MILBRIDGE, ME — Pam Dyer-Stewart, Secretary of Women for Healthy Rural Living is asking for “HELP!!!” The garden at The Red Barn Motel, 3 Main Street, Milbridge, Maine has “green beans…ready to pick!”
Pam writes, “And just to be clear– the help we want is for people to pick beans and take them home to eat!”
Pam’s email address is [email protected]. You can find out more about The Red Barn Motel online: http://www.redbarnmotel.com/.
BAR HARBOR, ME — This week’s Thank you Thursday shout-out of Mission Love goes to Women for Healthy Rural Living (WHRL), a partner on so many levels in strengthening community. WHRL is part of the Downeast Roots collaboration leveraging resources to help families thrive, an organizer of diaper drives to offer food pantry patrons, an animator of Incredible Edible Milbridge, and a provider of range of educational programs that illustrate how WHRL is a passionate and persistent advocate for health and wellness!
Visit Women for Healthy Rural Living and Downeast Roots online.
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MILBRIDGE, ME — Women for Healthy Rural Living, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused on advancing and promoting the health and well-being of the woman, her family, and her community, is undertaking a Virtual Diaper Drive. Maine Seacoast Mission is helping WHRL distribute their diapers to area parents in need of them.
The Consequences of Diaper Need
Babies who remain too long in a soiled diaper are exposed to potential health risks.
Parents trying to keep their babies in diapers may be making multiple trips to the store, each time increasing their risk for Covid-19 exposure. And if they cannot afford to purchase in bulk, the risk increases with every outing.
Buying diapers should not be a matter of life and death.
Participating in a virtual diaper drive allows us to purchase diapers in bulk, so our dollars go further than yours would at the grocery store!
Our diapers will be distributed through the Maine Seacoast Mission Food Pantry in Cherryfield.