Do you know about the Hannaford Markets Cause Bag Program? This program was launched in October, 2015 and is designed to supp0ort local nonprofits through the sale of the reusable Hannaford Helps bag.
For every blue Hannaford Helps reusable bag purchased at the Hannaford store located at Brewer, Maine during the month of July Curran Homestead Village will receive a $1 donation!
Curran Homestead Village has a goal of raising $500 by the end of the month of July which is equivalent to 500 bags purchased.
Curran Homestead Village is a nonprofit based in Orrington, Maine. Founded in 1991, Curran Homestead Village has provided hands-on, experiential learning experiences to all ages
through the use of a collection of artifacts. Through these experiences our goal is to meet science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics learning objectives ultimately preparing new generations with the lessons of the past for the challenges of the future. Curran Homestead Village is proud to be a beneficiary recipient of the Hannaford Cause Bag program!
Learn more about Curran Homestead Village by visiting our website at: curranhomestead.org or our Facebook page.
For more information on the Hannaford Cause Bag program, visit hannaford.bags4mycause.com or facebook.com/hhbagprogram
19th Century Curran Homestead Village at Fields Pond and Newfield is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that collects, preserves and utilizes historic artifacts and buildings for the purpose of exhibition, living history, traditional arts programming and hands-on education. The villages serve as classrooms to not only raise awareness and appreciation of life in rural Maine and New England during the emerging Industrial Age of the 19th and early 20th centuries but to empower new generations through sharing the lessons of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics from that time to meet the challenges of the 21st century . Our goal is to help to nurture future inventors, scientists, mechanics, and agriculturists through individual awareness and discovery.