A community effort to ensure we all are safe and sound in this challenging time.
Can we help you? Do you need help getting groceries, a hot meal or a trip to the doctor?
Call if you need help (207) 370-1406 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Can you volunteer? Fill out an application online. Volunteer form.
Hallowell Food Bank
Volunteers collect and prepare boxes of food for those who need it. Presently no preregistration is required. Food can be picked up at the Food Bank on Perley’s Lane in the basement of the Old Hallowell Town Hall/ Fire Station Friday afternoon from 1:00-2:00PM. Call (207) 992-6899. Hallowell Food Bank
Meals on Wheels
Spectrum Generations Cohen Center – Delicious, nutritionally balanced meals for home-bound individuals 60+ years of age and persons with a disability unable to prepare meals due to physical or mental limitations, or with no one to prepare a meal for them. Delivered to homes by volunteers & staff. Also provides an opportunity to check in on recipients as a safety measure. Call (207) 620-1187. Meals on Wheels
Maine-ly Delivered Meals – Grocery shopping and cooking may not be easy for many older adults, but our Maine-ly Delivered Meals offers the opportunity to ensure receiving fresh, wholesome, delicious meals reasonably priced—free of preservatives and artificial ingredients and naturally low in sodium, saturated fats and sugar—delivered right to your door. Call (207) 620-1187. Maine-ly Delivered Meals
More info on the website of the Hallowell Government Office.
SEARCH – Transportation and Companionship
Catholic Charities provides free services by matching trained volunteers with seniors of all faiths. A partner with the Hallowell All Age-Friendly Committee.
Call (207) 530-0137.
A State Aid Program administered according to guidelines established by the State and the City of Hallowell. Its primary function is to provide general assistance and is a last resort program.
Call (207) 430-4401.
Meetings by appointment only.