A Stronger Maine Through Volunteerism

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Strengthening Communities Through AmeriCorps

Individuals age 18 and older serve Maine communities by protecting the environment, being a helping hand in the classroom, breaking down barriers to recovery, keeping seniors company and so much more.

National Service

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Supporting Citizen-Driven Service Initiatives

25 service-minded citizens champion meaningful change for the benefit of the volunteer community by funding programs, raising awareness of sector issues, and promoting service as a strategy.

The Commission

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Developing Managers of Volunteers

Training, certification, outreach and networking opportunities: We are here to help Maine's volunteer leaders. A certified Service Enterprise Hub, see how we can improve your volunteer leadership skills and strategies.

Volunteer Leaders

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Coordinating Emergency Response

When disaster strikes, we're ready. We partner with MEMA and VOADS to coordinate donations and volunteer response through Maine Ready, the State's emergency volunteerism response platform.

Emergency Response

Our Impact: 2020 Results

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104,592

Hours of service by Maine AmeriCorps members

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$405,500

Financial awards for post-secondary education earned by Maine AmeriCorps members

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2,022

Community volunteers recruited and managed

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$1,036,315

Local in-kind and cash resources leveraged to support volunteer community service

New Ways to Serve Maine

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Coming soon! We're excited to be leading the charge behind the creation of two new service corps, the Maine Service Fellows and the Maine Climate Corps

The Maine Service Fellows program is a Maine-run service corps that will initially be tasked to help small, rural communities recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Maine Climate Corps will be charged with tackling climate-related issues as outlined in Gov. Janet Mills' "Maine Can't Wait" climate plan.

Check back soon for more information on these exciting and essential service initiatives. Until then, use the link below to access a press release with more information.

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