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Community Fundraiser Spotlight – Skyler’s Thanksgiving Pies
All across the state, Mainers are helping their communities fight hunger by coordinating creative fundraisers to raise awareness and funds to help feed Mainers …
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Stories from the Road – Partner Highlight – Burlington Food Pantry
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Stories from the Road – Partner Highlight
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Partnering with Nourishing Neighbors to Fight Hunger in Our Community
Imagine having to worry about where your next meal will come from or not knowing if you’ll have enough to feed your children dinner. …
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Investment in Advocacy and Research as New Hunger Data Reveals Mixed Results for Maine
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Culturally Relevant Food Series
One huge takeaway Good Shepherd Food Bank learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic was the Food Bank’s one-size-fits-all approach did not meet the needs of …
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Good Shepherd Food Bank Announces 2021 Corporate Partners for a Hunger-Free Maine
Corporate Partners for a Hunger-Free Maine is a group of socially responsible corporations and their corporate foundations that support Good Shepherd Food Bank in …
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Meet Misty Coolidge, United Service Ambassador
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Good Shepherd Food Bank Named as One of Maine’s Best Places to Work in 2021
AUBURN, Maine – Good Shepherd Food Bank was recently named as one of the 2021 Best Places to Work in Maine for the eighth year in a …
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Take Action: 182,000 Mainers Are Facing Hunger
September is Hunger Action Month For Hunger Action Month® this September, Good Shepherd Food Bank will join Feeding America and other network member food …
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Maine’s Good Shepherd Food Bank Hires
Good Shepherd Food Bank is pleased to announce its recent hire of Ray Hanna Jr, customer service coordinator, Renee Doolittle, HR generalist, Cassidy Gosselin, …
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Volunteer Spotlight – Lisa & John
Volunteers are the heart of Good Shepherd Food Bank. Each day our volunteers help provide meals to families, children, seniors and those in need …
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