The Maine Health Access Foundation is the state’s largest private nonprofit health care foundation dedicated to promoting access to quality health care and improving health.
Many of our current programs focus on building the capacity of community-led organizations to create health outcomes that are more equitable for every person in Maine. Past and current grantees have helped to improve systems to address critical health needs, coverage, and access to quality care.
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MeHAF is Looking for a Program and Grants Associate
We are looking for a new staff member to take on the role of Program and Grants Associate (PGA). The PGA manages our Discretionary and Meeting Support Grants programs; collaborates with program staff related to program planning, development, and implementation, as well as learning and evaluation; and will also work with grants management to facilitate grantmaking processes across all program areas. The position will remain open until filled.
Maine Health Access Foundation Expands Advocacy Grantee Cohort to 28 Organizations
The 2023 Advocacy Grantee cohort expanded again this year to include a total of 28 organizations doing important work around growing and maintaining health access in Maine. The 2023 grantees are the AARP Foundation, ACLU of Maine Foundation, Consumers for Affordable Healthcare, Disability Rights Maine, EqualityMaine Foundation, Health Equity Alliance, Maine Behavioral Health Foundation, Maine Center for Economic Policy, Maine Children’s Alliance, Maine Council on Aging, Maine Equal Justice, Maine Family Planning, Maine Immigrant Rights Coalition, Maine Medical Education Trust, Maine Mobile Health Program, Maine People’s Resource Center, Maine Primary Care Association, Maine Prisoner Advocacy Coalition, Maine Public Health Association, MaineTransNet, Maine Women’s Lobby Education Fund, NAMI Maine, Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, Portland Outright, Presente! Maine, Resources for Organizing and Social Change, Southern Maine Workers’ Center, and The Voices Project.