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Upcoming Events

Monday, June 5, 2023 -
2:00pm to 3:00pm
Community-Centric Fundraising Maine Chapter

Join this group of Maine nonprofit leaders as they connect with one another, share learnings, and to investigate the 10 principles of CCF.

Wednesday, June 7, 2023 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
New to Philanthropy Lunchtime Connect

Are you a funder and have been in the field of philanthropy for less than three years? Do you want to connect with others in a similar phase of their career? Join us for a lightly facilitated lunchtime connect on Zoom.

Recent News

Thursday, May 25, 2023
The Rufus Porter Museum of Art and Ingenuity seeks Executive Director

The Board of Trustees seeks an Executive Director to implement the mission in creative ways and further the progress of the Rufus Porter Museum through the expansion of the permanent exhibits on Rufus Porter plus yearly special exhibits, enhancing programs that will continue to draw diverse visitors and increase membership, and directing the organization as it continues its capital campaign efforts to raise funds for a third museum building.

Thursday, May 25, 2023
Island Connections seeks Transportation Coordinator

Island Connections is seeking a self-motivated, empathetic and caring person to coordinate volunteers who provide free transportation for older adults and people with disabilities.

Member Spotlight

Poster with seeds, and text: Land is life; A call to redistribute land; we are on Wabanaki Territory

Land in Common removes land from speculative markets and places it into a member-run trust, to be cared for over the long-term by its residents. We are creating a multi-generational land base for sustainable livelihoods that supports communities working for just, cooperative, and resilient futures. Artwork by Heather Flor Cron