Join us for a series of webinar conversations with Maine's 2018 gubernatorial candidates.
Maine Philanthropy News
September 18, 2018 - The Maine Association of Nonprofits and the Maine Philanthropy Center must regrettably announce today the cancellation of our gubernatorial forum scheduled for next Wednesday, September 26, at Husson Unive
The Maine Philanthropy Center is one of 33 regional and national philanthropy-serving organizations (PSOs) that signed onto a letter opposing the last-minute addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
This autumn, we will partner with our colleages at Associated Grant Makers and Grantmakers Council of Rhode Island to offer "Philanthropy 101."
After serving the Maine Philanthropy Center for six years, Barbara Edmond will retire as president in June 2019.
As part of our commitment to promote philanthropy and increase its impact in Maine, we are proud to develop an annual snapshot of giving in our state.
The John T. Gorman Foundation recently has grown and expanded its staff by two.
BerryDunn Manager Kati Denham Joins Maine Philanthropy Center’s Board
Jenn Gray, our director of advocacy, recently returned from at trip to Washington, D.C. Here's her blog post about all that she experienced.
As Congress reviews the Johnson Amendment, this updated fact sheet provides insight into the debate. We support continued enforcement of the amendment, which helps keep partisan politics out of the charitable sector.