Stories

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  • Our Faith Partners

    they keep us thriving

    First Parish Church in Saco and Next Level Church put on a luscious community meal for residents of Paul Hazelton Our Faith partners bring joy, spirit and sometimes wonderful meals to our residents and clients. They travel to nearly every corner we serve, and arrive with smiles, food, games, garden tools and craft supplies, and they are patient and attentive listeners.

  • This Page is a Big, Big Deal

    Way to go! Awesome! You're incredible! We knew you could do it!

    New hires, Anniversaries, Promotions, and High Fives

  • Spiritual 911

    Maine's Clergy First Responders

    Inspired in part by by Volunteers of America's Ministry of Service, American Red Cross of Maine has created a statewide network of Spiritual Care Disaster Responders. Ordained clergy from across the state are available and on call to attend any crisis situation where there has been loss of life.

  • Founders Week Facts

    Volunteers of America quick reference guide

    Volunteers of America is the charity that always steps forward to help the most vulnerable. For 120 years, we have taken on the most difficult tasks to help the most underserved.

  • We Are Here Because of YOU

    we celebrate Founders Day on March 8, thank you for your support!

    Volunteers of America was founded on March 8, 1896 by social reformers Ballington Booth and his wife Maud Booth in the Great Hall of New York's Coopers Union.

  • A Brief History of Volunteers of America

    from our National Office

    Volunteers of America was founded on March 8, 1896 by social reformers Ballington Booth and his wife Maud Booth in the Great Hall of New York's Coopers Union. Ballington Booth was the son of General William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army, and the couple served as officers with the Army in Great Britain.

  • Volunteers of America in Northern New England

    Our Local Vision

    Our Local Vision Guided by faith, with the talents of many, in the spirit of compassion and collaboration, we will be innovative agents of social change, positively impacting lives.

  • Kathy's Faith

    Judaism, Her Way

    Kathy is a resident at the Sawyer Street Group Home where has lived for 14 years. She is an active participant in the household and attends the daily Wellness group. She comes for the meditation and the exercise and always adds her favorite exercises to the line up.

  • We Are In The Love Business

    Guided by faith with the talents of many

    "Guided by faith, with the talents of many, in the spirit of compassion and collaboration, we will be innovative agents of social change, positively impacting lives." This is Northern New England's Vision.

  • Thank You, Viles Foundation

    Happy Valentine's Day to Margaret Chase Smith House Residents

    Thanks to the Viles Foundation​, residents of the Margaret Chase Smith House had a Valentine's Day Community Feast: Chicken Cordon Bleu, Rice pilaf, Mixed Vegetables, and Strawberry short cake for dessert.​