Report to the Community 2018


16 Counties, nearly 500 Communities = One State of Maine

This report celebrates resilience in Millinocket and Dick and Eleanor Morrell’s commitment to giving. We talk with Dr. Frank Bragg of Bangor about tackling the opioid crisis and highlight a program for adult learners. You’ll also find updates on MaineCF’s five strategic goals, financial reports, and ideas for how you can work with MaineCF to invest in Maine.

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Magic in Millinocket

Nonprofit investments, community spirit help a community move forward.

 

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A Fund for the Ages

A fund established decades ago to help tuberculosis patients now faces a new epidemic: overdose deaths in Maine that claimed a record 418 lives last year.

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Dick and Eleanor Morrell: College, Community, and Commitment

Dick and Eleanor Morrell: College, Community, and Commmitment

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Celebrating 35 years

MaineCF grows from a $10 donation to more than $530 million in assets.

 

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Moving Forward: Updates on MaineCF's Strategic Goals

More than 400 people gathered in Bangor to explore how early childhood experiences lay the foundation for future success.

 

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Partnering to Support Adult Learners

The Maine Community Foundation is all about partnerships, especially when it comes to increasing access to education. 

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Great Grants

Here are just a few of MaineCF's grants from 2017...

 

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New Funds 2017

Donors and nonprofit partners established 60 new funds at the Maine Community Foundation in 2017, bringing the total under management to more than 1,800. 

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A Legacy of Stewardship

David Moses Bridges (1962-2017), a member of the Passamaquoddy Tribe of eastern Maine, was a renowned birch bark artist, educator, and environmental activist who believed that stewardship of cultural and natural resources from one generation to the next was vital to healthy communities.  

 

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