As part of the Maine Philanthropy Center's commitment to promote philanthropy and increase its impact in Maine, we collect and distribute information around Philanthropy in Maine. Find links to Giving in Maine reports, Fill the Gap data, and a summary of MPC members.
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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’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.
The most important piece of finding a funder that is a good fit for your organization is doing thorough research.
Presentations, session handouts, and videos from the 2014 Philanthropy Partners Conference: 1 + 1 = 3 The Magic of Synergy.
Craig Freshley's endnote presentation from the 2014 Philanthropy Partners Conference.
Plenaries and Breakout Sessions
Morning Plenary Session
"Maine's Social Fabric: A Tapestry of Narrative Threads"
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.
Membership benefits for nonprofit and consultant members of the Maine Philanthropy Center.
The Maine Philanthropy Center provides its grantmaker members with services to enhance their effectiveness as funders, increase partnership and collaboration among funders, and bring together foundation and nonprofit leaders to enhance the impact
The “Get on the Map” campaign—a partnership of the Maine Philanthropy Center, United Philanthropy Forum, and Candid—is a data-sharing initiative dedicated to boosting the quality and availability of fresh, detailed grantmaking data across the sector.