Maine Philanthropy News
Twelve organizations were awarded a total of $82,500 for projects that ranged from music classes and bereavement support to workshops with performing artists and others.
Thirty Greater Portland organizations received a total of $146,750 in funding through Maine Community Foundation’s (MaineCF) Rines Thompson Fund.
Building Movement Project (BMP), with the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, invites professionals from grantmaking institutions to join for the inaugural Philanthropy and Social Movements Funder Lab between February and June of 2022.
Maine Health Access Foundation's 2022 Discretionary Grants and Meeting Support Grants programs offer a rolling application deadline, low barrier application processes, and minimal reporting requirements.
Nominations are due February 9th and will be reviewed later in February.
Northeast Delta Dental partners with Dental Life Network (DLN) and contributes to several other causes to cover vets in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
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.
Maine Initiatives’ Grants for Change Program (G4C) is excited to announce thirty-four (34) grants totaling over $500,000 to organizations led by Black, Indigenous, and People/Communities of Color (BIPOC) advancing racial justice efforts in Wabanakiak (Maine).
MeHAF is pleased to announce $1,250,000 in funding for 17 Community Responsive Grants.