Help us decide how to divide $50,000 among worthy non-profit organizations by clicking on the "Our Community, Your E-Vote" logo to the right and voting for your favorite organization! 

In 2016, the community was invited to determine how to share $50,000 among non-profit organizations in The Provident Community Foundation’s 17th annual “Our Community, Your E-Vote” program. Based on the public’s votes, the Bank divided the funds among 42 diverse organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life for residents throughout its service area of greater Amesbury and Newburyport, Massachusetts, and Seacoast New Hampshire. 

This year's voting period is May 1, 2017 - May 31, 2017 - Don't miss the opportunity to cast your vote! 

Photo: 2016 OCYEV Participants

Participating non-profits for 2017 included:

1st Lt. Derek Hines Soldiers Assistance Fund, American Independence Museum, Amesbury Educational Foundation, Amesbury for Africa, Anna Jaques Aid Association, Antaya Foundation for Science & Technology, Boys & Girls Club of the Lower Merrimack Valley, Boys & Girls Club of Manchester, Child & Family Services, Chucky’s Fight, Coastal Connections, Cocheco Valley Humane Society, Cross Roads House, Families First, Girls on the Run, Great Bay Charter School, Hampton Community Coalition at Hobbs House, Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center, Lowell’s Boat Shop, Lucy's Love Bus, Moore Center, New Hampshire Film Festival, New Heights, One Sky Community Services, Our Neighbors’ Table, Pennies for Poverty, Pentucket Fine & Performing Arts Foundation, Portsmouth Music and Arts Center, Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Seacoast Youth Services, St. Vincent de Paul Community Assistance Center, Front Door Agency, The Pettengill House, Transportation Assistance for Seacoast Citizens, Tuck Museum - Hampton Historical Society, Turning Point, Whittier Home and YMCA Camp Lincoln.