Camden Massage Therapist Holds Fundraiser for LifeFlight

Camden Maine Massage Therapy is giving 10% of its January 2014 sales to LifeFlight. Start the new year off right with a therapeutic massage and a charitable donation to the state's only emergency medical helicopter service.

LifeFlight Teams Up with Zoll to Donate AED to the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association

MOFGA's Common Ground Education Center is now a safer place, thanks to a generous donation by LifeFlight, Maine's emergency medical helicopter service, and Zoll Medical Corporation, the leading manufacturer of AEDs (automated external defibrillator).

Port Clyde community honors Dylan Gold family at end of season gathering; raises funds for LifeFlight and St. George Ambulance

The 5th Rock the Dock will take on special meaning this year as the community honors the memory of 9-year-old Dylan Gold, of Cohasset, MA, who was fatally injured in a motor vehicle crash on the Monhegan Dock this past August. In addition to Dylan, his mother Allison, brother Wyatt, and Port Clyde’s Joss Coggeshall were critically injured by the runaway vehicle.

LifeFlight Needs Additional Aircraft to Meet the Needs of Mainers

As requests from physicians continue to increase, LifeFlight has reached the capacity of its two helicopters.  In 2012 our crews transported more than 1,500 patients from every corner of the state to specialty hospitals in Maine, Boston, and beyond. LifeFlight is becoming increasingly important to our community hospitals to support critically ill and injured patients with additional staff and advanced technology. As the cost of healthcare continues to spiral up and community hospitals find it difficult to provide specialized services, the role of LifeFlight will continue to grow. To serve everyone who would benefit from our service, we must expand our fleet.

Nearly forty swimmers raised more than $23,000 in inaugural Islesboro Crossing

As the sun came up over Penobscot Bay on Saturday, August 17, thirty-eight intrepid swimmers and their paddler escorts strode into the water at Ducktrap Beach to swim the 3.1 miles from Lincolnville to Islesboro. This inspiring and powerful event was an effort to raise funds and awareness for LifeFlight of Maine, and saw the shores of Islesboro lined with well-wishers cheering the swimmers to the finish. With more than $23,000 raised to date, it is fair to say that the first Islesboro Crossing event was a success.

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