Please email Maine AmeriCorps Alums chapter leader Jenifer.Craven@goodwillnne.org for updates about upcoming service projects.
If you’re looking to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, please consider donating blood to the Red Cross. There is a blood drive at the Food Court entrance to the Maine Mall in South Portland on Thursday April 18th from 11am-4pm. You can also donate at your local Red Cross blood donation center. Call 800-RED-CROSS to make a donation.
You’re invited to join Bill Basl, Director of AmeriCorps, for lunch on Thursday, April 4th at 11:30am. Come share your story of how AmeriCorps works for you and hear the impact of current members and AmeriCorps Alums in Maine.
The lunch is $5 and is held at Casco Bay High School. Be sure to wear your AmeriGear!
AmeriCorps Week begins this Saturday! How are you participating? In Maine, there’s many options. Search for AmeriCorps events in your area through AmeriCorps Week Events.
In Portland, Alums are participating in several events. We’ve created a page outlining the details. Please check out how you can participate and RSVP on AmeriCorps Week Events. Share the events with your friends on facebook and twitter.
Don’t forget to participate in the AmeriCorps Works photo project!
Calling all Maine AmeriCorps Alums! We need your help to show the impact of AmeriCorps programs in Maine communities and your life.
To participate, please download and print the above image. Then take a picture of you showing how “AmeriCorps Works” for you. Show us something you completed in your term of service, where you work now, or any other way that AmeriCorps changed your life or community.
Email the photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. The pictures will be displayed online during AmeriCorps Week (March 10-18th) and will show how AmeriCorps works and gets things done!
As part of National AmeriCorps Week, AmeriCorps Alums is launching the “AmeriCorps Works” photo project!
In “AmeriCorps Works,” photographer Greta Rybus showcases the impact of national service program AmeriCorps in Maine. AmeriCorps Alumni are featured showing how AmeriCorps has worked for them, from uniting couples to advancing careers to finding a home in the state of Maine. Through the project, AmeriCorps Alums hopes to promote national service while highlighting the specific effects in Maine communities.
If you would like to participate in the project remotely, please email email@example.com for details. We would love to see the power of national service in Maine represented. Thanks!