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Ways to help the victims of Lewiston
Ways to help the victims of Lewiston

The following is taken from volunteermaine.org/disasterfirst aid

Support Lewiston Fire Relief

How You Can Help:

 

 

Donate to Lewiston Fire Relief Fund

If you would like to help victims of the recent residential fires in Lewiston, cash is what is needed.  You may donate directly to the Lewiston Fire Relief Fund by clicking HERE.

Cash is preferred because it offers the most flexibility in meeting the needs of victims of the Lewiston fires.

Other Donations

  • Remember, unsolicited donated goods such as used clothing, miscellaneous household items, and mixed or perishable foodstuffs require helping agencies to redirect valuable resources away from providing services to sort, package, transport, warehouse, and distribute items that may not meet the needs of survivors.
  • Make a donation of goods

Volunteer  

  • Register with VolunteerMaine.org as a Disaster Service Volunteer. Complete the on-line application by indicating your skills, interests, and any certifications you may have.
  •  Already registered with VolunteerMaine.org, log in to update your contact information, skills, interests, and any certifications you may have.
  • To be visible to disaster-related organizations needing volunteers, click on “Allow agencies to match you to disaster projects.”

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