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Altrusa Honors V2VME Board Member Sam Kelley

Altrusa Honors V2VME Board Member Sam Kelley

  Vet to Vet Maine Board member and volunteer peer companion Robert Sam Kelley has been selected as the 2022 Volunteer of the Year by Altrusa International Foundation of Portland, Maine, for his volunteer work with Vet 2 Vet Maine. Altrusa president Anita Chandler presented Sam with a plaque commemorating […]

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George Gets a New Roof

George Gets a New Roof

Navy veteran George Anderson, a Vet to Vet Maine participant, has a new roof for his Scarborough home of 53 years free of charge, thanks to a nationwide contest sponsored by Beacon of Hope, V2VME peer companion Brent Rolfe who nominated him, and a campaign by Vet2VetME participants and supporters […]

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V2V friend and companion participate in Honor Flight

V2V friend and companion participate in Honor Flight

Vet to Vet Maine Peer Companion Susan Sebestyen and her V2VME Veteran Friend Jean Doe went on a trip of a lifetime to Washington, DC, on April 29-May 1 thanks to Honor Flight Maine. They were part of a group of veterans and guardians (companions) who toured military monuments and […]

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Drummond Woodsum Awards V2VME 4-Year Grant

Drummond Woodsum Awards V2VME 4-Year Grant

The Drummond Woodsum law firm, 84 Marginal Way, Portland, has selected Vet to Vet Maine as one of several nonprofit organizations to receive an unconditional gift of $16,000, to be distributed in shares of $4,000 annually for the next four years. The award is part of Drummond Woodsum’s charitable giving […]

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Watch the Vet2Vet Maine show!

Watch the Vet2Vet Maine show!

The Vet2Vet Show premiered  April 4 on PMC Channel 5. Vet2Vet is a program about Maine veterans for Maine veterans and their families. It is about Vet2Vet Maine and its efforts to recruit veterans to serve as peer companions to other veterans. The host and producer of the show, Sam […]

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V2VME Recipient of Major Gift from 100+Women Who Care

V2VME Recipient of Major Gift from 100+Women Who Care

The nonprofit 100+ Women Who Care in Southern Maine selected Vet to Vet Maine as the recipient of the group members’ contributions in February. The organization of 300 women vote every three months for one of three nonprofits nominated and chosen randomly to give a five-minute presentation to the group. […]

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