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American-Made Heroes grant will help train V2VME volunteers more quickly

American-Made Heroes grant will help train V2VME volunteers more quickly

In August 2020, Vet to Vet Maine was the grateful recipient of a $1900 grant from Evan Williams’s American-Made Heroes Foundation Fund. The fund’s mission is to support America’s military veterans by funding nonprofit organizations that serve the veteran community. The grant was given to support V2VME’s “efforts in positively […]

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The Pine Tree Regiment in World War I

The Pine Tree Regiment in World War I

This is an archive of the presentation made on Nov. 11, 2020 by Maine National Guard Historian CPT Jonathan Bratten. It details the sacrifices and stories of Mainers in the Great War. Made possible by a grant from the Maine Humanities Council and in collaboration with the University of New […]

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Why we volunteer

Why we volunteer

Vet to Vet Maine was asked recently by the Public Broadcasting Service to submit videos of our volunteers talking about why they do what they do for PBS’s American Portrait Volunteering Project. Below are links to some of the volunteer videos: Bob Stalilonis Sue Gold Eric Mihan Bob Bond Tom […]

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Thanks Eric!

Thanks Eric!

We received a very nice boost from Eric Mihan, son of Vet to Vet Maine volunteer of the same name in the video below. Eric, who is the owner of Bangor Wine and Cheese, is actually there to discuss wine, but he takes a moment to speak about what we’re […]

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Help us win $5,000!

Help us win $5,000!

Vet to Vet Maine is one of 25 nonprofits (and the only one devoted exclusively to veterans) to be nominated for Town & Country Federal Credit Union’s 2020 Better Neighbor Fund charitable giving campaign. Now we have to get out the vote to win a grant (up to $5,000). Please […]

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CARES Grant Will Help Fund V2VME’s Service to Older Veterans

Vet 2 Vet Maine was awarded a $7,500 mini-grant in July. These mini-grants are made possible by the recent release of CARES Act funding by the federal government in response to the COVID-19 emergency. This grant will support Vet to Vet Maine’s response to the growing needs of older veterans […]

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