Maine Cancer Foundation remains intent in our primary mission to reduce the impact of cancer on our communities while, at the same time, we are vigilant in our response to COVID-19. More than ever, it is important for us to continue doing all we can to support the health and well-being of fellow Mainers.
- Consistent with CDC recommendations, Maine Cancer Foundation staff will work remotely until further notice. If you need to reach a member of our team please email us directly at email@example.com. For the foreseeable future, we will hold all meetings virtually.
- We encourage our grantees to reach out with questions or concerns related to grant timelines and deadlines. We understand that flexibility is required during this time and we are available to talk through any challenges your organization is facing.
- We would like to reassure you that the work of Maine’s Impact Cancer Network will continue. Our meetings will be virtual but our goal is to stay connected and continue to move our work forward.
- We are so grateful for those of you have supported us through our fundraising events. Currently, our primary concern is ensuring the health and safety of all involved. To that end, we may have to tailor our future events to the current reality. We promise to keep you informed as any changes may be required.
- We urge all Mainers to join us in our vigilance to follow the CDC safety and health guidelines and to practice social distancing, stay home and to do your part to stop the spread.
Maine Cancer Foundation remains committed to protecting Mainers from the harmful effects of cancer. We are grateful for our community’s role in helping us meet our goals. Please reach out to us if we can answer any questions or better support your work.