10 Maine Leaders Complete John T. Gorman Fellowship

Intensive program strengthens leaders’ capacity to make a measurable difference in the lives of Maine people PORTLAND, Maine – This month, 10 leaders from across Maine completed the 2019 John T. Gorman Fellowship, an intensive program designed to strengthen their ability to make a measurable difference in the lives of disadvantaged Mainers. This is the… Read more »

Foundation Lends Support to New Public-Private Partnership to Address Elder Abuse

—–John T. Gorman Foundation President Tony Cipollone and Chief Program Officer Nicole Witherbee attended today’s signing ceremony, as the Foundation has pledged its support of this important partnership. Below is the Governor’s Press Release.—- Joined by lawmakers, advocates for older Mainers, and other state government officials, Governor Janet Mills today signed an Executive Order establishing… Read more »

John T. Gorman Foundation Gives 44 Grants to Support Mainers in All 16 Counties

Grant funds will help state’s nonprofits meet vulnerable Mainers’ immediate needs Portland – The John T. Gorman Foundation is awarding $700,000 to 44 Maine nonprofits through its annual Direct Services Grant Program. Through this support, the Foundation will partner with organizations who are working to meet the immediate needs of Maine’s most vulnerable people. The… Read more »

Applications for the John T. Gorman Foundation Fellowship Are Open

Applications for the John T. Gorman Foundation Fellowship Are Now Open Now in its Third Cohort, The Program Seeks to Equip Maine Nonprofit and Public-Sector Leaders With The Skills They Need to Impact Systems Change PORTLAND – The John T. Gorman Foundation is currently accepting applications for the third cohort of the John T. Gorman Fellowship.… Read more »

Maine Youth Need Comprehensive, Youth-Focused Solutions to Succeed

Maine Youth Need Comprehensive, Youth-Focused Solutions to Succeed John T. Gorman Foundation Issues Inaugural Policy Brief, “From Adolescence to Adulthood: A Blueprint for Helping Maine’s Youth Succeed” Portland – The transition from adolescence to adulthood is challenging for any young person. But the 17 percent of Maine children living in poverty[1], youth involved in Maine’s… Read more »

John T. Gorman Foundation Gives 48 Grants to Support Mainers in All 16 Counties

Nonprofits Providing Services Related to Mental Health, Cancer and Basic Needs Receive Funding Portland – The John T. Gorman Foundation is awarding $800,000 to 48 Maine nonprofits through its annual Direct Services Grant Program. Through this support, the Foundation will partner with organizations who are working to meet the immediate needs of Maine’s most vulnerable… Read more »

2017 Class of John T. Gorman Fellows Announced

2017 Class of John T. Gorman Fellows Announced New cohort of public and nonprofit decision-makers will be empowered to better support Maine’s most vulnerable people Editor’s Note: The fellows are available for interviews. Please contact Elizabeth Pope if interested. PORTLAND – The John T. Gorman Foundation this week announced the second class of the John T.… Read more »

John T. Gorman Foundation Announces Grants Totaling $1 Million to Help Mainers in All 16 Counties

Nonprofits Providing Services Related to Mental Health, Cancer and Basic Needs Receive Funding. Portland – The John T. Gorman Foundation is awarding $1 million to 60 Maine nonprofit organizations through its annual Direct Services Grant Program. Through this support, the Foundation will partner with nonprofits who are working to meet the immediate needs of some… Read more »

New Report: Maine’s Low-Income Seniors Struggle To Meet Basic Needs

John T. Gorman Foundation Responds by Committing $900,000 over Two Years to Fund Services for State’s Older Residents. Portland – A newly released report commissioned by the John T. Gorman Foundation sheds light on the challenges facing Maine’s seniors, and has led the Foundation to commit substantial resources to organizations supporting critical needs among older Mainers. The report,… Read more »