Helping America's Most Vulnerable
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Day Nineteen: Tell Your Friends, We Are Here if You Need Us

Twenty Days of Giving in Northern New England

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Tell Your Friends About Us

Here are some residents of Margaret Chase Smith House in Augusta and some of their new friends, students from Brunswick High School's Action Team. Carmen Dyer, who lives at Margaret Chase Smith House, commented: "What a fun time. I love teens. They interacted very good and laughed with us a lot. I'm thankful for this great team and their teachers. What a great asset to the community."

These kinds of events happen all the time in Northern New England. Take a stroll around our website to read more. If you like what you see, share our posts, spread the word.

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Since 1896, we have supported and empowered America's most vulnerable groups, including veterans, at-risk youth, the frail elderly, men and women returning from prison, homeless individuals and families, people with disabilities, and those recovering from addictions.

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