Nonprofit + Philanthropic Conversations with Gubernatorial Candidates
What do candidates for Maine’s next governor think of issues that matter to nonprofits and funders?
Join us for a series of free webinars!
The nonprofit sector, which employs 1 in 6 Maine workers and touches the lives of every Maine resident, is critically important to Maine’s communities and Maine’s future. With their important voice and unique perspective, grantmakers play an integral role in strengthening Maine’s communities through their funding, capacity building initiatives, data collection/evaluation and mission investing.
As you may have heard, the Gubernatorial Forum that had been scheduled for Wednesday, September 26, has been cancelled.
In lieu of a forum, the Maine Association of Nonprofits and Maine Philanthropy Center have invited the four gubernatorial candidates – Alan Caron, Terry Hayes, Janet Mills, and Shawn Moody – to participate in separate one-hour webinars to discuss issues that matter to nonprofits and funders. Each candidate will be offered the opportunity to respond to the same questions, which have been shaped by a mission-diverse, 29-member, statewide steering committee.
So far, 3 of the 4 candidates have committed to joining us:
- Alan Caron, Thursday, September 27 at 11am
- Terry Hayes, Thursday, October 4 at 2:30pm
- Janet Mills, Tuesday, October 9 at 2pm
- Shawn Moody, Declined Invitation
Please register and join us for these important conversations. They are free, and you can participate from your desk or wherever is most convenient. You only need to register once. Once registered, you will receive instructions for participating in the sessions, as well as notices about schedule updates and recordings of the webinars.
Steering Committee Members
The questions for the candidates have been shaped by a mission-diverse, 29-member, statewide steering committee.
The Steering Committee reflects the broad diversity and depth of Maine’s nonprofit and philanthropic sectors and worked together to organize the forum.
Maine Independent Colleges Association
Questions? Please contact Jenn Burns Gray, MANP Director of Advocacy + PR, at JGray@NonprofitMaine.org.