Electricity Maine Announces Partnership with Farmington Homeless Shelter


(Electricity Maine co-owner Kevin Dean with Esther Bracy and the Rev. Steve Bracy)

The Rev. Steve Bracy and his wife Esther visited the offices of Electricity Maine to accept a check for $500 from company co-owner Kevin Dean, in support of their work at Western Maine Homeless Outreach Shelter in Farmington.

The Western Maine Homeless shelter based out of Rev. Bracy’s church, Living Waters Assembly of God, is the Franklin County’s first homeless shelter.

“We are happy to partner with Electricity ME and know that many helping hands help others, one family at a time,” said Rev. Bracy.    “And that’s what our Western Maine Homeless Outreach Shelter is going to accomplish.”  The shelter, slated to open on Monday, November 11 will be full with 16 people moving in that day.  With upgrades to the sprinkler system the shelter will eventually house 35 people.

Electricity Maine will contribute $5 to the shelter for every new customer who selects them.  The Power to Help fund was created by Electricity Maine to help Maine non profits do what they do best, help other Mainers.

Posted on November 8, 2013 in Electricity Maine

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