Woliwon ~ Woliwoni ~ Walalin, Heartfelt Thanks

Woliwon ~ Woliwoni ~ Walalin, Heartfelt Thanks

As 2016 comes to a close, we would like to take time to show our appreciation to all those who have contributed to truth, healing and change.  Maine-Wabanaki REACH thrives on wonderful support from our communities – hundreds of individuals donate their time, money, and other resources. 

Thank you all!  

At a recent ally workshop, we struggled, as we often do, with technology that is not working well.  One of the participants noticed and stepped in to our aide.  The result is a grant from the Charles G. Wright Endowment for Humanity to support the purchase of presentation equipment.  We are so grateful!

 The Peace and Justice Center of Eastern Maine awarded REACH the Hands of Peace Award.  The Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association awarded REACH a blue ribbon for most informational display at the Common Ground Fair social and political action tents.  We are buoyed by such lovely recognition of our work.  Thank you!

The following organizations donated space for REACH events in 2016:

Arookstook Band of Micmacs; Blue Hill Public Library; Calais Free Library; Cary Library in Houlton; Cobscook Community Learning Center; Colby College; Families And Children Together; Foreside Community Church; Lubec Memorial Library; Midcoast Outreach and Peace Center; Peace and Justice Center of Eastern Maine; Passamaquoddy Tribe at Motahkmihkuk and Sipyaik; Penobscot Nation; Rockland Congregational Church; Turner Public Library in Presque Isle; Unitarian Universalist Community Church in Augusta; Unitarian Universalist Church Ellsworth; USM's Muskie School of Public Service; Volunteers of America – Bangor; and the Wabanaki Cultural Center in Calais.

We so appreciate your support for our work!