Donations

No, thank you! Really. Maine’s 73rd District deserves a Representative who is not for sale. When other politicians say community first, I mean it. Invest in our community, please and thank you. If you would like to support this campaign, instead…

  1. Share.
    Talk about keeping money out of politics and tell three friends about this campaign. Follow Tiffany on facebook, twitter, instagram, and YouTube.
  2. #MaineRaising.
    Contribute by shopping or donating to worthy causes. Check out the #MaineRaising page for the current focus.
    Shopping
    Spend the same amount you would donate for change to make real change in our community. Every day, every dollar, you vote. Shop at small, locally-run businesses that treat their employees and community well. Support your neighbors instead of derogatory political TV ads no one wants to watch that give profit to large, out-of-state corporate ownership.
    Donate
    Below is a sampling of not-for-profit organizations in District 73. Take the same amount you would otherwise contribute to this campaign to a District 73 not-for-profit organization, and tell them that “Tiffany doesn’t want my money for her state house campaign.”

    1. Donors Choose – below are the schools in District 73. Keep an eye out for projects that show up, donate any amount that works for you (or send a check directly to the school), and leave a #MaineRaising note.
      1. Forest Hills Consolidated School
      2. Kingfield Elementary
      3. Mount Abram High School
      4. Phillips Elementary
      5. Rangeley Lakes Regional School
    2. District 73 also has Carrabassett Valley Academy, which is a private school focused on skiing. Their scholarship program helps children with this passion who cannot afford to attend.
    3. Maine Adaptive Sport and Recreation
    4. Outdoor Heritage Museum
    5. Rangeley Friends of the Arts
    6. Safe Voices
    7. The River Fund
  3. Show your receipts!
    If this campaign has inspired you to spend in the district, post it to facebook, twitter or instagram using #MaineRaising. Post your purchases, photos of dining out and/or your receipts, tag the campaign and the business too!
    (if you post a receipt, please blur any information associated with payment)
  4. Write a letter to the editor.
    Not in Maine? No problem! Write to your local paper. #MaineRaising works best when people from all over participate and maybe it’ll catch on in your home town. Don’t forget to tag the campaign or “@” Tiffany if you get published.
  5. Review your Favorites.
    Take 5 minutes and review your favorite business or Maine location online. It’s free and helps folks from away find the best Maine’s 73rd District has to offer.
  6. Learn.
    It can be so overwhelming to figure out every issue that could impact you being handled at a state or federal office. Pick a few reputable sources to dedicate a 10 minutes to each morning so you have an idea of what your government is and isn’t doing for you.
  7. Take a Maine Weekend.
    Explore the state. Head to Newry, Carrabassett Valley, or Rangeley in off-season. Grab your GPS and go somewhere in Maine’s 73rd District you haven’t. Make it a Maine adventure.
  8. Have fun.
    Politics doesn’t have to be a war; it’s a collaboration for a better us.