Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Peabody House to Split the Plate With First Parish Church

The Frannie Peabody Center will be the recipient of The First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church’s “Split the Plate” charitable program throughout the month of May. During services on Sunday, May 21st, Patti Capouch, Executive Director of the Peabody Center, will speak about the epidemic in Maine in light of the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial.

Half of all worship offerings in May will be donated to the Peabody Center’s programs and services for people living with HIV/AIDS in Southern Maine. The First Parish U/U Church is located at 425 Congress Street, Portland. Services are held each Sunday at 10am.

Frannie Peabody Center is the product of a 2002 merger between The AIDS Project and Peabody House. It is the largest community-based HIV organization in Maine In addition, the Peabody Center provides the state’s only housing assistance, subsidies, transitional housing, and assisted living care specifically for people with HIV and AIDS.


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