PORTLAND, Maine — May 20, 2020 — GCMD, a web design, branding and marketing agency, announced today that it will offer Portland area locally-owned restaurants marketing consultation services at no cost through June 30, 2020. Consultations will be limited to 30 minutes per restaurant and up to eight consults will be scheduled per week.
Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association to speak on House panel at 1 p.m. today on effects of COVID-19 on U.S. Fisheries.
May 18, 2020 (Brunswick, ME) - Ben Martens, executive director of the Maine Coast Fishermen's Association, will participate as a panelist today speaking before the House Subcommittee on Water, Oceans, and Wildlife.
PORTLAND & ELLSWORTH—Maine organizations that support animal welfare have been awarded $110,000 in grants as part of the Maine Community Foundation’s COVID-19 crisis response.
This project will bring natural gas access to Farmingdale and create jobs at a time of economic downturn
FARMINGDALE, ME – Summit Natural Gas of Maine (Summit) is breaking ground on a $3 million expansion project to Farmingdale this spring. The project will bring reliable and clean-burning natural gas to residential and commercial customers in the community, allowing many of them to convert from oil to cleaner burning natural gas.
PORTLAND – The Peaks Island Fund at the Maine Community Foundation seeks applications from nonprofits that assist the island community. The fund awarded $42,472 in grants to nine nonprofits in 2019.
ELLSWORTH & PORTLAND – The Belvedere Traditional Handcrafts Fund of the Maine Community Foundation is seeking applications. The fund supports projects and organizations that promote traditional handcrafts throughout the state. An anonymous donor established the fund in 2007
PORTLAND – Maine Community Foundation has awarded grants totaling $18,100 from its Hospice Fund to support five organizations providing hospice service programs in York and Cumberland counties.
United Way of Greater Portland awards $259,073 in second round of grants from the Greater Portland COVID-19 Community Relief Fund
United Way of Greater Portland announced it has awarded $259,073 in the second round of grants from the Greater Portland COVID-19 Community Relief Fund to 25 local nonprofits, schools, and faith-based groups on the frontlines working with individuals and families disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and the economic consequences of this outbreak.