Havey joins WCAP as resource developer

Feb 02, 2020
Dorothy Havey is Waldo Community Action Partners' new resource developer.

Belfast — Waldo Community Action Partners announced Jan. 31 that Dorothy Havey has joined the organization as its new resource developer. This is part of a long-range plan to grow and strengthen the organization, which will be celebrating its 55th anniversary later this year.

Havey has more than 30 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, including finance, fundraising, community development, promotion and constituent services. She is past director of Our Town Belfast, was executive director of the Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce, and was director of constituent services in Waldo County for Senate President Mike Thibodeau.

Havey also has worked for the Farnsworth Art Museum, Owls Head Transportation Museum and Penobscot Marine Museum. Most recently, she managed grants for the state's Department of Labor.

As resource developer for WCAP, Havey's responsibilities will include planning, implementing and evaluating development, communications and public relations opportunities for the organization. WCAP is looking to build on its current community and organizational strengths with the addition of this position.

Havey and her husband, Dave McCurdy, live on Coleman Pond. She is an avid gardener, knitter, and reader as well as kayaker and fisherman. She currently serves on the Lincolnville Planning Board and Broadband Committee and is member and past president of the Belfast Rotary Club.

Waldo Community Action Partners is a charitable, educational, private nonprofit organization located in Belfast. It is designed to utilize and mobilize public and private resources to assist low-income Waldo County residents in alleviating poverty and address its underlying causes.

For more information, visit waldocap.org or call 338-6809.

 

 

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