Tedford Housing’s Most Needed Items for February 2016

As a nonprofit organization, Tedford Housing relies on community support to help fulfill its mission to find lasting solutions to the challenges of homelessness. Each month, we share some of our most needed items. We are always grateful to those who can donate these items, as they directly help our shelter guests, supportive housing tenants and outreach […]

Tedford Housing’s Most Needed Items Every Month

You responded to our calls for help with our holiday wish list. We were overwhelmed with in-kind gifts and cash donations during the last two months of 2015. You made the holidays brighter for the shelter guests, supportive housing tenants and outreach clients we work with every day. Thank you. We appreciate your support of Tedford […]

Join Us for the Homeless Memorial Service on December 21st

Tedford Housing will be remembering individuals from our homeless community who passed away during the year at the annual Homeless Memorial Service. This year, the service will be held at First Parish Church in Brunswick, Maine on Monday, December 21, 2015, the longest night of the year. We will gather in the First Parish Church vestry […]

On the Curtis Money Blog: 6 Tips to Help Save Money During the Maine Winter

Our neighbors at Curtis Memorial Library shared a post written by Jennifer Iacovelli, Tedford Housing’s director of development, that includes 6 tips to help save money during the cold Maine winter. The tips were provided by Tedford Housing’s homeless prevention case manager, Pauline Hanson. Here’s the first tip: Pay your fuel company throughout the year. […]

Tedford Housing’s Holiday Wish List

With Thanksgiving next week, many people are starting to get into the holiday shopping mode. Tedford Housing has already received inquiries from generous people interested in providing holiday gifts for the men, women and children we serve. We are currently pairing the wish lists of the adults and families with our donors. We also have […]

Tedford Housing’s Most Needed Items for November 2015

As a nonprofit organization, Tedford Housing often relies on community support to help fulfill its mission. Each month, we share some of our most needed items. We are always grateful to those who can donate these items, as they directly help our guests and tenants. Some items go to our emergency shelters. Some donations help our guests […]

Tedford Housing Elects Two New Board Members

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jennifer Iacovelli, jennifer@tedfordhousing.org, 207-729-1161, ext. 101 BRUNSWICK, Maine (October 20, 2015) – Tedford Housing, a nonprofit agency working to find lasting solutions to end homelessness in midcoast and central Maine, recently elected two new officers to its board of directors. Sally Loving, of Brunswick, is a self-employed communications consultant for advocacy […]

October 2015 Wish List for Tedford Housing + #Socktober

As a nonprofit organization, Tedford Housing often relies on community support to help fulfill its mission. Each month, we share some of our most needed items. We are always grateful to those who can donate these items, as they directly help our guests and tenants. (You can also view our general Wish List.) Here is what we […]

Tedford Housing Awarded $42,500 in Foundation Grant Money

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jennifer Iacovelli, jennifer@tedfordhousing.org, 207-729-1161, #101 BRUNSWICK, Maine (September 3, 2015) – Tedford Housing, a nonprofit agency working to find lasting solutions to end homelessness, was recently awarded grants from the Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation and the John T. Gorman Foundation. The total amount of funding awarded was $42,500. The Stephen […]

September 2015 Wish List for Tedford Housing

As a nonprofit organization, Tedford Housing often relies on community support to help fulfill its mission. Each month, we share some of our most needed items. We are always grateful to those who can donate these items, as they directly help our guests and tenants. (You can also view our general Wish List.) Here is what we […]