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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.

Funding Opportunities & More

MeHAF’s 2023 Systems Improvement and Innovation Responsive Grants (SIIRG) Program Grantees Announced

$720,000 in funding over the next two years will be provided to 10 organizations in Maine to work on improving systems that provide health access and services to individuals in Maine. Grantees include City of Bangor, Health and Community Services, Cross Cultural Community Services, EqualityMaine Foundation, Healthy Peninsula, Maine Resilience Building Network, Mainely Teeth, Midcoast Youth Center, Spurwink, St. Joseph Hospital, and Thomas College.

Grantee project profiles can be found by clicking here.