Partner Spotlight: Deering Center Community Church

When the pandemic hit Maine, many of our partners sprang into action, altering their se More about Partner Spotlight: Deering Center Community Church

Portland Summer Meals Program

Portland Public Schools Food Services Program and their partner sites are sharing free meals for kids and teens ages 18 or under.  More about Portland Summer Meals Program

Native Maine brings USDA's Farmers to Families Program to Maine

Initially, no companies in Maine were awarded any Federal funding from the Farmers to Families Program that was established by Congress as part of the CARES Act passed in March. More about Native Maine brings USDA's Farmers to Families Program to Maine

Food Justice is Racial Justice

In addition to learning about and engaging with the resources listed in the article linked below, please support these local, food sovereignty projects and farms that are creating a more just and e More about Food Justice is Racial Justice

Volunteer Spotlight: Chris Chella

When the global pandemic reached Maine, we didn't know how we would meet the unprecedented need for food access while allowing as few volunteers inside the building as possible to keep our space an More about Volunteer Spotlight: Chris Chella

Over 17,000 packages of Girl Scout cookies shared with our community

Thanks to the Girl Scouts of Maine, over 17,000 packages of Girl Scout Cookies were donated and shared with our community through Wayside. More about Over 17,000 packages of Girl Scout cookies shared with our community

Sam L. Cohen Foundation pledges $1 million to COVID-19 relief

Wayside is pleased to announce the continued support of the Sam L. Cohen Foundation through a new award specifically for our COVID-19 relief work. More about Sam L. Cohen Foundation pledges $1 million to COVID-19 relief

Episcopal Maine donates 30,000 lbs of local potatoes to community

When the Episcopal Diocese of Maine wanted to support their community during the global pandemic, one parishioner from Scarborough had a winning idea. More about Episcopal Maine donates 30,000 lbs of local potatoes to community

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