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Finding Our Voices
  • Published
    December 15, 2022

    Finding Our Voices gets Camden National Bank funding for youth education

    The grant will expand the group’s work educating young people across Maine on what is healthy and what is not healthy in intimate partner and family relationships.

  • Published
    December 1, 2022

    Finding Our Voices awarded $10,000

    The award will support the Finding Our Voices Get Out Stay Out fund, which pays for short-term motel stays; apartment rent; car repairs and gas cards; computer repair; legal consultations and storage unit and U-Haul fees.

  • Published
    October 27, 2022

    The women in the window

    Finding Our Voices is breaking the silence on domestic abuse.

  • Published
    September 29, 2022

    Finding Our Voices events in October

    Finding Our Voices will fill Domestic Abuse Awareness month of October with activities across Knox and Waldo counties and Maine.

  • Published
    September 19, 2022

    Finding Our Voices receives $7,500 grant

    The nonprofit says the United Midcoast Charities grant will empower Knox and Waldo county female domestic abuse victims to get out and stay out of danger, and to get and keep their children safe as well.

  • Published
    September 5, 2022

    Safe House Founder is also a Finding Our Voices banner participant

    Elizabeth Conley-Lepene, founder and president of the nonprofit Safe House, a national organization to end domestic violence, is a banner participant in Patrisha McClean’s Finding Our Voices campaign.

  • Published
    August 29, 2022

    Finding Our Voices wins national award

    Finding Our Voices, the grassroots, Camden-based nonprofit, has won a national award for its bookmarks featuring the faces and voices of 43 Maine survivors of domestic abuse.

  • Published
    June 30, 2022

    Finding Our Voices is going to the movies

    Two short documentaries share the stage with the award-winning "And So I Stayed" at the 25th edition of the Maine International Film Festival in Waterville.

  • Published
    June 6, 2022

    Finding Our Voices: ‘What love is and what love is not’ community art

    What love is and what love is not, as expressed by Midcoast Maine K-12 students, is papering Camden, Rockport, Rockland, and Thomaston through the month of June in the Finding Our Voices community-wide Love/not Love exhibit.

  • Published
    May 26, 2022

    Student art explores love/not love in Finding Our Voices exhibit

    Fifty-plus works of art are on bold display throughout June in windows of the Farnsworth Art Museum, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, and dozens of downtown businesses in Thomaston, Rockland, Rockport and Camden.

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