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Tom's of Maine Invites Public Participation in 50 States for Good Program
Date:6/8/2009

COMMUNITY-BUILDING PROJECT SEEKS INVOLVEMENT ACROSS THE UNITED STATES; ASKS PUBLIC TO DIRECT ITS FUNDING OF NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

KENNEBUNK, Maine, June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Tom's of Maine introduces 50 States for Good, a new program directed at organizations that make a difference in their communities. The national program asks the public to help Tom's of Maine reward non-profit organizations focused on lasting, positive change.

Tom's of Maine is a longtime supporter of community involvement programs, such as clean waterways and greater access to quality, affordable dental care. Through the 50 States for Good program, the company is now asking its consumers to help decide what projects around the country should receive the company's financial support. With a $100,000 community action fund and a goal of inspiring participation across all 50 states, Tom's of Maine encourages people to share their opinions on the projects that matter most to them.

Tom's of Maine has created a virtual hub at www.50statesforgood.com, where applications for participation and program information are available to any qualifying 501 (c)(3) organization beginning today through August 30. After the submission phase, a community vote will determine five projects to receive $20,000 each.

"Tom's of Maine is founded on the belief that communities working together can solve problems and make a meaningful impact in the world," said Rob Robinson, director of common good partnerships at Tom's of Maine. "By widening our efforts, and encouraging individuals to tell us what matters most to them, we feel like our support can have an even greater impact. To us, there's no limit to what we can achieve together if we support the good work going on in communities all around the country."

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