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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. Click here for the 2012 6 Who Care Nomination Form (Adobe Acrobat required).
2010 marked the 25th Anniversary of the Mary Rines Thompson Award.
6 Who Care is presented in partnership with the United Way of Greater Portland and TD Bank.
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.
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.
For 24 years Vernon Watters and his Eagle Bassmasters club members have taken the Camp Sunshine campers on child-sized fishing expeditions on Sebago Lake.
For more than 50 years, Barbara Moulton has participated in or led the Kittery Holiday Baskets project, providing celebratory food and gifts to approximately 150 homes.
Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) provides civil legal advice and representation for low-income people in every county in Maine.
Dr. Peter McGuire founded the Oasis Health Care Network, providing "free quality medical care with dignity" to the uninsured adult population of the Greater Mid-Coast area.
John Grovo started volunteering at Hollis Elementary School in 2000, at age 80.
Joanna Moore's volunteer history spans nearly twenty years and has impacted thousands of lives.
Bob Davis provides policy, strategic, and financial leadership to United Way of Mid Coast Maine.