Friends & Kudos
ALF website http://www.lighthousefoundation.org/
The American Lighthouse Foundation is the parent organization of the Friends of Wood Island Lighthouse. It has provided continuing support to our efforts of restoration at Wood Island Light. Learn more about ALF, it’s mission, and the other ALF lighthouses on the website.
Home Depot http://www.homedepot.com
Home Depot of Biddeford has generiously provided FOWIL with discounts on construction materials for used on the lighthouse restoration.
Many IDEXX employees have graciously donated their volunteer hours to help FOWIL with many landscaping, maintenance, and restoration projects on on the island. These have included assisting with repairs to the boardwalk, oil house, and boat house.
Between the Tides Gift Shop http://www.betweenthetidesgifts.com
Between the Tides Gift Shop is s a very special gift shop located at 1 Lester B. Orcutt Blvd. in Biddeford Pool. They are open during the summer months.
Saco Frame Center
Saco Frame Center has provided various special framing jobs gratis to FOWIL. They do beautiful frame work and are located at 10 Pepperell Square, Saco, Maine 04072.
Nimlock has donated a beautiful oversized banner of the light tower. It will help us share our beautiful lighthouse at our community outreach events.
Jeremy’s website http://lighthouse.cc/me.html
Jeremy D’Entremont lighthouse historian has helped us research Wood Island Lighthouse history. He has a great website about Maine lighthouses.
Tidewater Photography http://www.photosbytidewater.com
Amy McCarthy of Tidewater Photography is donating 50% of the proceeds of any Wood Island Lighthouse photo purchased from her website. Click here to view and order Wood Island Lighthouse pictures.
New England Ghost Project (NEGP) http://www.neghostproject.nstemp.com/
New England Ghost Project helped us with several popular fundraising “Haunting Event.”
Maine Memory Network (MMN) http://www.mainememory.net/
The Maine Memory Network carries information about Wood Island Lighthouse on their educational web services.
Candace Clifford http://www.lighthousehistory.info/
Candace Clifford helped with our historical research in Washington D.C. She has written many books on lighthouses.
Maine Lighthouse Museum http://www.mainelighthousemuseum.com/
The Maine Lighthouse Museum provided us with an opportunity to have a display up in the museum about Wood Island Light.