The People to People Fund allows OCMV the means to help our neighbors find solutions to prevent their temporary barriers turning into a financial, self-confidence, or well-being crisis when no other resources are available.
PARTNERING WITH LOCAL PRESS
Reade Brower, owns several local papers. On March 26, 2020 he published a letter in The Free Press, Rockland Courier-Gazette, and Knox & Waldo County Village Soup online.
In this letter he stated, ― there is not much I am certain of in our world right now, but the one thing I know is we need to stay together in this battle, and we want to do this together; physical separation is one thing, emotionally we need to come together like no time in our lifetime, as did generations before us during World War II after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Upon further reflection of their employer’s call to action, The Free Press, Rockland Courier-Gazette, and Knox & Waldo County Village Soup online employees joined forces with One Community Many Voices. By bringing our skills and networks together, we will create a stronger alliance in assisting our fellow neighbors in these times of need and for what lies ahead of us.
OCMV is committed to making sure that 100% of individual donations and contributions go directly to helping individuals and families through the People to People Fund.
It’s Easy to Help
ONLINE: Donate now
BY MAIL: Donate to One Community Many Voices by check or money order made payable to OCMV. Mail to: 8 North Main St., Suite 301, Rockland, ME 04841. Many thanks!