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For donations made by cash or check, please mail to:

Camden Cares

PO Box 1254

Camden, ME 04843

About Camden Cares

Camden Cares was formed in April 2023 to promote and protect the health and economic well-being of Camden, Maine, and to propose and promote solutions for the health and economic well-being of Camden, Maine.

Members of the Board of Directors are volunteers who are donating their financial support, time and expertise to Camden Cares. They do not and will not receive any compensation for their participation in the organization or its efforts. 

Contact us at: camdencaresorg@gmail.com

 

Camden Cares - 501c4 Charter

Camden Cares, ("the corporation") was formed exclusively to promote and protect the health and economic well-being of Camden, Maine, and to propose and promote solutions for the health and economic well-being of Camden, Maine.  

 

Camden Cares will conduct necessary research and or collation of information to determine societal factors of health, economic, crime, and or education that cause or increase health and or economic harm and develop and promote plans to alleviate and prevent or eliminate citizen health and or economic harm, and also develop and promote plans that increase citizen health and prosperity.  

Incidental to the exclusive purpose the corporation shall advocate federal, state, county and local town legislation, rules, regulations, budgets and votes to care for the social welfare of the town of Camden, Maine. The corporation may take necessary action to support its lobbying efforts.

Board of Directors

Jordan Cohen, President
Pete T. Rich, Vice President

Jesse Bifulco

Wendy Leeper

Jeffrey Lewis 
Sophie Piconi 

We Need Your Support!

We rely on community donations to support our efforts to protect and promote the social welfare of Camden, Maine. 

All contributions are used for the creation and distribution of campaign materials designed to educate and mobilize Camden's residents and other stakeholders.

 

Examples of how funds are deployed include but may not be limited to:

  • Yard/lawn signs 

  • Fliers/handouts

  • Brochures & informational hand-outs.

  • Direct mail campaigns

  • Online advertising and social media advertising campaigns

  • Campaign website(s)

  • Online and in-person events

  • Educational videos and video advertisements

  • Educational resources, research, etc.

Important Note

 

Contribu­tions to civic leagues or other section 501(c)(4) organizations generally are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. They may be deductible as trade or business expenses, if ordinary and necessary in the conduct of the taxpayer’s business. 

Consult with a licensed tax advisor for more information.

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