Maine Nonprofit Day
Showcasing the work + worth of nonprofits in Augusta
Every day, Mainers rely on nonprofits to nurture our minds, protect our environment, inform our government, educate our children, and drive our economy–all while investing significant financial and human resources throughout the state.
Together we can:
- prepare to participate fully in the formation of public policy that impacts the communities they serve
- increase policymaker awareness of nonprofits and their vital contributions to Maine’s economy and way of life
- strengthen relationships between nonprofit leaders and public officials
2023 Nonprofit Day
We’re excited to bring back Nonprofit Day at the State House!
On Tuesday, June 6, nonprofit staff are invited to join us in the Hall of Flags for a chance to connect and network, and get a closer look at the State House.
Whether you’re a seasoned lobbyist, or you haven’t been to the State House since elementary school, you’ll have a chance to deepen your advocacy engagement at Nonprofit Day.
This is an updated format from past years and will not include exhibit tables. Space is limited, so please let us know you'll be joining us!
Advocacy Resources to Use Year-Round
- MANP’s “Adding Up Impact” report includes important data about the scope of nonprofits' role in Maine.
- Our free “Frames That Work” messaging toolkit includes tips, talking points, templates and graphics all nonprofits are encouraged to use.
- Contact MANP’s Public Affairs Manager, Mary Alice Scott, if you have questions about how your organization can engage in advocacy.
History of Nonprofit Day
Starting in 2004, MANP hosted Maine Nonprofit Day to showcase the work and worth of nonprofits and their vital contributions to Maine’s economy and quality of life. After a hiatus from an in-person gathering, 2023 Nonprofit Day will continue our goal of hosting a day to collectively raise awareness for the work and worth of Maine's nonprofit sector.