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MANP & Maine Network Partners conducting "Survey of Collaborations, Coalitions & Networks"

by LK Gagnon

MANP, in partnership with Maine Network Partners, is conducting a survey of collaborations, coalitions and networks in the state in an effort to better understand how organizations are working collaboratively, and what support they need to accomplish their goals.

We reached out to the following:

Alliance for a Clean and Healthy Maine

Benefits Bank Coalition

Bioplastics of Maine Coalition

Bridge to Independence

Collaboration on Service Innovation

College for ME, Androscoggin

Community Caring Collaborative

Critical Access Hospital Collaborative (Muskie)

DHHS Wraparound Initiatives (Rockland, Bangor, Lewiston)

Downeast Funders

DownEast Nonprofit Network

Environmental Funders Network

Franklin County Community College Network

Franklin County Tourism Network

Healthy Maine Partnerships

Homeless Voices for Justice

Mahoosuc Initiative

Maine Can Do Better Coalition – Engage Maine

Maine Health Management Coalition

Maine Humanities Council – Policy Collaborative

Maine Land Trust Network

Maine Network Partners

Maine Woods Consortium

Maine Woods Discovery

Maine Youth Transition Network

Mountain Counties Heritage/Maine Mountains Consortium

Nonprofit Sector Viability Collaboration

Northern Forest Center

Oral Health funders

Portland North Land Trust Collaborative

Transfer of Wealth Coalition – Maine Rural Partners

Transportation Network – (DOT, Community Groups, ITN, Town of Brunswick)

Washington County: One Community

Western Mountains Alliance

York County Collaborative

York County Youth Financial Literacy Network

If your organization is involved in a collaboration or coalition, and you did not receive a survey from us, we want to know about you. To reach us, please email LK Gagnon at

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