Ways to Help: Helping Others in Maine During the COVID-19 Crisis

Mar 27, 2020

Credit https://www.flowfold.com/

This is an extended two-hour Maine Calling show, as we continue to cover the ways that the COVID-19 crisis is impacting the people of Maine.

All over Maine, people are in need of help — and, at the same time, people are finding ways to help. Today we explore the many creative and generous examples of support and aid that individuals and businesses are offering in this difficult time. We also learn how to best volunteer your services — and how to do so safely.

Guests

Erin Fogg, VP of development and communications, Good Shepherd Food Bank

Maryalice Crofton, executive director, Volunteer Maine

Mark Swann, executive director, Preble Street

Courtney Yeager, executive director, United Way of Kennebec Valley

Kate Carlisle (call-in), director of public relations and community affairs, Central Maine Healthcare 

James Morin (call-in), COO, president of sales, Flowfold

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