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September 21, 2023 2023 Giving Guide

Augusta Teen Center


Our Ask

You can make a difference: every teen is one caring adult away from success!

2024 Goals

Renovate and rejuvenate our facility, expand our program reach to surrounding communities, improve our community relations and the opportunities for our teens. We want to serve more teens better.

Together we can conquer anything!

Fundraising events/Opportunities

We have an annual appeal in November and the St. Patrick’s Day Annual Auction in March. Please reach out to us with donations or offers of in-kind services that would benefit teens. We are actively in search of equipment that would enhance our teens’ creative abilities in the arts and sciences.

What if one opportunity or experience could change their lives forever? Here is the 2023 Ironman 70.3 Maine teen volunteer group led by Ashley Healey, assistant director, Elizabeth McCausland, program coordinator, and Brooke Averill, JMG specialist at the Augusta Teen Center.

Giving Opportunities

We are constantly looking to expand the experiences of our teens, connecting them with our community. If you have an interest in sponsoring a particular event or experience, please contact us. We also have numerous events we’ve already planned throughout the year, and we can match your sponsorship to a wonderful enrichment opportunity.

Augusta Teen Center youth leadership team attending the Maine Youth Action Network Conference at the University of Maine, Orono

Volunteer Opportunities

If you have a talent or your organization’s work might be of interest to teens, we would love to host you or bring our teens to you. Volunteers go through the Boys & Girls Club of America screening process and then can interact with our teens as mentors. Remember, it only takes one caring adult to change a teen’s life!

Augusta Teen Center staff (pictured from left to right): Brooke Averill, JMG Specialist; Ashley Healey, Assistant Director; and Elizabeth McCausland, Program Coordinator.