The American Red Cross Maine Chapter is a non-profit humanitarian organization that provides disaster relief and helps people during disasters.

Volunteer Maine is a resource for people who coordinate volunteer activities throughout the state of Maine.

The Economic Development Administration (EDA) is an agency in the United States Department of Commerce that provides grants and technical assistance to economically distressed communities in order to generate new employment, help retain existing jobs and stimulate industrial and commercial growth through a variety of investment programs.

The Disability Rights Center provides protection and advocacy services for eligible peole of all ages with developmental disabilities or mental illness. DRC offers direct advocacy assistance, information and referral, and training.

Sometimes you need more than an internet search. You need a conversation. Certain issues are hard to navigate. You're not alone. 211 Maine can help. For situations that involve: Basic Needs, Housing, Health, Food, Crisis, Sheltering, Warming Centers

Heat related illnesses and death are largely preventable with proper planning, education, and action. serves as the premier source of heat and health information for the nation to reduce the health, economic, and infrastructural impacts of extreme heat. 

National Weather Service Forecast Office in Gray, ME

The Lightning Safety Toolkit program was founded in 2011 to increase lightning safety and preparedness at outdoor venues 

Traffic, incidents and construction on major routes throughout New England

List of electricity outages and forecasted restoration times.

The Maine VOAD is the forum where organizations share knowledge and resources throughout the disaster cycle -- preparation, response and recovery -- to help disaster survivors and their communities. Members of the Maine VOAD form a coalition of nonprofit organizations that respond to disasters as part of their overall mission. Faith based, civic, and for-profit groups round out this network of partners. 

There are ten United Ways in Maine (UWME), each independently incorporated, and each governed by local volunteers. To reach our respective goals, UWME partners with individuals, schools, non-profit organizations, government policy makers, businesses, financial institutions, voluntary neighborhood associations, community development corporations, and the faith community. We have a common agenda and shared measures for our biggest goals so we can work together toward our desired results for the entire Maine community. We collaborate to advocate and educate about issues of shared importance.