Some really encouraging activity- from Outreach Chair, Sue Grindle
"We have gotten some lovely thank you notes from the allocations we have sent out. Friends in Action is using our donation to transport patients for dialysis and cancer treatments. Tree of Life has received our donation for the Rosborough Scholarship and still plans to donate it to a deserving 2020 graduate. Volunteers for Hancock County Jail will be supplying extra postage stamps to folks on the inside who cannot visit with their loved ones. The Free Medical Clinic in Ellsworth is grateful for our donation as they continue to cope with Covid-19 and all of the extra needed cleaning and sterilization processes.
And The Eagles' Nest sent a lovely handmade thankyou for cleaning supplies. I also received a thank you note from their parent organization, OHI, as it appears that one of you has anonymously made a donation via a $200.00 gift card. How thoughtful and kind! I add my sincere thanks as well.
You will be glad to hear that HOME has been awarded a $30,000.00 grant for the purchasing of PPE supplies. This takes one worry away from Tracey Hair who has done a phenomenal job taking care of the Homeless in our area. She has done so well that other organizations are using her protocols for their programs."
An added note from Brenda Swazey:
The Eagles Nest Club House would appreciate donations of fresh vegetables for their meals. This group is also in need of (disposable only) face masks.
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