[HCCN] PLEASE ANNOUNCE AND SPREAD THE WORD: 2009 Changing Maine Directory now updated and available

Larry Dansinger rosc at psouth.net
Sun Aug 23 09:20:24 EDT 2009


Please distribute this announcement (either shorter or longer or both) to
others in your group, in your area, or to anyone who might be interested in
this resource. Thanks. My apologies if you get this more than once.

BRIEF ANNOUNCEMENT:

NOW AVAILABLE: The sixth (2009) edition of the Changing Maine Directory is
available on the web at www.changingmaine.org and in print form as a
180-page directory. It is an incredible resource, listing nearly 1,500
grassroots social action and social service organizations throughout the
state in 34 different categories.

The print directory is available for $12 (postpaid) from Resources for
Organizing and Social Change (ROSC), 161 Stovepipe Alley, Monroe, ME 04951.
YOU CAN ORDER ONE OR MORE COPIES JUST BY SENDING A CHECK (sorry, no credit
cards) MADE OUT TO ROSC TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS. WE CAN ALSO BILL YOU: SEND US
THE ORDER AND WE WILL SHIP WITH AN INVOICE. For questions, call Larry
Dansinger at (207) 525-7776 or rosc at psouth.net. The information is also
compiled on the internet at the www.changingmaine.org web address.

LONGER ANNOUNCEMENT:

The sixth (2009) edition of the Changing Maine Directory is one of the best
resources available for anyone involved with social action or social service
programs in the state of Maine. It is available on the web at
www.changingmaine.org and in print form as a 180-page directory.

It is an incredible compilation of information about nearly 1,500 nonprofit,
mostly grassroots social action and social service groups addressing
community problems and providing for the needs and well-being of people in
Maine.

*For Organizations: You can use the Changing Maine Directory to identify
other valuable resources in your area and/or groups doing similar work in
other parts of Maine.
*For Social Service Providers: The Changing Maine Directory includes
valuable referral information that persons you work with can utilize to help
them resolve problems they face.
*For Individuals: The Changing Maine Directory is a great organizing and
networking tool that can help you find like-minded people and groups or
mobilize others to support the work you are doing.

Groups are listed in one of 34 categories, from "Animals"  and ³Art, Music,
and Culture² to "Youth" and including "Peace," "Health and Healing,"
"Environment," "Women," ³Racial and Ethnic Groups,² and "Justice." Each
organization is listed with name and generally several ways it can be
contacted (address, phone/fax number, email, and web site), and with a brief
description of the goals and/or activities of the group.

YOU CAN HELP OTHERS LEARN ABOUT THIS RESOURCE BY:
*Forwarding or sending this notice to others in your group or to other
e/mailing lists or to those in your address book;
*Posting this notice on your group¹s web site and/or on other social
networking sites.

IF A GROUP OR GROUPS YOU ARE PART OF IS/ARE LISTED IN THE DIRECTORY (Very
likely):
@Check the listing for accuracy;
@Let us know if there are errors and help us get the correct information
(send it to the contact info below);
@If you want one or more hard (paper) copies, send in an order (see below).

The print directory is available for $12 (postpaid) from Resources for
Organizing and Social Change (ROSC), 161 Stovepipe Alley, Monroe, ME 04951.
YOU CAN ORDER ONE OR MORE COPIES JUST BY SENDING A CHECK (sorry, no credit
cards) MADE OUT TO ROSC TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS. WE CAN ALSO BILL YOU: SEND US
THE ORDER AND WE WILL SHIP WITH AN INVOICE. For questions, call Larry
Dansinger at (207) 525-7776 or rosc at psouth.net. The same information is
available on the internet at the www.changingmaine.org web address.








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