Spend some time with Edgar Villanueva - vice president of programs and advocacy at the Schott Foundation for Public Education and author of Decolonizing Wealth: Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore Balance - and MPC's new president and CEO, Jeannette Andre.
The Maine Philanthropy Center’s spring symposium is a multi-sector summit that brings representatives from the philanthropy, nonprofit, corporate, and government sectors together for conversation around how they and their organizations might work together to advance the common good.Read more
The Maine Philanthropy Center's popular biennial Philanthropy Partners Conference provides an important and rare opportunity for hundreds of funders and nonprofits working across Maine to speak frankly about common issues and current challenges. Through presentations, discussion sessions, and valuable networking time, attendees share successes and best practices, learn about new trends and tools, and build connections that can enrich their work.Read more
Join us for our annual gathering of Maine funders! Build connections with Maine philanthropy colleagues, share successes and challenges, and learn about what's happening in the broader philanthropy world.Read more
Build connections with Maine philanthropy colleagues, share successes and challenges, and learn about what's happening in the broader philanthropy world. The 2016 Funders Forum will follow the 2016 Philanthropy Partners Conference.Read more
Save the date for Maine Philanthropy Center's 2016 Conference, bringing together funders, nonprofits, advisors, and consultants working across Maine to speak frankly about shared issues and current challenges.Read more
The Funders Forum provides MPC’s funder members the opportunity to meet and reflect on the issues crucial to our work. Build connections with Maine philanthropy colleagues, share successes and challenges, and learn about what's happening in the broader philanthropy world.Read more
Maine Philanthropy Center was proud to host the 2014 Philanthropy Partners Conference with 356 attendees, featuring 57 panelists comprised of 34 nonprofits, 17 grantmakers, 4 nonprofit consultants, and 2 government officials, a keynote presentation by Heather Peeler from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, and energizing conversations among old friends and new colleagues.Read more