Your Donation Matters

MPA’s work is powered by 32,000 members across Maine

  • Your donation goes to things like: Knock on 100,000 doors, support volunteers in making their voices heard in the halls of the capital, lobbying law makers around our legislative agenda, and educating the public on the issues that matter.
  • We are an organization of thousands of everyday people fighting for justice. We don’t want to be funded by a handful of wealthy donors--we want to be funded by members like you;
  • Monthly donations by thousands of members add up fast (4,000 people giving just $5/month means $240,000 a year for MPA’s work); and
  • Giving monthly using your bank account (instead of a credit card) means NO money going into the pockets of greedy credit card companies and more money going straight to work for progressive social change.
Monthly and One Time Donations
Planned Giving

Contributions, membership fees, or gifts to the Maine People’s Alliance are not tax deductible as charitable contribution or as business expenses under IRC Section 162(e). Maine People’s Alliance is a section 501(c)(4) social welfare organization.

To make a tax deductible donation, please send a donation to our sister organization, Maine People's Resource Center, at 565 Congress Street, Ste 200, Portland, ME 04101.


I have been a proud MPA member for many years because we stand up for all the people. MPA is an effective organization, and we know how to win campaigns for social justice. But for me, the most important part of MPA is the way the organization has supported me as a transgender person. I’m making a legacy gift because being part of MPA is more than working with a team, it’s like being part of a family.

Davida Ammerman, MPA Board member from Addison

MPA has played a huge role in my life and it is extremely important to me that the organization continues into the future. That is why I am including MPA in my estate planning. So many of MPA’s campaigns are important to me—especially the Mallinckrodt lawsuit and cleaning up the Penobscot River. MPA has proven time and time again that everyday people can fight together with the drive and commitment it takes to see initiatives through to the end and win.

Tim Conmee,  MPA member leader and board member from Orrigton

No matter what the future holds for Maine, I know that we will need an organization that knows how to help everyday people have a voice in the decisions that affect our lives. That’s why I am happy that even after I’m gone, I can continue to support those who come next. It’s an honor to be a part of moving that forward, even in a small way.

Jenny Rottman, MPA board member from Portland

I am proud to be including MPA in my will. I’ve been fed by MPA, physically and spiritually, far in excess of what I will pledge upon my departure. MPA and its leaders and volunteers give me much hope for the future of Maine and I look forward to helping MPA for years to come.

Rafael Macias, MPA member leader from Topsham