Project Community is committed to supporting local individuals and familiies through our emergency community assistance program. We recognize that from time to time, many neighbors are in need of a helping hand. For this reason, we are committed to helping local individuals and families find assistance when they need it most. We do this by connecting those in need to resources that currently exist in the local community and by providing limited financial assistance, as our resources allow, for emergency situations.
Because our resources are very limited, our emergency assistance efforts are limited to residents living in Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, or Arundel. We work hard to not duplicate the efforts of other wonderful agencies in our community, and when we receive a request for assistance, we first work to find existing resources that may be available. We recognize, however, that sometimes there are no available resources to meet a person’s unique needs. In these cases, Project Community works to commit limited resources to help in emergency situation.
Examples of financial assistance we have granted in the past include:
- Fuel Assistance
- Utility Payment Assistance
- Car Repair
- Security Deposit for Apartment
If you would like to request assistance or learn more about Project Community, please call (207) 967-1911 or contact us at email@example.com.
Project Harvest addresses the ongoing food needs in our community through programs such as HARVEST CAFE, a delicious monthly complimentary dinner held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Kennebunk. PROJECT PILGRIM, an annual complimentary Thanksgiving Day dinner, and THE NOEL DINNER, an annual dinner served on Christmas, are both held at St. Martha’s Church in Kennebunk and are free to the community.
For more information about Harvest Cafe, Project Pilgrim, or the Noel Dinner, please contact Eva Barnfather by calling (207) 967-1911 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Pilgrim is an annual complimentary Thanksgiving Day dinner prepared and served at St. Martha’s Church in Kennebunk. Volunteers also offer transportation to and from the event as well as deliver and serve dinners to the homes of community members who are physically unable to attend.
The 13th Annual Project Pilgrim will be held on Thursday, November 24th, 2011 from 12:30pm – 2:00pm at St. Martha’s Church in Kennebunk. To make reservations, request a meal delivery, or learn more about volunteering, please contact Erin Smith at (207) 967-1911.