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cPort is accepting applications from members and non-members for the second round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding. Congress passed this new COVID-19 Relief Bill in order to help businesses keep their workforce employed during the pandemic. Both first-time and second-time applicants are eligible. Not sure if you qualify for a PPP loan? Afraid that…

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Scammers are taking full advantage of the fact that many Americans are eagerly awaiting their chance to receive the COVID vaccine. Some people may get blind-sided by the shiny light at the end of the tunnel and fall victim to fraud along the way. Here are a few tips we want to keep in mind…

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With cooler temperatures nearing and the pandemic still at the forefront, many Mainers continue to struggle to find ways to put food on the table and keep their families fed. We’ve partnered with the Maine Credit Union League to support the Ending Hunger Campaign. The campaign is the largest, non-hunger organization-based philanthropic fundraising effort to…

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Over the summer, the Retail Association of Maine, Portland Chamber of Commerce, and Maine Grocers and Food Producers Association developed and launched the statewide Let’s Be Kind campaign. cPort is proud to promote the mission of the Let’s Be Kind campaign. cPort’s President & CEO, Gene Ardito says, “The purpose of the campaign is simple.…

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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic many Mainers are struggling to put food on their tables and keep their families fed. Community is one of our core values at cPort, which is why we’re teaming up with the Maine Credit Union League to help end hunger in Maine.  The League’s Ending Hunger Campaign is…

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