posted on December 03, 2012 11:19
Portland, Bangor, Augusta–The Salvation Army locations in Portland, Bangor, and Augusta each received a $200 donation from Electricity Maine to help supply turkey baskets for individuals and families at Thanksgiving.
Salvation Army units throughout the state provided hundreds of food baskets to those in need as well as serving Thanksgiving dinners at their local community centers. The Salvation Army is committed to serving the whole person, body, mind and spirit, with integrity and respect, using creative solutions to positively transform lives.
The Salvation Army is also well known for their Red Kettle Drives that raise much needed funds throughout the Holiday Season.
Electricity Maine is part of Provider Power, a Maine owned and operated electricity supplier serving residential and small businesses throughout the state. For more information on cost savings through Electricity Maine or for information about its “Power to Help” program, go to www.electricityme.com
Captains Matthew and Wendy Morrison, Corps Officers from the Augusta area
Salvation Army (from left to right in front row) along with members of the
Corps Advisory Board receive a check for $200 from Ashley Rand from Electricity
Maine (fourth from left in front row).
Major Steve Ditmer, Commanding Officer of the Portland Citadel Corps
of the Salvation Army accepts a check from Ashley Rand from Electricity Maine.
The $200 contribution was given to help supply turkey baskets for individuals
and families in the service area of the Portland Corps.
Ashley Rand from Electricity Maine (at left) is shown presenting a check
for $200 to Captain Tim Clark from the Salvation Army Bangor Corps.
The contribution was given to help supply turkey baskets for individuals
and families in the nine-town service area of the Bangor Corps.