St. Francis Community, East Orland, Maine
First Those Who Suffer Most"
Francis Community is a 501(c)3 charity that provides food and shelter
and human dignity.
rely on the contributions of friends and supports to continue our
The home of Sr. Marie Ahern, where she hosted Monday
night community suppers for many years, burned beyond repair this past
H.O.M.E. and the St. Francis Community would like to replace it with a
small house for a couple of long-time members of our community.
We need your support to do this.
Sr Marie in her garden
farmhouse of the St. Francis Community shelters ten people.
The old farm house, which was originally the barn, burned in 2007. Everyone got out safely, including the dogs & cats.
Thanks to the wonderful and generous support of our friends, the big new house was completed very quickly.
The wonderful new house has sheltered many people in our community!
Sr. Lucy Poulin, founder and president of h.o.m.e., in her office
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