Each month, here at Electricity Maine we feature one of our Core non-profit partners or group of partners who share a common goal or objective.
In April we are featuring our three partners that focus their efforts on providing resources for, and addressing the needs of, Maine’s homeless youth and teens. These non-profits include:
- New Beginnings (Androscoggin, Kennebec, and Franklin counties)
- Preble Street (Cumberland county)
- The Shaw House (Penobscot county)
Please take a moment to review their great work and how they make a difference to our youth people. We are proud to partner with these organizations and we hope you’ll consider supporting their work.
About: New Beginnings has served runaway and homeless youth and Maine families in crisis for more than 30 years. Their complete continuum of services provides an essential “safety net” for over 750 youth each year who don’t have stable family support and are at risk of homelessness.
For individuals at risk of homelessness who need help (especially youth shelter, mediating family conflict, a teen respite stay, or referrals for resources) call them 24 hours a day at 207-794-4070
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Wish List: key items they need/use every day: paper goods (toilet paper, paper towels, trash bags, etc.). NEW pillows, wash cloths and towels.
Up Coming Event: On May 1st, 2014 a Martindale Country Club in Auburn. The evening will recognize the impact that our staff, volunteers, and community supporters have on the lives of homeless youth and families in Maine. Keynote speaker will be Chris Trout, a Maine-based and nationally recognized author, trainer, and youth advocate with 30+ years of experience helping youth find their voice. For more information or to request an invitation, contact 207-795-4077.
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