Caring Unlimited

Press Releases

9.13.16- Opportunities to Provide Support on CU Hotline
On Monday, September 26, 2016, Caring Unlimited will begin training new Hotline Advocates; individuals who provide free, safe on call support through the 24-hour hotline.  Applications are currently being accepted for the upcoming training, which will be held in Sanford.  Upon completion of the training, shifts are done from the convenience of home with on-call staff support for volunteers.
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8.4.16- Volunteers Needed at Caring Unlimited
On Monday, August 22, 2015, Caring Unlimited will host a training for new Kidworkers; individuals who provide free, safe onsite childcare during support and education groups.  Applications are currently being accepted for the upcoming training, with many open positions in Biddeford, Kittery and Sanford.
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7.6.16- 9th Year for Nicole's Run/ Walk to Benefit Caring Unlimited
On Saturday, July 16, 2016, the 9th Annual Nicole’s Run/ Ellie’s Walk will take place at Lord’s Point, Kennebunk Beach... Nicole’s Run/ Ellie’s Walk, presented in part by 2016 Event Sponsor: Kennebunk Savings, raises money to support the programs and services of Caring Unlimited, York County’s Domestic Violence Resource Center.
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5.16.16- Girls Who Grant Make Inaugural Donation to Caring Unlimited
Colleen Levesque and Danielle Moody were looking for a way to give back to their local community when they dreamed up Girls Who Grant as a way to get together with friends, socialize, and contribute to local charities. Their vision became reality and after their first two meetings, the Girls Who Grant (GWG) have awarded their first donation to Caring Unlimited, York County’s Domestic Violence Resource Center.
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4.11.16- New Alarms Increase Safety for Domestic Violence Victims
Victims of domestic violence in York County now have an important new resource to protect themselves from the person who is putting them in danger.  American Security Alarm, Inc. recently donated Libris Personal Alarms and monitoring services to Caring Unlimited for use by victims/ survivors who are living at the highest risk of serious harm from their abusers. 
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2.16.16- Caring Unlimited Receives United Way of York County 2016 Community Investment
Caring Unlimited today announced that it has been awarded a one-year grant from United Way of York County totaling $40,500. This investment will increase safety for victims and survivors of domestic abuse throughout York County by providing emergency safe haven and community-based outreach services for affected individuals and children. 
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10.27.15- Time and Again Consignment Gives $1500 to Caring Unlimited!
Time and Again Consignment Shop in Wells, Maine is committed to giving back to the community.  In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the non-profit community resale shop has donated $1500 to Caring Unlimited, York County’s Domestic Violence Resource Center.  Time and Again is operated solely by volunteers, and all of the shop’s profits are donated throughout the year to local non-profit organizations.
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2.24.15- Caring Unlimited Receives Support from United Way of York County.
Caring Unlimited is proud to announce the award of a one-year grant from United Way of York County totaling $42,500. This investment will support both the Transitional Housing and Outreach Services Programs at York County’s Domestic Violence Resource Center.
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2.12.15- Robert's Maine Grill Supports Caring Unlimited!
Robert's Maine Grill, in Kittery, Maine, will host two, "Community Suppers" on Wednesdays, February 18 and 25 to help support Caring Unlimited, the Domestic Violence Resource Center that serves all of York County, Maine.
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1.26.15- Volunteers Needed to Help End Domestic Violence in York County!
On Thursday, February 12, 2015, Caring Unlimited will begin training new volunteer hotline advocates.  Applications are currently being accepted for the upcoming training.  Founded by volunteers in 1977, York County’s Domestic Violence Resource Center continues to rely on volunteers to ensure that support and safety planning services are available 24-hours a day to women, their children, and men whose lives are affected by domestic abuse.
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