Our Collaborative Partners
The Food Pantry is located in the basement of the Boothbay Harbor Congregational Church located at the intersection of Townsend Avenue and Eastern Avenue. Hours are Friday Noon-2pm.
Warming spaces and free community lunches are offered during the winter at Our Lady Queen of Peace (Monday @ 11:30am), Edgecomb Congregational Church (Tuesday @ noon), and St. Columba's Episcopal (Thursday @ 11:30am). Boothbay Congregational Church, Baptist Church, and Methodist Churches provide the meals on alternating weeks at St. Columba’s.
Good Morning Neighbor
This program empowers and connects people who live alone and who may be restricted to their residence. Participants agree to be in a group of 3 neighbors who call one another every morning. For more information, call Debby Hidu at 633-1028.
Does a older loved one in your family seem to get overwhelmed with mail, misplace invoices, and have trouble remembering to bay bill on time? Money minders might be just what you're looking for - trained volunteers work one to one with aging community members and help them stay on track with their finances. Call Community Navigator Kathleen Arabasz for more information.
The incredible local Rebuilding Together team has performed home repairs projects for over 140 homeowners in Lincoln County. FMI or to donate, call Sally Barter at 633-6063 or visit www.rebuildingtogether-lc.org.
Visually Impaired Persons (VIP) provides information, emotional and social support for the visually disabled and offers time for sharing with each other and guest speakers. Meetings are held at 1pm the first Tuesday of each month at the St. Andrews Village guest dining room and are open to the public. For more information, call Joan Stark at 633-2498.