Founder 100+ Women Who Care Southern Maine
Joined June 2020
Growing to Give
At Growing to Give, we grow organic vegetables using climate-friendly methods, and donate them to local people struggling with food insecurity through our partner food banks and pantries.
LymeTV is a volunteer-based 501(c)(3) registered non-profit organization dedicated to educating the global community about Lyme disease & other dangerous tick-borne infectious diseases located worldwide. We believe the best way to reduce tick-borne diseases is by prevention, awareness, & early detection information. LymeTV aims to help reduce the incidence of these diseases through prevention methods & "daily tick check" education campaigns. We are not a research facility; we are strictly an awareness organization. We will only share information from reputable, scientifically-based sources.
Count ME In
Count ME In is an exciting partnership of schools, businesses, parents, youth, state and community organizations working to improve student attendance, engagement and academic achievement. We offer a comprehensive model that uses real-time data to monitor all absences, emphasizes academic impact, and utilizes community-based, positive strategies. Partnering with the national organization Attendance Works, our methodology and approach has been effective in suburban, rural and urban schools across Maine.
Cape Elizabeth, ME
SafeBAE is a survivor-founded, student-led national organization whose mission is to end sexual assault among middle and high school students. As the only national peer-to-peer organization of our kind, we help promote culture change by giving teens the tools to become activists and shift school culture through raising awareness about dating violence, sexual harassment and assault, affirmative consent, safe bystander intervention, survivor care, and their rights under Title IX.
A transitional program for women who are leaving incarceration and/or treatment program. Esther Residence provides a safe, nurturing community that is based on safety, respect and dignity. It focuses on assisting each woman in identifying and celebrating her strengths and gifts. The home is a bridge that promotes healthy connections to family (when appropriate) and to the larger community.Esther Residence also provides short-term housing for women who are awaiting admission to another level of substance abuse treatment.