Jim Wellehan is honored with Maddy Corson Community Catalyst Award
AUBURN, ME (June 11, 2015) Maine Association of Nonprofits along with local area nonprofits including United Way of Androsocoggin County, Auburn-Lewiston YMCA, SafeVoices, The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing, Maine Community Health Options and many more gathered with community members at the Hilton Garden Inn Auburn Riverwatch to honor a loyal, well-respected, generous supporter of our community.
Each year, Maine Association of Nonprofits presents the Maddy Corson Community Catalyst Award to a champion for nonprofits. This award is named for Maddy Corson, an extraordinary mentor, connector and role model for every single person she meets, with a commitment to enhancing community life.
"[Jim] is engaged in tackling the tough questions about raising money in Androscoggin County to help the nonprofit community." stated Meg Greene, Partner at Brann & Isaacson and Board Member of Maine Association of Nonprofits. Joleen Bedard, executive director of United Way of Androscoggin County described Jim as "A catalyst in our community, an advocate, and a large supporter of so many causes."
United Way of Androscoggin County was honored to be present at the event amongst Jim's closest friends, employees and coworkers and the local nonprofit community. Pictured below is Terri Cook, VP, Branch Administrator at Mechanics' Savings Bank and United Way of Androscoggin County Board Vice Chair, Jim Wellehan and Larry Marcoux, Director of Community Impact at United Way of Androscoggin County.
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