Make a tax deductible donation!

The youth of Maine are blessed to have the generous support of individuals and local organizations which donate to our cause. To submit a secure donation directly through PayPal, please use the button below.


If you prefer to send in your donation directly by check, you can send to:

Maine Youth Leadership
P.O. Box 11483
Portland, ME 04104

Upon receipt of your donation we will send you a confirmation and a thank you note for your support. For further information about making a donation, please contact us at

Thank you to the 2019 Sponsors and Donors!

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Kennebec Savings Bank
Town of Yarmouth

Boothbay Harbor Rotary Club Foundation
Wendy Cunningham
Vaunalee Mae Foster
Franklin Savings Bank
Labeling Solutions
MMG Insurance Company
Susan Mooney
John & Deb Nelson
Saco & Biddeford Savings
Todd & Sarah Smith
Tom Renehan: Leadership Coach & Training

Bowl Portland, LLC
Lisa Bridge-Koenigsberg
Alan & Stacie Brown
Fidelity Charitable
Meredith Comeau
William Dunn
Laura Fralich
Daniel Gray
Rhonda Guptill
Sandy Herndon
Jennifer Lisback
Corey & GiGi McAllister
Kim & Jeff McBurnie
Patricia Ness
Network for Good
Bruce Roderick
Joel & Shelly Selwood
Theodore Stam
Nate Steele
Rebecca Swane
Sylvane Treible
Tom & Karen Varney
Maggie Veroneau
Julie Wasilewski

We need your help!

Maine Youth Leadership is a 501(c)(3) non-profit so your donation is tax deductible. About 98% of our spending goes directly to programs that benefit the students (the other 2% is for administration and filing fees). It costs about $250 to sponsor one student for our four day seminar (for meals, lodging, program supplies). Our annual leadership seminar requires about 80 individuals (counselors, junior counselors, panelists, admin help, speakers, etc.) to staff the event. Everyone involved donates their time - no one gets paid a penny.

My past weekend at MYL has been one of the best experiences of my life. Going somewhere where no one is ever to be judged, as helped me find my true self. All of the speakers, and activities has shown me that I can lead to make a difference it many others people’s lives by stepping up to what you think is right, or by volunteering to simple or big tasks. Little things can truly make a huge difference.
— Nate S.