Community Investors of Knox County accepts donation to help fight poverty

Community Investors of Knox County accepts donation to help fight poverty

Members of the Pilgrim Community Church of Camden recently made a generous donation to Community Investors of Knox County (CI). After hearing about Community Investors, a collaborative group of prominent nonprofit organizations, Pilgrim Community Church members were moved by CI’s mission of working with the local community to directly help Knox County residents who are struggling financially by funding simple, personalized solutions. Pictured here (L-R) accepting the donation on behalf of Community Investors is Megan Williams, Executive Director of United Midcoast Charities, and Pilgrim Community Church Pastor Rhonda Reed. Seated are church deacons Lois Silloway and Bob Phillips.


To subscribe to the Community Investors email list or to get more information please contact Frances Bray-Bateman at, 207-974-2429, or visit Community Investors of Knox County on Facebook. Donations can also be made on the Facebook page or by sending a check with Community Investors in the memo line to United Midcoast Charities, 87 Elm St, Suite 205, Camden, ME 04843.

For additional information, contact:
Megan Williams, Executive Director
United Midcoast Charities
87 Elm St, Ste 205
Camden, ME 04843


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