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Save the date for Maine Philanthropy Center's 2016 Conference bringing together funders, nonprofits, advisors, and consultants working in Maine.
MPC's biennial gathering of close to 400 funders, nonprofits, and consultants will focus...Read more
Be part of the 2014 Philanthropy Partners Conference and reach out to community colleagues at Maine nonprofits and foundations.
Build Connections among Grantmakers
MPC builds connections within the grantmaking community through conferences, programs, workshops, corporate and family philanthropy roundtables, consultations, and direct referrals.
Associate Memberships are open to non-profits of all sizes, advisors, and consultants
Member Benefits Include:
Through MPC’s programs and events, MPC grantmaker, grantseeker, and consultant members come together to explore shared interests, learn from one another, and hear from local, regional, and national experts. Roundtables for corporate funders and fa
MPC works to builds connections with, among, and for grantmakers to increase the vitality, visibility and accountability of Maine’s philanthropic community.
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.
The Maine Philanthropy Center has evolved from its start as the Maine Grants Information Center (MGIC), which was established in 1995 through a cooperative arrangement between the University of Southern Maine and the Maine Community Foundation.
This portion of mainephilanthropy.org is a benefit of your associate membership in the Maine Philanthropy Center. These benefits include: