Haney-Leighton Fund Grantees
The Haney-Leighton Fund Board values the progressive work of our grantees throughout Maine who are working to address root causes of poverty and injustice and provide positive solutions for change. We hope you will connect with them and each other to coordinate and extend your own justice work.
Grantees, please contact the Haney-Leighton Fund at firstname.lastname@example.org with any updates.
- First Congregational Church, UCC South Portland
- Project: Three-part educational series on Wabanaki-Maine history "Justice in the Making: Revisiting Wabanaki-Settler History and Decolonizing Faith" and exploring how the congregation can advocate for greater justice within their congregation, local community, and the Maine legislature.
- Contact: 207 799-3361, fccucc.org/contact/
- Project: Support for coordinating residency of four BIPOC artists in collaboration with Indigo Arts Alliance and demonstrating how partnership strategies can address racial imbalances in Maine's cultural ecosystem.
- Contact: 207 939-5144, email@example.com
- Land in Common
- Project: Work to continue to transform their organizational leadership and culture to advance racial justice and economic stability in land access, transfer, and distribution in Maine.
- Contact: 207 754-7575, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Peace and Justice Center of Eastern Maine
- Project: Support for re-envisioning the role the Peace and Justice Center can serve as a resource and connection point with people who care about peace, justice, and the environment/climate in eastern Maine.
- Contact: email@example.com
- Tashi Gatsel Ling Buddhist Center
- Project: Hold a symposium on ecoDharma "Cultivating New Ground, Hearing New Voices: A Deep Call for Change" in partnership with two visiting Tibetan Buddhist scholar-practitioners and the MultiFaith Office at Bates College on the topics of gendered, social, and environmental justice.
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org