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News Releases

  • June 20, 2017

    The Parish House: A Long Road with Many Partners

    Bar Harbor, Maine: Local Solutions and Community Housing of Maine (CHOM) have partnered with Volunteers of America Northern New England to provide supportive permanent housing for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Local Solutions, a group of parents and concerned citizens from Mount Desert Island, began working in 2011 to create housing where people with special needs on Mount Desert Island would flourish.

  • May 1, 2017

    On May 4, the Holland Family will Present a Generous Gift to Camp POSTCARD, in memory of son and brother "Little Tim" Holland

    On Thursday May 4, at 10:00 AM, Tim Holland and Cherri Crockett (his daughter) will be in our office at Volunteers of America in Brunswick to present a donation to Camp POSTCARD for $2000. The money was raised through Tim's family's annual Ice Fishing Derby, benefitting Camp POSTCARD, in memory of Tim's son "Little Tim." (

  • March 22, 2017

    Celebrating Let's Eat!

    Let's Eat! Community leaders celebrate Food Security Volunteers of America welcomes partners helping seniors Friday, March 31, 12:00 noon, at Paul Hazelton House, 7 Smith Lane, in Saco

  • December 16, 2016

    TD Bank Awards $100,000 to Cabin in the Woods

    Cabin in the Woods moves forward with assistance from TD Bank "Housing for Everyone" provides permanent supportive housing for homeless Veterans Brunswick, ME; December 15, 2016 - - Volunteers of America has been awarded a $100,000 grant from TD Bank, through the TD Charitable Foundation's Housing for Everyone initiative, in support of the Cabin in the Woods Veterans Housing program.

  • October 3, 2016

    Peaks Island Fund makes automatic doors possible at the Peaks Island Health Center

    Thanks to Maine Community Foundation and the Peaks Island Fund, electronic door openers will be installed at the Peaks Island Health Center adjacent to Fay Garman House on Peaks Island Thursday, Oct. 6. This is the culmination of a long time, much needed dream for the health center and island residents.