Save Our Shelter Bottle Drive November 28 2020

We take your bottles and cans every day, but on the morning of November 28th, we'll have volunteers on the ready to help you unload your redeemables. So bring what you have and we'll lend you the hands you need! Also feel free to call (207) 667-8088 if you have problems bringing your redeemables to the shelter but want them to go toward the animals; we have people willing to help with that too!

Save Our Shelter Bottle Drive October 2020

Save Our Shelter Bottle Drive Saturday, October 17, 9:00am - 12:00 pm at the following locations: Franklin Veterans Club at 4 Card Crossing, Franklin The Surry Store at 1305 Surry Rd, Surry Winter Harbor Lobster Co-Op at 23 Pendleton Rd, Winter Harbor Machias Savings Bank at 96 Cottage St, Bar Harbor The SPCA of Hancock County, 141 Bar Harbor Rd, Trenton Bring your returnable bottles and cans to one of these locations, and our wonderful SPCA volunteers will bag them up and return them! All…

Save Our Shelter Bottle Drive September 2020

Save Our Shelter Bottle Drive Saturday, Saturday 26, 9:00am - 12:00 pm at the following locations: Franklin Veterans Club at 4 Card Crossing, Franklin The Surry Store at 1305 Surry Rd, Surry Twilite Motel at 147 Bucksport Rd, Ellsworth Machias Bank at 96 Cottage St, Bar Harbor and of course The SPCA of Hancock County, Trenton Bring your returnable bottles and cans to one of these locations, and our wonderful SPCA volunteers will bag them up and return them! All proceeds go directly towards providing…

Save Our Shelter Bottle Drive

Save Our Shelter Bottle Drive Saturday, August 29 9:00am - 12:00 pm at the following locations: Franklin Veterans Club at 4 Card Crossing, Franklin The Surry Store at 1305 Surry Rd, Surry Twilite Motel at 147 Bucksport Rd, Ellsworth Machias Bank at 96 Cottage St, Bar Harbor and of course The SPCA of Hancock County, Trenton Bring your returnable bottles and cans to one of these locations, and our wonderful SPCA volunteers will bag them up and return them! All proceeds go directly towards providing…

Questions From You: What’s the difference between “shelter staff” and “shelter volunteers?”

This article is part of our series, "Questions From You," where you send us questions about the shelter, and we post the answers! Have a question? Send it to us at spcahc.development@gmail.com. “When you say you “work at the SPCA,” do you mean you’re a volunteer? Paid staff? What are the differences between what a volunteer does and what a staff member does?” It takes a whole community to keep the SPCA of Hancock County running. We have both paid staff and volunteers, and both…

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