Grants will increase hospice services to Maine cancer patientsPortland Press Herald –
The Maine Cancer Foundation is awarding a total of $50,000 in grant funding to six hospice programs throughout the state to increase hospice services available to Maine cancer patients, their caretakers, family and friends.
The foundation said Wednesday that the grants are the first awards drawn from its John T. Gorman Fund, established in May as a collaborative grant-making asset to meet goals it shares with the John T. Gorman Foundation. Gorman is the late grandson of L.L. Bean who established the Portland-based John T. Gorman Foundation to help disadvantaged Mainers.[Continue Reading]