Volunteer Drivers Needed to Help Cancer Patients Get to Treatments
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY OFFERING SIX FREE TRAININGS FOR ROAD TO RECOVERY, WHICH IS ESPECIALLY POPULAR TO VOLUNTEERS AROUND HOLIDAYS
The American Cancer Society’s Road To Recovery® program is seeking volunteer drivers all across Maine. Around the holidays, many people are looking to give back in some way, and often volunteers find this program an excellent way to do so.
While You’re Away is a unique service designed for busy adults who find themselves in the roll of primary caretaker when they aren’t able to check-in at least weekly maybe you live too far away or you need to be out of town for a while and just want to be sure someone is checking in, we’ll do that for you!
Healthy Acadia and Local Restaurants Launch “Hungry for Health 2016” Campaign to Turn the Tide on the Opioid Epidemic Downeast
l “Hungry for Health” campaign in partnership with restaurants in Hancock and Washington counties to address a locally-identified community health issue.
On Friday, October 7, Feeding the 5000 Portland will bring together an alliance of organizations to raise awareness of food waste and the social and environmental impacts on this global problem – all while shining a light on the menu of local solutions that exist to tackle it in Maine.