In coordination with the Hancock County Food Drive, we’re collecting donations for all of April. Join our kick-off event April 3, 10am – 2pm, at The Galley, Burnt Cove, and Harborview Store. Donations can also be left at the HIP office.
The Makings of a Healthy Island
Healthy Island Project works independently or in partnership with local organizations and individuals to develop and launch community projects to improve the broad health of the Deer Isle – Stonington community.
We do this by providing information, making connections, and coordinating projects that promote healthy living.
Our five focus areas include…
Where people of all ages tend to and enhance their physical health and well-being through safe and expert-led programming.
Where older residents can thrive, receive social and physical support, and age with dignity, respect, and joy.
Healthy Island Project is a community-based organization that provides information, makes connections between people and organizations, and coordinates selected projects to promote healthy living. HIP brings together a cross section of Deer Isle – Stonington residents to address the broad health of our community.
What makes a healthy island?
“A healthy island is when every community member takes responsibility for and is supported in their physical, social, and psychological health and well-being. We want to create a community that looks out for it’s neighbors, celebrates life, and recognizes the importance of every island resident.”
René Colson Hudson, Executive Director of HIP
A Year in Review
Students Enrolled in Culinary Class
Kids Taught Bike Safety
Senior Food Boxes Provided
Items of Clothing Distributed
Meals Prepared During COVID-19
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