MaineCF awards $32K to Southern Maine hospice services

Friday, April 12, 2024

The Maine Community Foundation’s Hospice Fund awarded $32,063 to four organizations providing end-of-life services in Southern Maine.

The Hospice Fund supports hospice services, especially programs that support volunteer and bereavement services, in Cumberland and York counties.

2024 grantees:

  • Chaplaincy Institute of Maine, to strengthen end-of-life programming and develop a workshop that provides opportunity to explore pathways through grief: $6,600
  • Hospice Help Foundation, to provide critical financial support to hospice patients who are unable to afford essential comforts: $10,463
  • Laudholm Trust, to build a supportive community that emphasizes healing through nature for caregivers and the bereaved in York County: $5,000
  • VNA Home & Hospice, to improve and expand educational provider events to increase awareness of hospice services: $10,000

For more information about the Hospice Fund, visit

The Maine Community Foundation brings people and resources together to build a better Maine through strategic giving, community leadership, personalized service, local expertise and strong investments. To learn more about the foundation, visit