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Adapting with Purpose

Adapting with Purpose – Part 5

by Kelly McCormack
In response to COVID-19, Maine’s nonprofits are stepping up with innovative ways to serve their communities. To foster idea-sharing, we have launched this Adapting with Purpose series as a way to highlight the resourcefulness and creativity of Maine nonprofits. A Very Brady Video… the Aroostook County Action Program team, or should we say bunch, came […]

Adapting with Purpose – Part 4

by Kelly McCormack
In response to COVID-19, Maine’s nonprofits are stepping up with innovative ways to serve their communities. To foster idea-sharing, we have launched this Adapting with Purpose series as a way to highlight the resourcefulness and creativity of Maine nonprofits. Stylin’ and supportin’ local… the Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association partnered with local screen printer Loyal Citizen Clothing to […]

Adapting with Purpose – Part 3

by Kelly McCormack
In response to COVID-19, Maine’s nonprofits are stepping up with innovative ways to serve their communities. To foster idea-sharing, we have launched this Adapting with Purpose series as a way to highlight the resourcefulness and creativity of Maine nonprofits. SeaChange Yoga in Portland stretched into a new pose by turning their annual Yogathon to a fully virtual, […]

Adapting with Purpose – Part 2

by Kelly McCormack
In response to COVID-19, Maine’s nonprofits are stepping up with innovative ways to serve their communities. To foster idea-sharing, we have launched this Adapting with Purpose series as a way to highlight the resourcefulness and creativity of Maine nonprofits. Take it on the road and go further. My Place Teen Center continues their work of […]

Adapting with Purpose – A New Series

by Kelly McCormack
In response to COVID-19, Maine’s nonprofits are stepping up without hesitation to serve their communities. This means learning to adapt in a temporary ‘new normal’ by continuing to provide services, modifying existing programs, creating new ones, and delivering information in ways they’ve never had to before. We see you and the great work you’re doing! […]