Spinglass Management Group, LLC believes in building stronger, more diverse communities and encourages our team’s involvement both inside and outside of the office. We graciously support several organizations, memberships and events that make a difference within our community.
A member of our team participated on this non-profit board. Affiliated Healthcare Systems is a Maine-based company that has proudly built one of the largest integrated healthcare support networks in all of New England.
Anah Temple has been a part of the Bangor community since 1920. Their motto is “Having fun, helping kids.” One of our team members has committed time to various children’s and community activities in support of this fine organization.
We strongly believe in supporting the development of the community in which we live. The Chamber is an independent, not-for-profit membership organization which has been supporting our community and local businesses since 1888.
Serving on community boards such as the museum and history center is our way of supporting local organizations.
Serving on committees for community based organizations allows to use our experience to enhance other organizations. The mission of EMHS and Mercy “is to maintain and improve the health and well-being of the people of Maine through a well-organized network of local health care providers who together offer high quality, cost-effective services to their communities.”
These houses provide temporary housing for those in need of transition from an institution or a homeless situation. We have supported this charity through Board membership.
We support this local historical and cultural organization to enrich our community.
Our organization participates in the local chapter of the Knights of Columbus. The Knights were formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works.
We have volunteered for this organization in the form of chaperoning field trips and fundraising. The Mabel I. Wilson School serves the towns of Cumberland and North Yarmouth, Maine. Named after one of the districts highly respected former math teacher, the Wilson School opened its doors in 1967.
Members of our team support local charities such as the Maine Cancer Foundation, Maine Cancer Patients and Research, and Maine Coalition to Fight Prostate Cancer through events including the Tri for a Cure, and the Portland Sea Dog’s Mother’s Day and Father’s Day 5K.
A member of our team currently heads the board of trustees of this 41 year old, statewide non-profit that advances the mission “…to promote and preserve historic places, buildings, downtowns and neighborhoods, strengthening the cultural and economic vitality of Maine communities.”
We have donated time in the form of a staff member to the largest substance abuse treatment center in Maine. They offer inpatient and outpatient programs for adults with addiction illnesses.
We feel strongly that we should give back to our local community through participation in a variety of areas including elected office and volunteer committees.
Members of our Firm belong to the local area YMCA. The YMCA of Southern Maine has been a strong and positive force in our community for more than 150 years. Today there are 4 branches, Casco Bay, Greater Portland, Northern York County, and Pineland, as well as 12 before and after school sites throughout Cumberland and Northern York Counties.
A member of our team is a long time member of the museum and is a dedicated financial supporter of this nationally recognized institution that “…strives to enrich the lives of people through acquisition, preservation, and interpretation of the visual arts and the Museum’s architecturally significant buildings.”
We regularly give our time to this non profit organization which provides accessible services designed to empower people experiencing problems in their lives. The Center advocates for the homeless and less fortunate, fulfilling basic needs and care.
Safe Passage is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working in Guatemala City to bring hope, education, and opportunity to the children and families living in extreme poverty around the City’s garbage dump. Our program serves over 550 children, ranging in age from 2 to 21 years, coming from nearly 300 families in the surrounding neighborhoods.
A member of our team is a member of the Board for this organization. Their mission is: “Building partnerships to support the inclusion of all children, adolescents, and young adults with special needs and their families in Maine communities.”
Several members of our team are passionate about soccer and pass on their skill for the game to up and coming young players. During the soccer season they donate their time and energies on the field helping to build self esteem and confidence by coaching area youths in the game which has contributed to several championship wins.