How to Add a Mission Volunteer Frame to Your Facebook Profile Photo

How to Add a Mission Volunteer Frame to Your Facebook Profile Photo

Here’s how to add Maine Seacoast Mission’s Volunteer frame to your Facebook Profile photo.

First follow this link to Facebook’s Change Your Profile Picture page. It will look like this, except you will be looking at your FB Profile picture:

Next, in the search box type “Maine Seacoast Mission.” The Mission Volunteer picture frame will show up like this:

Finally, click on the Maine Seacoast Mission volunteer frame icon in the left column. Facebook will add the frame to your Profile picture. Here’s how it will look:

Click the blue “Use as Profile Picture” in the lower right corner and you’re finished.

Maine Seacoast Mission Volunteer Recruitment Message

Maine Seacoast Mission Volunteer Recruitment Message

This is what COMMUNITY looks like.

Maine is now facing the greatest food, isolation, and health care crisis in our generation.

Now may be the time to join the Mission as a volunteer and help your neighbors.

Since 1905 the Seacoast Mission has helped support some of Maine’s most isolated communities on the outer islands and along the Downeast coast.

And the Mission is here to help now — with the help of some timely volunteers. Maybe that’s you.

If you can make phonecalls to isolated seniors at home, deliver boxes of food to the driveways of folks who need them, or run necessary errands for those who can’t — you can help.

Get started now by sending an email to [email protected] — or call 207-546-5860 and ask for the Volunteer Application.

Together we can make a difference.

Assabet Valley Regional Tech HS Students Use Spring Break to Help Downeast

Assabet Valley Regional Tech HS Students Use Spring Break to Help Downeast

Story and photos by Housing Rehabilitation Program Coordinator Scott Shaw:

This Assabet Valley Regional Tech High School, MA housing repair group gives up their spring break to come make a difference in Downeast Maine!

Here are some photos of the volunteers bringing the kitchen of the Narraguagus Post 8 American Legion up to code. The Legion will be able to open up the kitchen for public use again after our volunteers help with the work this season.

On Saturday afternoon the volunteers attended the annual Smelt Fry and tried some local fare at the Downeast Salmon Federation in Columbia Falls, ME.

The Assabet Valley Regional Tech High School group also hosted and provided a full Easter Ham dinner with all the fixings at DETOP on Sunday!  Learn more about the Mission’s Housing Rehabilitation Program.