Maine Philanthropy News
The Maine Philanthropic Network’s Advocacy Committee has expressed concern about efforts to weaken and repeal the Johnson Amendment. Learn more about the issue and find out how to take action.
Maine philanthropist Peter Alfond died earlier this month at age 65. He contracted malaria on a recent trip to Africa with his family.
A report of findings from the first phase of United Way of Eastern Maine's three-part community assessment and engagement process.
Six suggestions from psychologists and philosophers for "communicating without rancor or faulty reasoning with someone who has an opposing viewpoint."
Following a nationwide search, the Maine Health Access Foundation (MeHAF) Board of Trustees recently announced its unanimous selection of Barbara A. Leonard, MPH of Winslow, Maine, as the foundation’s new President and CEO.
On August 24th, the White House announced the establishment of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument east of Baxter State Park in north-central Maine. The land was donated by the Elliotsville Plantation, Inc., the foundation established by philanthropist Roxanne Quimby and her family.
Four times a year Androscoggin Bank makes grants to excellent agencies actively working in our communities to help kids thrive. Learn more about the most recent awardees.
The John T. Gorman Foundation issued a new report, A Portrait of Wellbeing: The Status of Seniors in Maine, highlighting the economic, housing, and social factors impacting older adults in the state.