Bucksport Bay Healthy Communities Coalition and Healthy Peninsula (of Blue Hill) are two of four "Thriving in Place" grants.
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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.
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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
After serving the Maine Philanthropy Center for six years, Barbara Edmond will retire as president in June 2019.
The Clowes Fund, Inc., a family foundation established in Indianapolis in 1952, has announced its grant distributions for the 2019 funding cycle.
The Western Mountains Committee of the Maine Community Foundation has awarded $92,525 in grants to 11 nonprofits.
Grant recipients include:
The Clowes Fund announced its grantmaking response to the economic and human services crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Members of The Clowes Fund, Inc. met recently and elected three new directors to its board: Daniel Clowes, Williamstown, Massachusetts; Una Osili, Indianapolis, Indiana and Veronica Serrato, Sanford, Maine.
The Clowes Fund, Inc., a family foundation established in Indianapolis in 1952, has announced its grant decisions for the 2020 competitive grants cycle.
In the past year, nearly 1,500 jobs have been lost due to mill and plant closures in five communities within a hundred mile radius of Bangor. This discussion will explore the role of philanthropy in addressing: immediate need longer-term opportunities, and time for informal funders-only dialogue about individual and collaborative funder involvement.Read more
Join us for our annual gathering of Maine funders! Build connections with Maine philanthropy colleagues, share successes and challenges, and learn about what's happening in the broader philanthropy world.Read more
What we saw yesterday in Washington, D.C. was horrific. While the Capitol seems far from us here in Maine, we cannot sit back and say we are immune to the forces that brought us to this point.