A community effort to repurpose an 1895 standpipe in Castine, Maine into a four-thousand square foot learning environment will provide an infant-toddler room, a three & four year-old room, and an after school/community room, as well as support rooms, office, conference room, and art room.
Mohr & Todd Design of Charlottesville, VA and Southwest Harbor, ME have designed the conversion of the structure, community volunteers have contributed their time and talents for its construction, and financial donors are making it possible to purchase all the needed materials.
Donations are being accepted to finalize this project. Community Childhood Learning Place, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is seeking tax-deductible donations and grants (pledges and stock transfers also welcome). Would you consider helping us reach our goal of opening in the Summer of 2019?
Images contributed by Castine Historical Society and Todd & Mohr Designs
Yes, I want to support our children and families!
Community Childhood Learning Place serves children and families in Castine and the surrounding area. The program appreciates the support of individuals and organizations to continue to provide a quality program. Donations are being accepted to finalize the project and support ongoing operations. CCLP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit; donations are tax-deductible.
For more information on ways to give, contact us:
PO Box 344
Castine, ME 04421
WE WOULD LIKE TO SAY
TO OUR 160 DONORS, 50 VOLUNTEERS, AND THE MANY GENEROUS COMPANIES WHO'VE HELPED US ACHIEVE OUR FINANCIAL GOAL.
The beautiful windows and doors are thanks to: The Davis Family Foundation
Maine Community Foundation
MCF (Bari Lyon Small Fund)
Pella Windows & Doors
Mohr & Todd Design