The Directory of Maine Grantmakers is the premiere guide to the Maine philanthropic community. The Directory contains up-to-date information on more than 440 grantmaking foundations including those based in Maine, those identifying Maine as a geographic priority, or those with a history of prior support of Maine non-profits. Over 50% of the foundations listed do not have websites, making the Directory your most reliable source of information on available grants in Maine.
Addendum to the latest Directory of Maine Grantmakers, with information on 9 new foundations, and major updates such as address changes, deadline changes, and closed foundation.
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
The “Get on the Map” campaign—a partnership of the Maine Philanthropy Center, the Forum Network and Foundation Center—is a new data-sharing initiative dedicated to boosting the quality and availability of fresh, detailed grantmaking data across the Forum Network.
The Maine Philanthropy Center brings information and trends to the grantmakers who fund nonprofits in Maine.
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 seek
As part of the Maine Philanthropy Center's committment to promote philanthropy and increase its impact in Maine, we have collected and analyzed the most recent data available to provide a snapshot of giving in Maine.
Downeast Salmon Federation (DSF) is seeking a full-time Development Director to coordinate major gifts and strategic partnerships. The position reports to the Executive Director.
The Maine Community Foundation, John T. Gorman Foundation and Bangor Savings Bank Foundation provide funds to support displaced workers and their families affected by recent mill closures in northern and eastern Maine.
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Gather with funder colleagues, representatives of Maine's tribal communities, Maine-Wabanaki REACH, and the Maine-Wabanaki State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission to learn about their work and to share a meal prepared at the Community Center.