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.

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.

Frances Perkins Center

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Newcastle, ME 04553
United States
Phone: 
(207) 563-3374
Mission: 
The Frances Perkins Center honors the legacy of Frances Perkins by sharing her commitment to the principle that government should provide all its people with the best possible life, and by preserving the place that shaped her character. The Center convenes leaders and future leaders in public policy, labor and related fields to generate creative solutions to today’s social and economic problems and teaches students of all ages about a remarkable woman whose work continues to improve the lives of ordinary Americans.
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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.

Land For Southport's Future

Funder Category: 
Nonprofit
Address: 
Southport Island, ME 04576
United States
Mission: 
Land for Southport’s Future (LFSF) is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit established to create a sustainable fund to buy and preserve land and resources on Southport Island for use by the entire community and to give the people an ongoing voice in the future of this island. Our immediate goal is to purchase the former home and adjacent land of cartographer and artist Ruth Lepper Gardner, as a center for community engagement and a space to host educational opportunities, and to assure a forever access to the nearby shoreline.
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