Welcome to KVCAP
Building Stronger Individuals, Families and Communities
KVCAP is a non-profit Community Action Agency, serving the people of Kennebec and Somerset counties for 50 years. Now also serving people in Lincoln and Sagadahoc counties through our Housing and Energy programs.
Since 1965, hundreds of thousands of residents have accessed our programs, helping them overcome the challenges of poverty.
KVCAP remains committed to the citizens of Central Maine and to our goal of helping all our clients become, and remain, economically and socially self-sufficient.
KVCAPâ€™s Patricia Kosma Announces Her Retirement - Suzanne Walsh Named as New Chief Executive Officer
The Kennebec Valley Community Action Programâ€™s Board of Directors announced today that its Chief Executive Officer, Patricia Kosma, is retiring after 35 years of service with the Agency. Kosma...
Public transit continues to grow in Maine and so does the demand
As a rural and aging state, Maine faces challenges to help its people move around. By Jim Wood Kennebec Journal, April 23, 2015 A new and improved public transit system...
Annual Bike Swap
The South End Neighborhood Association will hold its annual "Bike Swap" on Saturday, May 2nd from 9-10:30 in the South End Teen Center/KVCAP parking lot. New and used bikes for those in need...
Save the Date!
March 30, 2015
KVCAP would like to invite all our friends and supporters to our 50th Anniversary Celebration on June 20th from 11am-2pm!
Wicked Whoopie partners with statewide efforts to raise child abuse prevention awareness
Throughout April Wicked Whoopies is partnering with the Maine Childrenâ€™s Trust and the Maine Child Abuse Prevention Councils to promote child abuse prevention. A special mini Wicked Whoopie has...
Learn how KVCAP is working to impact the communities we serve.
Our Impact: As the only Community Action Agency in Central Maine, we have been the leader in addressing local poverty-related issues for 50 years. We partner and collaborate to raise...
ROOTS OF SUCCESS!
March 2, 2015
1 in 4 children live in poverty, and over 40% of children enter kindergarten behind, but #RootsofSuccess can change their path. Click â€śread moreâ€ť to watch a short but powerful video.
Maine Car Seat Program
February 6, 2015
As of March 1, 2015 KVCAP will no longer be a Child Safety Seat Installation/Distribution site for the Maine Car Seat Program. The nearest distribution site is at Redington Fairview General Hospital...
NEW 2014-15 LIHEAP Income Guidlines
August 15, 2014
The income guidelines for fuel assistance are now available. You can view or download the full brochure on our Heating Assistance page by following the link at the top of our home page under â€śFor the...