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Our Impact (Caring like Christ)

Meeting the needs of the individuals that come through our doors and serving as the hands and feet of Jesus is the driving force behind this ministry. Hope Haven certainly has a faithful, committed foundation of generous donors, which is evident not just in the accounting office but in all areas of the shelter. The support of caring neighbors helps to make a real and lasting impact in the lives of the men, women, and children we serve. Friends and neighbors from all over central Maine stop in to donate food, clothing, household goods, supplies, and even their valuable time, to help those in our community who need it most. Because of the support we receive from the community and even from beyond the borders of Lewiston/Auburn, we can continue providing much-needed assistance to the hungry, homeless, and underserved. 

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Providing Nourishment

Provided 17,476 meals in 2023

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Giving Shelter

Provided 4,960 Nights of  Emergency Shelter in 2023

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Food Pantry & Clothing

Served 22,968 visitors through our Giveaway Center in 2023.

We would like to extend our appreciations to  Hampton by Hilton,  for their partnership.  With their assistance we will be able to update our facility,  assist our guest, and the  community.

              Our New Partners            Hampton by Hilton

Allison Beane General Manager
Robin Berube Director of Sales
Madison Roy Front Office Manager

Providing Nourishment

Over 2,000 meals are served in our soup kitchen to residents and neighbors every month. Our food pantry is also a source of food for many in our community. We are grateful to all of the vendors, grocery stores, local growers, and individuals who provide food for Hope Haven's soup kitchen and food pantry.

 

 

Chapel service on Sunday May 4, 2024

Mrs. Ponds sang beautifully, and Pastor Ponds delivered the message from Ephesians 6:10-12

Would Like to thank SummerSpace and Futureguard Building Products, Inc for the donation of non-perishables donation and the financial donation, Thank you.

We would like to thank the Saracens MC of Maine for their donation to assist in our Christmas Assistance Program.

We would like to thank all our volunteers for making this Thanksgiving a success, we where able to provide 183 meals. Thank you all for your support.

We would like to thank the Lewiston Fire Department for their donation to assist in our Thanksgiving dinner. Thank you!

We would like to thank the National Honor Society at Lewiston High School for all their hard work and dedication in assisting their community. Through their support and outreach, we have been able to supply the destitute and homeless with needed supplies to help them to facilitate an easier existence.

We would like to thank our volunteers for their assistance in serving and delivering 116 meals. Thank you all for taking time out of your Christmas to assist in providing meals to the community,.

We would like to thank the Lewiston Fire Department for their continued contribution to our Christmas give away, and for their dedication and hard work.

We would like to thank the Vinyard Church Youth Group in Mechanic Falls for their donation of backpacks.

We would like to thank all donors for their donations, as they made it possible to add this generator to our building. We would also like to thank DeBloise Electric Inc, for all the work that they did. This generator powers the entire building,  if the neighborhood loses power during a storm we will still be in operation. Thank you all. 

We would like to thank our volunteers for their assistance in serving and delivering 210 meals. Thank you all for taking time out of your thanksgiving to assist in providing meals to the community,.

Thank you Lewiston Fire Department for the Thanksgiving donation.

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