A mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine since 2001 serving those living in need in Greater Portland, Maine

How to Volunteer

Volunteers at St. Elizabeth’s come from one of our seven sponsoring parishes and the community at large.

If you speak a language in addition to English (including American Sign Language), please mention that skill when contacting the Executive Director.

From time to time, youth groups and college activity clubs have volunteered or led a drive in their community to support St. Elizabeth’s.

Questions:

If you are interested in volunteering or leading a drive in your community, please contact our Executive Director

 

To Visit

Neighbors in line at St. Luke's back entrance

Neighbors in line at St. Luke’s back entrance

Who may visit St. Elizabeth Center?

St. Elizabeth’s is a non-barrier center.  There are no eligibility requirements.  No identification is necessary.

What to bring?

A reusable shopping bag is helpful but not necessary.

What do we give? 

Every week toilet paper, bath soap, laundry detergent and feminine products are available.  Please see our calendar for other items available during the month.

When to visit?

The Center is open for distribution most Tuesday mornings from 8:30 to 11 am.  It is closed for holidays and whenever the Portland Schools are closed for storms or other bad weather.

Location?

St. Elizabeth’s distribution is held at the back of St. Luke’s Cathedral at 134 Park St, Portland, Maine.

 

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