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Coming This Fall: An All-New Mobile & Online Banking Experience

We are always working to improve the services we provide our clients. We’re excited to announce that a new and improved Mobile and Online Banking experience is on the way!  The new platform will feature a wide range of new and upgraded tools and services designed to make it easier for you to manage your money—anytime, anywhere.

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Timeline

May - July: Applications are accepted beginning May 1st and the final deadline for submission is July 31st.

August: Applications are reviewed at the August Board meeting and three finalists are selected.

October: Finalists present in person at the October Board meeting.

November: The winner and runners-up for the $25k for Kids award are announced in November.

Process

Step 1: Download the grant application
Step 2: Complete the application
Step 3: Include a copy of your organization's 501(c)3 status
Step 4: Send the completed grant application and 501(c)3 status to the MainStreet Foundation Administrator:

Mailing Address:

MainStreet Foundation
$25k for Kids
P.O. Box 1407
Lewiston, ME 04243

Email*: MainStreet Foundation Administrator

If you have questions, contact the MainStreet Foundation Administrator at 207-376-3512.

Grant Criteria

The more clearly a proposed project can demonstrate that it has had a positive impact on and meet the needs of at risk youth the more favorably it will be viewed by the Foundation's Board.  The Foundation generally gives priority to local organizations with sustainable, if modest, organizational budgets.  In the case of requests from large organizations (e.g. with annual operating budgets in excess of $2 million), the proposal and related budget must clearly differentiate the proposed project from total operating budget, as well as meeting other criteria.

The Foundation seeks proposals that provide direct service to at-risk youth including, but not limited to:

  • After school and mentoring programs
  • Leadership development and experience of all types
  • Promoting literacy and a love of learning
  • Coping with homelessness and difficult family dynamics
  • Promoting mental health and developing effective change and coping mechanisms
  • Learning life-management skills

The Foundations grants will not be given to support:

  • General operating expenses or annual operating budget
  • Endowments
  • Conferences or Seminars
  • Training of trainers or teachers
  • Facilities renovation or improvement

We do not support multi-year requests or capital campaigns.  We also ask that grant recipients do not apply for additional funding for at least 12 months or one calendar year, whichever is longer, from the conclusion of any previously funded projects before submitting another request.  The Bank will take in to consideration total donations of Androscoggin Bank in deciding upon a grant request to the Foundation.  Grants are generally limited to the market areas served by Androscoggin Bank. 

 

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