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Sprague strives to be a good corporate citizen with a strong focus on the markets where we operate. As an industry leader, we recognize the importance in giving back to the communities where we live and work.

Sprague dedicates significant resources to improving communities—both as a company and through our employees. Our annual charitable contribution program donates to dozens of local organization across our footprint. Apply here to be considered for funding. We prioritize organizations and projects benefiting children and the environment.
 
  • Sprague is a founding member of the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire located in Dover.  With nearly 100,000 visitors a year, the Children’s Museum is New Hampshire’s première museum providing learning opportunities to children of all ages while supporting and enriching the services of local schools.
  • Sprague is a significant donor to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. For more than 20 years, Sprague has hosted an annual customer appreciation charity golf event - surpassing the $1,000,000 mark in 2013, a year when it raised over $100,000 for this organization which works with children and adults affected by neuromuscular diseases.
  • With both financial and personal resources, Sprague supports the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of the Greater Seacoast organization which pairs at-risk youth with adults interested in helping them realize their potential and build their futures.
  • Through financial contributions and the donation of its tanks as the canvas, Sprague has supported the Maine Center for Creativity and its dedication of linking the arts and the industrial economy.  The result has been what has recently become the largest public arts display in the world in South Portland, Maine.
  • Sprague employees participate in the annual Penguin Plunge for Special Olympics which is typically held on a (very) cold January day. The Sprague group, affectionately named “Buck’s Ducks,” plunges into the Atlantic Ocean to raise funds for the Special Olympics of New Hampshire.
  • Additionally, Sprague Employees volunteer thousands of hours, working with dozens of nonprofit organizations across the Northeast.  The company actively supports our employees’ volunteerism. One example is our regular support of the United Way Day of Caring where dozens of employees participate in community service activities.

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