The AFP-NNE Conference Committee is seeking proposals from presenters for its 2023 Virtual Spring Conference.
Maine Philanthropy News
News related to philanthropy in Maine
The Maine Community Foundation has awarded 23 Greater Portland nonprofits a total $133,055 in grants through its Rines Thompson Fund.
Applications will be accepted through February 10.
Nonprofit organizations in Cumberland County may be eligible for grants from the Maine Community Foundation’s Community Building Grant Program.
Grants from the Maine Community Foundation’s (MaineCF) PF Fund for the Baldwin Area are available for nonprofit organizations and projects that benefit the community.
Preference will be given to proposals that raise community awareness of hospice and bereavement services; increase the utilization and/or the quality of end-of-life services; and support hospice volunteers and the recruitment of volunteers, including outreach, training, and recognition.
MaineCF’s county committees are made up of community members who live or work in the county and serve as local ambassadors for the foundation, sharing their knowledge and providing on-the-ground local leadership for the foundation.
Funding over three years to be used to recruit more dentists
The fund supports organizations that assist people in need with preference to nonprofits focused on youth, education, health care, substance abuse recovery and/or arts and culture.
The SIIRG program provides opportunities for either one-year planning grants up to $30,000 or implementation grants of up to $50,000 per year for one or two years.