COVID-19 Updates

Volunteers Wanted! Help Us Stay Connected Through Project ReachOut

Greetings from Maine, A new Mission initiative we call Project ReachOut will play an important role in the days ahead. ReachOut is based on a simple idea; we are all better off when we connect. A kind word and a simple “how can we help?” can make all the difference. Through Project ReachOut, Mission staff…

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Reaching Out – This is What Community Looks Like

Greetings from Maine, As my mother-in-law, Nancy, says when we’re all together as a family, “We’re making memories.” A few memories from the early days of COVID-19 will forever stay with me: a welcoming “Drive Thru” Food Pantry sign made with love; a photo of a single resilient volunteer in a well-stocked food pantry; a…

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Mission Staff Working Apart Together

BAR HARBOR, ME — Maine Seacoast Mission is headquartered in Bar Harbor. But much of the Mission’s daily, ongoing work, happens elsewhere — on both land and sea. Prior to the physical distancing requirements with the coronavirus, all Mission staff met virtually at the start of each month. These meetings reinforce the Mission’s team spirit,…

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Food Pantry Receives Fresh Milk Deliveries from Shaw’s, Walmart

CHERRYFIELD, ME — Downeast Campus Facilities Manager Scott Shaw sent a photo this morning and a note of explanation. “I just picked up a second round of milk from Shaw’s this morning. Headed to Walmart for more! We had a load on Monday, another today, and the grocers told me to come back tomorrow. “We…

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Maine Seacoast Mission Volunteer Recruitment Message

This is what COMMUNITY looks like. Maine is now facing the greatest food, isolation, and health care crisis in our generation. Now may be the time to join the Mission as a volunteer and help your neighbors. Since 1905 the Seacoast Mission has helped support some of Maine’s most isolated communities on the outer islands…

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MDIslander – Mission Works to Keep Islanders Connected, Safely

MDIslander Mission works to keep islanders connected, safely March 27, 2020 by Liz Graves on News, Waterfront BAR HARBOR — In some ways, residents of unbridged island communities are ahead of the curve with the changes brought by the virus epidemic, since they already rely on remote and online connections for important services. But in…

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Thank You, Maine Coronavirus Community Assistance Facebook Page

BAR HARBOR, ME — Maine Seacoast Mission is grateful for the online “Maine Coronavirus Community Assistance” Facebook page for the service it provides people and families in Washington and Hancock Counties. It’s a worthy resource network where people with questions and answers converge. Maine Seacoast Mission’s David Snyder monitors the MCCA Facebook page, adding pertinent…

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Jul 14

President’s Scholarship Celebration 2021

July 14 @ 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Aug 12

Mission Sunbeam Award Gala 2021

August 12 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Bar Harbor ME
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Sep 25

Tennis Tournament to Benefit EdGE – Sept. 25, 2021

September 25 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Southwest Harbor ME
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