Kids eat free this summer!Amanda Simmons2020-10-13T16:54:19-04:00
Food pantries in Waldo County offering assistance during COVID-19Amanda Simmons2020-04-02T11:57:39-04:00
WCAP’s Early Childhood Program’s Nutrition Coordinator has compiled a list of the food pantries/cupboards in Waldo County for those seeking assistance during these unprecedented times. Below you will find each food pantry/cupboard's address, contact information and hours of operation. If you have friends or family that do not live in Waldo County and are in need of food, please direct them to this link provided by Good Shepard Food Bank that shows all of the food pantries/cupboards in Maine. https://www.gsfb.org/covid-19-partner-agency-updates/ Waldo County Food Pantries/Cupboards: Greater Bay Area Ministerial Food Cupboard 23 Mill Lane, Belfast (207) 834-5815, Jim Kelly Food Pantry currently [...]
WCAP to hold a drive-up Community Food PantryAmanda Simmons2020-03-23T16:15:09-04:00
WCAP will be having a Drive-up Community Food Pantry on Wednesday, March 25th from 10 AM to 12 PM at the Jabine Head Start Center, 275 High Street. Community members are welcome to drive through and accept a pre-packaged bag of food donated by the Good Shepard Food Bank. We ask that you remain in your vehicle and follow the established traffic pattern. Bags will be brought to you. If you have any questions or need more resources to obtain food, please contact our main office at (207) 338-6809.
Food resources during COVID-19 emergencytabithalowe2020-03-17T14:45:44-04:00
RSU 71 Grab & Go Bagged breakfast & lunch available at door Monday – Friday 8AM – 12PM Captain Albert Stevens School, Belfast East Belfast School, Belfast Ames Elementary School, Searsmont RSU 3 Unity School will be open 3/17/2020 & 3/18/2020 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. for families to pick up meals. All other schools will be available for meal pick up from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on 3/17/2020 & 3/18/2020. RSU 22 Breakfast & lunch to go meals being served at Leroy Smith school Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. Pick up meals at door. RSU [...]
Free Financial Planning Workshop February 6thAmanda Simmons2018-01-24T12:35:00-05:00
Kick off the new year with your finances in check. Attend our personal finance workshop to expand your knowledge about budgeting and saving money. Join us for a free financial planning workshop on Tuesday, February 6th from 9am-11:30am at 9 Field Street, Suite 206A. There will be refreshments and door prizes. Childcare will be provided with advanced notice. Please contact WCAP's Case Manager, Gayleen Gogan at (207) 338-6809 ext. 216 for more information.
POSTPONED- Free financial planning workshop January 23rdAmanda Simmons2018-01-22T14:36:38-05:00
**DUE TO THE POTENTIAL STORM TOMORROW, THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE THAT IS TO BE DETERMINED** Kick off the new year with your finances in check. Attend our personal finance workshop to expand your knowledge about budgeting and saving money. Join us for a free financial planning workshop on Tuesday, January 23 from 9am-11:30am at 9 Field Street, Suite 206A. There will be refreshments and door prizes. Childcare will be provided with advanced notice. Please contact WCAP's Case Manager, Gayleen Gogan at (207) 338-6809 ext. 216 for more information.
Employment Workshop This Thursdaytabithalowe2017-10-23T16:42:57-04:00
Are you searching for a job? Need to get motivated to make this happen? WCAP Early Childhood Program is hosting an employment workshop presented by Goodwill Workforce Solutions' Sheila Muldoon! This 3 hour workshop will show you ways to: - Spruce up your resume - Update your interviewing skills - Connect you with hiring employers in the area & to earn a good living wage When: Thursday, October 26th 9am-12pm Where: 9 Field Street, WCAP Conference Room A light breakfast and luncheon will be provided before our Program’s Advisory Committee meeting, We would love to have you stay for lunch and [...]
New benefits portal makes online application possible through DHHStabithalowe2012-03-15T11:20:16-04:00
Maine Community Action Association (MCAA) and several Maine Community Action Agencies, including WCAP, have agreed to work in partnership with Maine DHHS to make their new online benefits portal available to those in need. The benefits portal, known as “My Maine Connection” went live in September of 2011 and has been dubbed “your resource for independence” by DHHS. The portal, which allows individuals to go online to apply for TANF (food supplements/food stamps), health care, cash assistance, and childcare, is a one stop shop for many low-income needs. Those who aren’t able to access My Maine Connection from home, whether it [...]