May 16, 2019
Cornerstone Superstar: J.S. McCarthy Printers
J.S. McCarthy Printers, an Augusta-based family-owned commercial printing company with locations in four states, has been partnering with United Way of Kennebec Valley for more than 25 years.
Through a corporate gift and donations from many J.S. McCarthy employees, the company and its staff have pledged to contribute a total of $82,112 in 2019. This contribution again positions J.S. McCarthy as one of United Way’s 12 Cornerstone Partners, which collectively make up more than 53 percent of UWKV’s annual campaign. With J.S. McCarthy’s support, United Way increased its overall fundraising total by 5 percent, raising a record-breaking $1,745,000 for 51 local nonprofit organizations.
Since the 1940s, J.S. McCarthy Printers has experienced continuous growth and competitive success in a fast-paced and ever-changing industry. Rick and Patty Tardiff became owners of the company in 2000, consolidating the printing operations and personnel in Hallowell and Farmington and moving to a central Augusta location. Jon, Amy, Michael and Matthew Tardiff—siblings and current owner operators of J.S. McCarthy—are now making their mark as community volunteers who bring their respective talent and energy to boards, committees and area causes.
J.S. McCarthy is a major supporter of United Way’s initiatives, including the Golf Scramble, the Food Pantry Project, and the Day of Caring student volunteer event in 17 schools. Amy currently serves on United Way’s Board of Directors and will chair the organization’s Leadership Circle with her husband, Sam Pakraftar, in the upcoming campaign. Michael and his twin brother, Matthew, chaired United Way’s 2014 campaign, spearheading the effort to raise more than $1.5 million for local nonprofits. In addition, Michael served as the UWKV Board Chair in 2016.
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