Grantmakers and nonprofit organizations interested in the health of Maine people and communities gathered on May 12th, 2015 for an afternoon conversation about the trends and challenges that are top of mind in today's health arena. This learning and networking opportunity allowed participants to compare notes about interests, solutions being explored, and learnings on the ground.Read more
The Hospice Fund of the Maine Community Foundation seeks applications for grants to support hospice programs in southern Maine, particularly those that provide volunteer and bereavement services in Cumberland and York counties.
Grants of up to $10,000 from Maine Community Foundation’s Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Fund are available to nonprofit programs or organizations that are led by, and serve, people of Native American, Latino, African, Arab, and Asian desc
The Maine Health Access Foundation (MeHAF) has announced that their temporarily suspended Discretionary Grants program is accepting new applications as of September 15, 2020.
PORTLAND & ELLSWORTH—Grants to nonprofit organizations that serve disadvantaged, underserved, and/or vulnerable communities in Maine are available from the Frances Hollis Brain Foundation Fund of the Maine Community Foundation.
Waterville Community Dental Center (WCDC) is pleased to acknowledge a lead grant of $250,000 from Delta Dental Plan of Maine in support of the capital campaign to construct a new dental center.