In order to provide the services and infrastructure that it does, Blue Hill Community Development’s board (and others) volunteer time and other resources to keeping the organization going—meeting to consider new and review existing projects, manage the organization’s (and sponsored projects’) financial affairs, update the bhcd.org web site, maintain our legal and tax status, etc.
Help BHCD support its projects with minimal administrative costs! You can donate via the PayPal button (below) or send a check to BHCD noting BHCD in the memo area.
Reach Projects, an artist residency program sponsored by BHCD, has completed its first season, with great benefit to both the participating artists and the Blue Hill community.
The project volunteers, thrilled with this success are now gearing up for the 2020 season.
More information about Reach Projects…
At the request of several of our sponsored projects, we’ve set up a PayPal account to accept online donations to specific projects and to support BHCD’s general operating costs (which are modest).
Continue reading “Online Project Donations Now Accepted”
BHCD supports the Blue Hill Main Street organizational effort by providing access to our MailChimp email infrastructure. The idea is to facilitate communication amongst the four standing Main Street committees and the ~100 local residents who have provided emails and asked to be kept up-to-date with the Main Street efforts.
Anyone can add (or adjust) their email list preferences by clicking the button below:
The BHCD Board has approved sponsorship of “Native Gardens of Blue Hill,” a local group of gardeners (horticulturalists?) focused on creating publicly accessible gardens using native Maine plants.
Continue reading “Native Gardens of Blue Hill Sponsorship Approved”
On March 23, BHCD held its first “town forum,” inviting members of the Blue Hill community to learn about BHCD and its aspirations and about the first BHCD project, the Sidewalks & Pathways Initiative. The forum was attended by roughly 65 participants.
Continue reading “Town Forum Report”