Jobs for Maine graduates shows students just how important giving back to your local community really is by doing Community Service As JMG teaches young students that giving back comes with many rewards.
2016 Newsletter that JMG sent out is filled with inspiring words. As JMG changes the way students think of school and pushes them to continue on in bettering themselves.
Washington Academy JMG closes the year with a lot to look back on. The students close out the year happy with the grant decisions they have made.
Sanford Middle School students pay it forward to help a local family.
JMG students at Durham Community School spent a day volunteering at the Coastal Humane Society in Brunswick. As this Tri-Town Weekly story points out, the day was not all work and no play.
Former Skowhegan Area High School JMG student, Lanie Howes, has taken her commitment to philanthropy to a whole new level. She was honored with the annual Youth in Philanthropy award by the New England regional chapter of the Association of … Continue reading
Maine Public Radio’s “Maine Calling” features Lori Roming, Research and Program Officer of the Unity Foundation on a program about smart philanthropy. South Portland High student Mia Smith of JMG talks about the benefits of the JOY program.
November 2013 –Will Bring Total Giving to nearly $400,000– (Unity–) More than 3,500 Maine middle and high school students will launch the sixth annual Jumpstart Our Youth (JOY) annual grant program this month to coincide with National Philanthropy Day, an … Continue reading
The Retail Association of Maine’s annual “Bidding for Good” online auction will benefit Jobs for Maine’s Graduates (JMG) this holiday season. From October 21-November 3rd 2013, bid online for fabulous Maine adventures, gift cards to favorite restaurants and stores and more–c’mon! get … Continue reading
(Unity–) Jobs for Maine’s Graduates (JMG) students from across Maine donated $64,200 in 100 grants to local and statewide nonprofits through the Jumpstart Our Youth (JOY) student philanthropy program. Throughout the school year 4500 JMG students working in their 66 … Continue reading