The Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers features a full Hague-accredited adoption program that provides assistance to families hoping to adopt internationally or domestically. The Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers, founded in 1899, builds and strengthens Maine families and their children, instilling hope for the future and a better quality of life. In addition to the adoption program, the agency offers outpatient counseling, the Sharon Abrams Teen Parent School Program, The Children's Place Early Care and Education Center, a summer camp scholarship program, and a Christmas Program that provides clothing and toys to underprivileged Maine children.
“Maine’s nonprofits are complex and strategic organizations. They create jobs, develop community leaders, and invest significant financial and human resources across the State,” said Jennifer Hutchins, Executive Director of MANP. “We are thrilled to highlight this diverse sector at the State House.”
Maine Children's Home is pleased to have been selected to participate in the annual event sponsored and hosted by the Maine Association of Nonprofits (MANP). The exhibiting nonprofit organizations are:
Other exhibiting nonprofits include:
- Biddeford Cultural and Heritage Center
- Lake Stewards of Maine – Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program
- Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association
- Motivational Services, Inc.
- Patten Free Library
- Penobscot Community Health Center, Inc.
- Sexual Assault Support Services of Midcoast Maine
- Speak About It
- The Transformation Project
- Travis Mills Foundation
The 16th Annual Nonprofit Day takes place on January 17th, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm, in the Hall of Flags at the State House in Augusta. For more information on this event, please call the Maine Association of Nonprofits at 871-1885 or visit nonprofitmaine.org/nonprofitday.
For more information about The Maine Children's Home, please visit MaineChildrensHome.org.
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