Community Outreach

The people at CES take the company’s values to heart. One of our values is the importance of contributing positively to our communities and our environment. Through volunteerism and financial support, we have a longstanding history of supporting many great causes.

Some of the organizations we have proudly supported include:

  • United Way of Eastern Maine
  • Katahdin Area Boy Scouts
  • Piscataquis County
  • University of Maine
  • MS Walk
  • Bangor Area Stormwater Group Stream Cleanup
  • Literacy Volunteers of Maine
  • United Way of Androscoggin County
  • Salvation Army
  • and more…


Toys, clothes and all kinds of fun stuff was donated by employees to local children during the Salvation Army Angel Tree Program held in Brewer, Maine.

CES’ Lewiston, Maine office collected toys and clothing to be donated to local children through the Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce, in a program called Stuff the Bus!

Food Drive

CES received the Gold Award from United Way of Eastern Maine for a third year. Recipients are acknowledged for meeting criteria such as campaign total greater than the year before, average gift greater than $260, employee participation greater than 40% and hosting special fundraising events.

CES staff members donated new and used books for the Book Drive for Literacy, a drive sponsored by the Literacy Volunteers of Bangor to assist adults learn how to read in the Greater Bangor Area.

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A CES team of volunteers join the Spring Clean Up in Brewer, Bangor and Orono each year to pick up trash along parks and streams to protect the quality of the local water resources.

MS Walk

A CES team of staff, family and friends join together annually for the MS Walk held in Brewer/Bangor to help raise funds for this important cause.

CES employees enjoy taking part in Pedal the Penobscot, an annual event that supports the Bangor Land Trust to preserve public access to Bangor’s wild back yard.

Future Promises Job Fair is held annually at the University of Maine – Machias. CES hosts an educational booth each year for school children in grades 3-6. The purpose of the fair is to provide are children the opportunity to meet people in various professional fields to help open their horizons of careers available in Maine.

Brewer High School Robotics Team is supported by engineer mentors from CES who help students build a complex robot and compete against other teams. The First Program is a STEM program that provides students with the opportunity to work with adult engineers to help promote science and technology