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The Maine Health Access Foundation (MeHAF) has announced that their temporarily suspended Discretionary Grants program is accepting new applications as of September 15, 2020.
The Maine Community Foundation’s Investing in Leaders of Color Program (ILOC) seeks applications.
The John T. Gorman Foundation will accept applications for its 2021 Direct Services Grant Program from February 1 to March 1.
Three Maine towns will receive support from the National Main Street Center to develop networks in their communities to foster entrepreneurship and innovation.
Applications are now being accepted for Kennebec Savings Bank's 2021 Catalyst Grant program, which will award gifts of $30,000, disbursed over a three-year period, to each of two local nonprofits.
The Maine Community Foundation’s Conservation for All grant program launched last year seeks applications from organizations and projects dedicated to helping Maine people access and connect to the outdoors.
Grants totaling $20,702 have been awarded to 10 Maine nonprofit organizations and municipalities through the Lifelong Communities Mini-Grant Program.
The Maine Community Foundation’s Community Broadband Grant Program has awarded $117,793 in grants to 13 communities across Maine.