Maine Philanthropy Center

Building Connections for Maine Grantmakers

Member Listing: Nonprofits

Use this searchable listing to find nonprofit members of MPC. Click on the names below to view the organization’s issue areas, mission, and geographic area.

Albiston Foundation

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947
United States
Phone: 
(207) 576-6621
Areas of Interest: 
Mission: 
Adaptive Gateway to the Outdoors
Geographic Focus: 

ArtVan

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Bath, ME 04530
United States
Phone: 
(207) 650-1608
Mission: 
ArtVan is a mobile arts therapy nonprofit that brings non-clinical art therapy services directly to youth and adults in the state of Maine.
Geographic Focus: 

Camp Beech Cliff

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Mount Desert, ME 04660
United States
Phone: 
(207) 244-0365
Areas of Interest: 
Mission: 
Camp Beech Cliff enriches the lives of people of all ages through its summer camps, year-round outdoor education, and recreation programs inspiring personal growth, connections among people, and an appreciation of the natural world.

Catholic Charities Maine

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Portland, ME 04104
United States
Phone: 
(207) 781-8550
Mission: 
Catholic Charities empowers and strengthen individuals and families of all faiths by providing innovative community-based social services throughout Maine.
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Central Maine Youth Makerspace

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
China, ME 04358
United States
Phone: 
2073142295
Mission: 
The mission of Central Maine Youth Makerspace is to improve educational and economic prospects for young people (grades 7-12) in Central Maine by advancing high-quality informal STEAM learning and traditional skill exploration and development opportunities. Please watch the overview of the concept at https://vimeo.com/530588805
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The Ecology School

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Saco, ME 04072
United States
Phone: 
(207) 283-9951
Mission: 
Foster stewardship for the earth by teaching the science of ecology and the practice of sustainability
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Ferry Beach Park Assocation

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Saco, ME 04072
United States
Phone: 
(207) 282-4489
Mission: 
Ferry Beach is a retreat and conference center on the beach in Saco, Maine, providing opportunities for individuals, families and organizations to awaken the human spirit.

Friends of Messalonskee Watershed

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Oakland, ME 04963
United States
Phone: 
207-618-8723
Mission: 
FOM is a grassroots, environmental non-profit dedicated to the protection of the Messalonskee Watershed
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Genesis Community Loan Fund

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Brunswick, ME 04011
United States
Phone: 
(207) 844-2035
Mission: 
Community Development Financial Institution - financing and technical assistance for the creation of affordable housing and community facilities.
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Hardy Girls Healthy Women

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Waterville, ME 04903-0821
United States
Phone: 
207.387.0553
Mission: 
Hardy Girls puts the power in girls hands to challenge a society that ignores their brilliance. We dare adult allies to join us in standing with girls. Our vision is girls causing a ruckus.
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A House for ME

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Kittery, ME 03904
United States
Phone: 
(207) 451-6769
Mission: 
Our MISSION is to create safe, supported living situations that enable people with disabilities to fully integrate themselves into the local community.
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Johnson Hall, Inc.

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Gardiner, ME 04345
United States
Phone: 
(207) 582-7144
Mission: 
To promote, create and inspire artistic excellence through the presentation of world-class entertainment and professional performing arts education and to drive cultural and economic growth for our community.
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Kennebec Historical Society

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Augusta, ME 04332
United States
Phone: 
(207) 622-7718
Mission: 
The purpose of the Kennebec Historical Society shall be to promote the study of the history of Kennebec County, the formation of collections of appropriate materials, and the dissemination of knowledge concerning this history.

Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Newry, ME 04261
United States
Phone: 
(207) 824-2440
Mission: 
Formerly Maine Handicapped Skiing, Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation (Maine Adaptive) is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to promote year-round education and training for individuals with disabilities in order to develop skills, enhance independence, and provide enjoyment through active recreation.
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Maine Boys to Men

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Portland, ME 04104
United States
Phone: 
(207) 774-9994

Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Waterville, ME 04901
United States
Phone: 
(207) 872-0261
Mission: 
To build and strengthen families and their children, instilling hope for the future and a better quality of life.
Geographic Focus: 

Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Augusta, ME 04330
United States
Phone: 
(207) 430-8334
Mission: 
The Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence (MCEDV) mobilizes collaborative community action with and on behalf of a statewide network of Domestic Violence Resource Centers to ensure that all people affected by domestic abuse and violence in Maine are restored to safety and that perpetrators are held accountable. MCEDV builds partnerships that promote public policy, education, and systems advocacy to create and encourage a social, political, and economic environment that fosters communities where the diversity, dignity, and contributions of all are respected and celebrated, and domestic abuse and violence no longer exist.
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Maine College Circle

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Cumberland, ME 04021
United States
Phone: 
(207) 318-5400
Mission: 
To inform and inspire early aspirations . . . to empower the youth of rural Maine . . . to build a brighter future for themselves . . . and for their communities.

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