Indigo Arts Alliance is an organization that "embodies a Black-led, multiracial approach to the rich intersections of citizenship, community-building, and creativity."
Preble Street, one of the local homeless shelters, is always welcoming donations, volunteers, and other help to provide care and food to Portland's homeless population.
Portland House of Music is suffering, as many music venues in Portland (and the world) have been. Without monetary support, they will be shutting their doors. Click below for the GoFundMe Page
Cooking for Community focuses their energy on offering prepared meals for those in need, as well as supporting employment for those struggling within the food industry
This new org's goal is to bring awareness to the music venues and spaces within Portland, Maine. Donations are needed to keep them afloat during COVID-19.
Portland Buy Local is "A campaign of the Portland Business & Community Alliance," offering resources and marketing for local businesses, a covid resource list for consumers, and more!
A staple of the Portland, ME music scene, this non-profit/member-supported music venue offers fabulous live performances for the community
Focused on writers ages 6-18, The Telling Room "empowers youth through writing and [sharing] their voices with the world."
A community print shop in Portland, ME. Offerings include tiered memberships (covering studio rental fees, staff support, etc.), workshops, and more!
A wonderful local resource space for discovering and becoming immersed in traditional music (online avail.). You'll find some of the most talented teachers!
Tagline- "Inspiration for Makers, Doers & Dreamers"
This subscription-based magazine succeeds at offering *just* that!
"An educational nonprofit focused on promoting nature connection by teaching small-scale, place-based living skills" -from Rewild website