Vote for MCA for Community Grant

Vote for MCALast week, the Maine Masonic Charitable foundation announced that the Maine Children’s Alliance is a finalist for a $2,000 “Building Our Community” Grant. We are so honored to be recognized for our leadership, research and advocacy work to make Maine a better place to be a kid. However, to win the grant, we need your help!

Freemasons from across the state selected three nonprofit organizations from each of the 24 masonic districts as finalists for the grant, but the public gets choose each district winners.

How You Can Help MCA:

  1. Got to: masoniccharitablefoundation.org/
  2. Vote for MCA (under district 11!)
  3. Spread the word

Individuals have the opportunity to vote daily until January 31, 2016.

The Charitable Foundation of the Grand Lodge of Maine began the “Building Our Community” grant last year to identify and support active nonprofits working to improve their communities for future generations. The Maine Children’s Alliance works to make Maine a better place to be a kid through research, collaboration and advocacy. Most recently, at the Maine Children’s Alliance, we released our 2015 Maine KIDS COUNT® Data Book, the most comprehensive collection of data regarding children in Maine.

“We hope our friends and colleagues in child and family advocacy will be visiting the Charitable Foundation website to vote for the Maine Children’s Alliance and spread the word,” said Claire Berkowitz, Executive Director.

Last year, the “Building Our Community” Grant for Masonic District 11, was awarded to the Children’s Center Early Intervention and Family Support in Augusta. Show your support and vote for MCA for the “Building Our Community Grant!”


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