Volunteer for WCAP’s Senior Cafés this Summer!


CACFP Coordinator, Lorey Duprey, promoting Kids Summer Meals Program in 2021. Waldo Community Action Partners is excited to announce a new initiative that is building off of last year’s Summer Food Service Program for Children – Senior Cafés! However, we need your help to make it happen. Starting the week of June 23rd, we will be hosting ‘Senior Cafés’ in a couple sites in Waldo County. Senior Cafés will bring together seniors, children and families in communities to help address isolation and promote engagement with neighbors. This program will last for 8 weeks, with an event happening every Thursday [...]

Volunteer for WCAP’s Senior Cafés this Summer!2022-05-26T10:54:01-04:00

Reduce Heating Costs Next Winter


Concerned about rapidly rising fuel prices? Are your windows drafty? Insulating window inserts from the non-profit WindowDressers can make your home more comfortable. Their volunteer team is now accepting orders for the fall build season.  Starting this year, the Searsport and Belfast organizing teams are merging their resources to better support the need in Waldo County for these affordable window inserts.  The 2022 build will take place at the Boathouse in Belfast from November 9 through November 22.   WindowDressers has received a very generous donation from the Caring Fund of the St. Brendan Catholic parish that will be used to defray [...]

Reduce Heating Costs Next Winter2022-05-19T10:00:15-04:00

Mainers to Receive Relief Checks


Governor Mills and the Legislature have approved giving back more than half the budget surplus to taxpayers of Maine. To help Mainers claim their $850 relief checks, the State has launched the below website. If you have questions about the checks, please visit the website and/or contact Maine Revenue Services at 207-624-9924. https://www.maine.gov/governor/mills/relief-checks

Mainers to Receive Relief Checks2022-04-25T13:05:05-04:00

Waldo County Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment Report


The Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment (Maine Shared CHNA) is a collaboration between Central Maine Healthcare (CMHC), Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC), MaineGeneral Health (MGH), MaineHealth (MH), and Northern Light Health (NLH). The vision of the Maine Shared CHNA is to turn health data into action so that Maine will become the healthiest state in the U.S. Click here to read the 2022 Waldo County MSCHNA Report. The mission of the Maine Shared CHNA is to: • Create Shared CHNA Reports, • Engage and activate communities, and • Support data-driven health improvements for Maine people. This [...]

Waldo County Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment Report2022-04-14T08:11:11-04:00

WCAP Requesting Proposals for Building Project


Waldo Community Action Partners (Waldo CAP), a private, non-profit 503(c) organization located in Belfast, Maine, is requesting proposals to help establish a building project vision for a 78-acre parcel of land located in Belfast, Maine.  Contract would likely begin summer of 2022 for a period of one year, with renewal options.  Due date for proposal submission is May 16, 2022.  For the full RFP document, please email rfp@waldocap.org.

WCAP Requesting Proposals for Building Project2022-04-08T13:56:14-04:00



Please be aware that some adults are being targeted by claims that they won a Social Services Block Grant award, yet must pay a transaction fee to receive this award. Those sending the notices are misrepresenting themselves as federal agents and may contact through email or social media messages. THIS IS NOT REAL.   If you have been contacted about a SSBG award that is tied to a transaction fee, please report the information the US Department of Health and Human Services Grants Fraud Hotline at 1-800-446-8477.   You may also file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-382-4357. [...]

FRAUD ALERT!2022-04-08T09:50:17-04:00

Summary Report on Older Women and Economic Security


The Economic Security of Older Women in Maine: 2022 Data Report provides a snapshot of how women compare to men on measures such as wages and income, caregiving status, living arrangements, and rates of disability—factors that can impact Maine women's ability to meet their needs with the resources they have. The report, compiled by the Cutler Institute of Health and Social Policy, informs an initiative led by the Maine Women's Lobby Education Fund and the Maine Council on Aging to identify gaps and pathways to support the health and economic security of older Maine women and all Mainers, now and in [...]

Summary Report on Older Women and Economic Security2022-03-10T11:31:55-04:00
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