address:
Cancer Support Center of Maine
147 Main Street
Bucksport, ME 04416
"Almost everyone knows someone directly who has had cancer - we are all impacted by this insidious disease.
The Cancer Support Center helps Maine residents cope and offers hope to cancer patients and their loved ones.
I am asking you to consider joining me and other area residents in giving to the Cancer Support Center of Maine. These are difficult times - but the population we serve is hit physically and emotionally, as well as financially, and their need is great."
Barbara Vittum, Executive Director