Giving Back in the Community
As new owners of an established business, the staff met and discussed how we can make a positive impact on this community. It was decided to take $5 from every oil change each month and award it to a local charity.
We invite organizations to contact Jan to inquire on how to become a recipient of this program. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Stop by and have your oil changed in August and help support Kno-Wal-Lin Home Care and Hospice
Kno-Wal-Lin Home Care and Hospice, a member of the Pen Bay Healthcare family of services, was founded in 1966 and has offices in Rockland, Belfast and Newcastle.
The agency provides skilled home healthcare, including professional nursing services, physical, occupational and speech therapy, social work services and hospice and palliative care. The staff includes home health aides, certified nursing assistants, personal care assistants, companion homemakers and visiting and auxiliary volunteers. KWL provides approximately 40,000 personal visits each year to offer home healthcare and hospice services throughout the communities of Knox, Waldo and Lincoln counties.
KWL's Auxiliary volunteer program was the first home care volunteer program developed in the state of Maine. The Auxiliary works tirelessly to support KWL and its staff fulfill their mission to provide quality and accessible home care services to the people of Mid-Coast Maine.
July Recipient: Thanks for you support ~The benefit check for Restorative Justice was our biggest yet! $415.00!
The Restorative Justice Project of Midcoast Maine
Founded in 2005, the mission of the Restorative Justice Project of Midcoast Maine is to promote fundamental change in the justice system and schools. The Project serves the four Prosecutorial District Six counties of Waldo, Knox, Sagadahoc & Lincoln. Through programs that encompass the spectrum of need from prevention, to intervention, to reintegration, it provides services to schools, juvenile court, and the Maine Coastal Regional Re-entry Center in Belfast.
RJP's goal is to help offenders take accountability and to provide support and healing for the victim, building community connections that bring justice to all. In this approach, outcomes are measured by how much repair is done rather than by how much punishment is meted out. The work of RJP has resulted in significantly decreased recidivism, healing of victims, and transformed lives—rarities within the traditional criminal justice system. Participation by community volunteers is critical to the success of this approach to personal and community healing.
For more information:
(207) 338-2742, firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.rjpmidcoast.org
The Restorative Justice Project, PO Box 141, Belfast, ME 04915
Come to Rockport Automotive to get your oil changed TODAY! Supporting our local community!
We look forward seeing you soon!
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