Anna Eleanor Roosevelt: Three Words
MaineCF Board Member Anna Eleanor Roosevelt reflects on what
the community foundation means to her. Watch the video.
Community foundations have served donors and strengthened their special places for more than 100 years.
Maine Community Foundation is younger at 33, but in that time has sent more than $310 million in grants to projects and communities, primarily in Maine. We have more than 1,700 funds and $450 million in assets. In 2016, the foundation awarded more than $33.5 million in grants and scholarships.
MaineCF is a statewide nonprofit that helps people invest charitable resources in the future of Maine. Their giving does good within their communities and often throughout the state. Yours can, too.
PERSONALIZED SERVICE. We make giving easy and effective. We offer great giving options, and we accept a wide variety of gifts—cash, stocks, property, bequests, and more. You may establish a charitable fund in the name of your choice and enjoy many advantages, which include tax benefits.
LEADERSHIP. We bring people and organizations together to address local, regional, and statewide issues and opportunities. We invest charitable resources in the long term, while pressing for progress today.
EXPERTISE. Our understanding of the issues, opportunities, and resources is at your service. Our professional staff works in grantmaking and program initiatives, investments, and resource development and services.
Purpose, Values, and Goals
The Maine Community Foundation works with donors and other partners to improve the quality of life for all Maine people. The community foundation is committed to serve all of Maine; demonstrate respect for people and places; achieve quality and integrity in everything we do; and remain nonpartisan.
OUR PRIORITY GOALS: The foundation announced new priority goals in November 2016.
OUR COMMITMENT TO EQUITY: MaineCF is commited to equality, diversity, and inclusion, and ensuring Maine is a safe, welcoming, and accepting place for everyone.
Photo: Lily Piel photo, courtesy Maine Farmland Trust