Our Community Partners
Rober Kier, Bar Harbor Bank Branch Relationship Manger and Kaitlyn Covel, Bar Harbor Bank VP, Regional Market Manger presents Kelley Kieth, COA Executive Director with a check for $750 towards COA's Senior Nutrition Program. September 2018
We could not be a successful organization without our community partners and their support to the Council on Aging
Lake Sunapee Region Visiting Nurses Association and Hospice
New London Hospital
Community Action Program - www.bm-cap.org
First Baptist Church Food Pantry
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church: KLS Community Food Pantry
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church: Loaves & Fishes
Bradford Senior Center: Meals on Wheels - https://sites.google.com/a/bm-capes.org/elder-services/bradford
Wilmot Community Association: Senior Lunch
2017 - 2018 SENIOR LUNCHEONS in WILMOT
3rd THURSDAYS at 11:30 AM
Oct 18, Nov 15,* Jan 17, Feb 21, Mar 21, & Apr. 18
WCA Red Barn, WILMOT 64 Village Road, next to Wilmot PO
Suggested donations and fees: Seniors (60+): $5; ($2 CAP lunch + $3 WCA)
60 & Under: $9; ($6 fee CAP lunch + $3 WCA)
Call COA 526 6368 to reserve a meal at least 10 days prior to the luncheon
*SPECIAL - Coffee & Carols at the WCA's Red Barn EVENT * - 10:30 AM, Thursday, Dec. 20!
celebrate the holidays with coffee, sweet treats & your favorite carols
(no reservations necessary, donations welcome, no lunch served)
We're so thankful for our community partners!
If you would like to become a business sponsor of the COA please find more information here.
TAX PREPARATION VOLUNTEERS
AARP Tax-Aid Program
The AARP Tax-Aid program needs additional volunteers for income tax preparation in New London, Andover, and Newport. Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. You do not need to be an AARP member or a retiree to volunteer.
“The AARP Tax-Aid program is a wonderful resource for the American taxpayer.”, says Ron Koron, local coordinator. “AARP Tax-Aid volunteers get a great deal of satisfaction from helping people deal with the challenges of preparing their tax forms. If you want to help others with their tax returns, this is the program for you.”
Individuals are needed who have some basic income tax preparation experience together with good computer skills. AARP Tax-Aide volunteers receive comprehensive training in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service. Volunteers will work two half-days a week beginning February 1, 2019. After training and passing a written test (open book), you will become certified to prepare tax returns. If you are interested, call Ron Koron at 526-8018 or Jeff North at 748-7441.