Join New Hope for Women to hear why they changed their name and learn more about their inclusive mission, Tuesday, November 16, at 12 noon, live via Facebook.
“New Hope for Women has served as a trusted partner in Midcoast Maine for forty years, providing an essential community service to people affected by domestic abuse,” said New Hope, in a news release. “Over the decades, we have continued to learn, evolve and update our approach and services to best meet the needs of our communities. We’re very excited about our latest evolution… a new name and logo! We have always served everyone, regardless of gender, race, age or economic circumstances and on November 16 at 12noon we’ll reveal a new name and logo that better reflects the inclusive work we do each and every day.”
Following a message from Governor Mills, the organization’s executive director will be joined by its leading advocates to discuss why the change was made and how the new name will help make a greater impact on local communities. A few community partners will also share the collaboration to provide comprehensive support and education to people in Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Knox and Waldo counties who are impacted by domestic abuse.