The Maine Commission for Community Service is now accepting applications for 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service projects. The Maine Youth Act Mini-grant Program challenges middle and high school aged students to understand Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vision of the “Beloved Community,” and then plan a volunteer service project for Martin Luther
Through its sponsorship of the Bike MS: Great Maine Getaway 2019 this past weekend, the Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation continued its support to help raise money and awareness in the fight to end Multiple Sclerosis. Great location, great weather, great people and a great cause! “An extraordinary experience marked by passion, inspiration, determination and fun.” Our efforts were
The Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation continued its support of Maine Public and their Grow Together Summer Membership Drive. Not only did we join them at their Portland Pledge HQ this morning to answer pledge calls, we also provided a $5,000 grant to match new members! Thanks to all those that called in to support this effort and
The Masons of Monmouth Lodge #110 recently met with members of the Monmouth Fire Department to present four portable speed bumps, purchased using a matching grant from the Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation and was donated to the firefighters. The speed bumps will provide additional safety during incidents when firefighters are in the roadways conducting traffic control.