» Maine Sites - Maine Nonprofit Organizations
  • Loon Echo Land Trust, Bridgton, Maine - To preserve land and natural resources in the northern Sebago Lake region for recreation, education, wildlife and plant habitat, watershed and air quality, sustainable farms and forests for future generations to enjoy
  • Laudholm Trust - Laudholm Trust in support of the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • Day One - Our mission is to dramatically reduce substance abuse among Maine youth to help them live productive, healthy and rewarding lives
  • Friends of Acadia - Friends of Acadia is a nonprofit membership organization protecting Acadia National Park through advocacy, trail and carriage road maintenance, and raising funds for crucial projects
  • Pine Tree Society - Pine Tree Society helps people in Maine with disabilities lead richer, more socially connected lives. Too often, people with disabilities feel left out, even isolated. With the help of Pine Tree Society, they're not alone! We share a spirit of innovation and desire to discover new ways to break down barriers that many find insurmountable. It started as a bold new idea in 1936 and it continues every day. Whether it's a child discovering her first best friend at Pine Tree Camp or an adult finding his voice with customized assistive technology, Pine Tree Society changes lives
  • Planet Dog Foundation - to promote and celebrate programs in which dogs serve and support their best friends
  • Sexual Assault Response Services of Southern Maine - the state's oldest and largest rape crisis center, was founded in 1973 to support survivors of sexual assault, their family and friends, and to help eradicate sexual violence. From these roots, we have grown into a major crisis intervention and resource center for all of southern Maine
  • Families And Children Together - was created in 1993 by a group of foster parents and social workers.  Their mission was, and remains, creating a family-focused agency that encourages and fosters the development and healing of children facing emotional and behavioral challenges
  • Maine Conservation School - For over 50 years, the Maine Conservation School's camp and school programs have introduced children and adults to a unique blend of outdoor fun, environmental education, and practical outdoor skills. Surrounded by Maine's sparkling lakes and diverse forest environments, The Maine Conservation School combines inspired fun and experiential education with the development of outdoor skills, offering camps and outdoor based programs for people of all ages and backgrounds. Learning to take care of our natural world and ourselves when we are in it, is our most important goal
  • Spurwink - A network of professionals providing mental health, educational, and residential services for children, adolescents, and adults
  • GrowSmart Maine - engaged in smart growth work that promotes strong, attractive, healthy and affordable communities, towns, and urban centers in support of a vital economy and the Maine way of life
  • Portland Stage Co. - Portland Stage Company, Maine’s largest fully professional, non-profit theater, is committed to providing the finest productions for audiences in a broad region of Northern New England
  • Maine Audubon - Conserving Wildlife and Habitat Through Education and Action
  • Hardy Girls Healthy Women - dedicated to creating strong and healthy girls by developing safe places to explore life and push the limits
  • Maine League of Conservation Voters - an independent, non-partisan organization that works to make natural resources protection a political priority for Maine voters, candidates and elected officials. The League coordinates advocacy of the Maine conservation and environmental community, publishes the Environmental Scorecard and endorses strong environmental candidates