Mid-Maine Global Forum Membership Campaign

The Mid-Maine Global Forum is wrapping up its 26th year of providing continuing education and enrichment on international topics to the people of mid-Maine, in spite of the pandemic! If you have attended our programs in person or by Zoom you can readily attest to the quality and diversity of the outstanding speakers who help us better understand our complex world. This year has been no exception.
We teamed up with the Margaret Chase Smith Library for their Leeke-Shaw Lecture featuring Ambassador Pamela White who shared her experience as Ambassador to Haiti with us. In November the Colby College 2021 Oak Human Rights Fellow, Olga Sadovskaya, spoke with us about her work as the vice chair of the Committee Against Torture in Russia. In December we learned from John Hanley about Living Between The Lines – My Experience Working with Children at the Haitian/Dominican Border. In February Kimberly Flowers, Director of the Goldfarb Center at Colby College spoke with us about Global Food Insecurity: Covid, Conflict, & Climate Change. We will be co-sponsoring a program in April with the Waterville Rotary featuring Masi Nigidi- Brown, the Director of International Student Programs and Associate Director of the Pugh Center at Colby College. He will also do a school program later in the Spring for high school students at Erskine Academy.
We are pleased to announce our new alliance with the Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs at Colby College for the annual Linda Cotter Speaker Event. We are excited to work with the Goldfarb Center to bring Heather Conley, the Executive Director of the German Marshall Fund in the U.S., here to be our featured speaker. The date and detailed information will be forthcoming.
For more about our organization and programs, visit: www.midmaineglobalforum.org.
We urge you to become a new member or renew your membership in the Mid-Maine Global Forum. We are a small grassroots organization and in lieu of fundraising events we depend on your generosity and support. In addition to providing stipends and expenses for our speakers, we sponsor an event for our area high school students each year. We encourage you to increase your level of support to help continue our quality programming. The Mid-Maine Global Forum is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation which makes your gift tax deductible.
If you would like to make a donation, please send a check (made out to Mid-Maine Global Forum) and the information requested to:
Mid-Maine Global Forum
PO Box 2636
Waterville, ME 04903
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Support Level 2022
Individual $30_____ Family $45_____ Sponsor $60_____ Patron $100_____ Benefactor $250_____ Other _______
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