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Not a problem. You can drop off your check or cash to the Katahdin Federal Credit Union in Millinocket. KFCU has made special arrangements with Our Katahdin to accept our donations and be sure we receive copies of the checks or cash receipts. Please be sure to tell them which project you are supporting. We are grateful for their engagement!

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Our Katahdin
c/o Katahdin Federal Credit Union, Financial Services Department
1000 Central St., Millinocket, ME 04462

We are grateful no matter how you prefer to donate!

All donations given to this project will go directly to this project, with the exception of small PayPal fees that protect your financial transaction.

Our Katahdin is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax-deductible.

Our Katahdin's Employer Identification Number (EIN) is: 47-2382072

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Mobilize Katahdin - COVID -19 Community Response

$10,732.50 raised


Mobilize Katahdin

Project Leaders: Mobilize Katahdin Coalition

Mobilize Katahdin is a coalition of partners in the Katahdin Region dedicated to organizing mutual aid efforts and connecting people to accurate information and local resources. Modelled after other quick community responses within Maine, Mobilize Katahdin contributions will be used to support our Katahdin region community members impacted by COVID-19. This community support fund will be used to help neighbors whose households are facing economic crisis due to employers closing or needing to stay home from work to care for children while schools are closed.

Already, we are seeing hardship in our communities and know that assistance with fuel costs, groceries, and household cleaning supplies are needed. We are initiating this fund in anticipation of needs rising in the coming weeks and months.

Funds will be disbursed to individuals and organizations that directly provide services to people in need. Examples include: Local food pantries, organizations that assist with fuel deliveries, and local grocery stores. If you know of a service provider that can help get goods and services to people that need them, please share contact information with our Resource Navigator, Shelly Blaisdell.

We will update this page as needs develop. For more information and to share a need or your ability to volunteer - visit www.mobilizekatahdin.org, and like Mobilize Katahdin on Facebook.

Learn more, get assistance, or get involved by filling out our forms, emailing us at info [at] mobilizekatahdin [dot] org or calling our warm-line at 207-370-1581. If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911.

If you would like to speak directly with our Resource Navigator, Shelly Blaisdell, call us at 207-370-1581 or email her at: shelly [at] millinocketmemoriallibrary [dot] org

Our coalition is made up of many organizations throughout the Katahdin Region committed to compiling resources and responding to emerging needs in our community. Our coalition includes:

• Town of East Millinocket
• Town of Medway
• Town of Millinocket
• Town of Island Falls
• Town of Patten
• Town of Sherman
• Baxter State Park
• Elliotsville Foundation, Inc.
• Katahdin Chamber of Commerce
• Millinocket Memorial Library
• Millinocket Fire Department
• Millinocket Police Department
• Millinocket Regional Hospital
• Millinocket Schools
• Our Katahdin
• Thrive Penobscot
• UMA East Millinocket Center
• Eastern Area Agency on Aging
• Good Shepherd Food Bank
• Katahdin Region Higher Education Center
• Outdoor Sport Institute
• and the list is growing... please contact Shelly if you would like to join the coalition