Auburn PAL needs your help now more than ever.
The Auburn Police Activities League (PAL) has been changing kids’ lives since 2013. We are proud of the impact we have had on children and families in our community. The PAL Center is a drop-in center offering after school and summer programs, homework assistance, mentoring, healthy meals, athletics, programs and activities to over 100 children each week.
Simply put, Auburn PAL needs your help. We are asking businesses and individuals in Auburn and Lewiston to help make it possible for PAL to continue to make a difference for the children in our community.
As costs rise, we find that the various PAL fundraisers, such as Leadercast, Jam the Gym and others, are not providing the level of financial stability we need to cover heating and electric costs and to support our many programs.
Auburn PAL is asking you to consider helping us by supporting our 100 by 100 campaign. If 100 generous individuals and businesses in our community each support Auburn PAL with a gift of $100, we will be able to cover our costs through the winter, allowing PAL to continue to deliver the mentoring, support and activities that our PAL kids so greatly enjoy.
That’s only $1 per child that we serve - won’t you please help?
PAL offers a fun, safe place where our children can thrive, learn and connect - with each other, with police officers, and with community volunteers. You can either use the attached remittance envelope to mail us a check or you can visit our website (www.auburnpal.com) and make your donation there. As a small token of our thanks, we will send you a PAL decal that we hope you will display proudly.
We thank you very much for your consideration. If you would like to learn more about Auburn PAL or this campaigh, call Rita Beaudry 207.333.6650 X2052.
Auburn PAL is a self-sustaining, volunteer-led organization. Our board consists of Auburn Police Officers and members of our community. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, so your gift is tax deductible. Our mission is to build a partnership between youth, police, and the community through recreational, athletic and educational programs designed to encourage our youth to develop good citizenship and leadership, reduce the incidence of juvenile crime, and improve the quality of life as our young people grow up to become successful, contributing members of the community.