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Maine Philanthropy News
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These projects have advanced Maine children’s health, focusing on prevention and increasing access to needed services for underserved populations.
The Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Office of Child and Family Services (OCFS) is administering the Child Care Infrastructure Grant Program through a partnership with CEI.
Administered by FAME, Thrive Maine is a forgivable loan program for businesses and nonprofits that demonstrate COVID-related negative economic impacts.
The Board of Directors of the Eleanor Humes Haney Fund is pleased to announce that the Fund has been renamed as the Haney-Leighton Fund in order to honor Deborah Boies Leighton for her tireless work on behalf of the Fund and for her lifelong commitment to radical social change.
Funding Panel Members collectively determine grant awards for the region according to Haymarket’s mission, vision, and principles.
More than $174,000 in grants from the Maine Community Foundation’s (MaineCF) Frances Hollis Brain Foundation will support organizations that offer early childhood, health, food security, legal and homelessness services.
More than $30,000 in grants from the Maine Community Foundation (MaineCF) will support hospice services in southern Maine.
More than $836,000 in Maine Community Foundation (MaineCF) grants will help strengthen nonprofit organizations and projects in Cumberland County.
Point32Health named to The Civic 50 by Points of Light, the world’s largest nonprofit dedicated to volunteer service.