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Maine Philanthropy Center was proud to host the 2014 Philanthropy Partners Conference with 356 attendees, featuring 57 panelists comprised of 34 nonprofits, 17 grantmakers, 4 nonprofit consultants, and 2 government officials, a keynote presentation by Heather Peeler from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, and energizing conversations among old friends and new colleagues.Read more
The Maine Philanthropy Center brings information and trends to the grantmakers who fund nonprofits in Maine.
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MPC's mission is to provide opportunity, leadership, and support to advance the effectiveness of philanthropy in Maine and its ability to make a meaningful difference.
You can access MPC's searchable listings of nonprofit, consultant, and funder members using the links below or download a pdf listing of MPC's members at the bottom of the page.
The Maine Philanthropy Center assists nonprofit organizations by helping them find funding sources for their organizations. Information about resources for nonprofits.
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Build Connections among Grantmakers
MPC builds connections within the grantmaking community through conferences, programs, workshops, corporate and family philanthropy roundtables, consultations, and direct referrals.
The Maine Philanthropy Center’s nonprofit programs offer staff, trustees and volunteers of nonprofit organizations the opportunity to improve their skills around grantseeking and being effective in their communications with funders.
MPC programs are designed to help grantmakers learn and develop expertise. MPC provides programs and offers workshops to share the skills needed for foundations and giving programs to be meaningful and effective.