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, Vice President of Member and Partner Engagement at Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, and energizing conversations among old friends and new colleagues.Read more
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Philanthropy Partners Conference will return to beautiful Point Lookout Resort and Conference Center in Northport, Maine situated on 387 acres of picturesque mountainside terrain overlooking Penobscot
The 2016 Philanthropy Partners Conference is currently sold out. We are no longer accepting scholarship requests.
We want to make sure the 2016 Philanthropy Partners Conference reflects the perspectives of a wide range of Maine people, communities, and nonprofits.
We’ve worked to keep registration rates as low as possible. But if the cost of the conference is still a barrier to attending, we have a limited number of partial scholarships available.
Save the date for Maine Philanthropy Center's 2016 Conference, bringing together funders, nonprofits, advisors, and consultants working across Maine to speak frankly about shared issues and current challenges.Read more
A summary of the 2016 Philanthropy Partners Conference program, including session descriptions and resources and information about our keynote speakers.
Join close to 400 funders and nonprofits at MPC's popular biennial conference for an interactive day of learning, networking, and sharing diverse perspectives to increase the impact of philanthropy in Maine.
The Maine Philanthropy Center provides its grantmaker members with services to enhance their effectiveness as funders, increase partnership and collaboratiion among funders, and bring together foundation and non-profit leaders to enhance the impac
Associate Memberships are open to non-profits of all sizes, advisors, and consultants
Member Benefits Include:
Build Connections among Grantmakers
MPC builds connections within the grantmaking community through conferences, programs, workshops, corporate and family philanthropy roundtables, consultations, and direct referrals.
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.
MPC works to builds connections with, among, and for grantmakers to increase the vitality, visibility and accountability of Maine’s philanthropic community.
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Be part of the 2014 Philanthropy Partners Conference and reach out to community colleagues at Maine nonprofits and foundations.