Retired Maine Game Wardens
Giving Back to the State
Helping Our Friends & Neighbors in MaineBecome a Sponsor
The Maine Game Warden Foundation is a non profit organization that supports a wide variety of important causes throughout the State of Maine.
Who We Are
The mission of the Maine Game Warden Foundation is to support educational and charitable causes. It promotes and supports natural resource conservation, youth programs, families in need, public safety and assists other social service programs.
We Are a Nonprofit 501c3
The Maine Game Warden Foundation is a non-profit organization and operates under the regulations of Section 501 c (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is made up of a board of directors who are primarily Retired Maine Game Wardens. Gifts and endowments to this charitable organization are tax deductible.
We Are Composed of
Retired Game Wardens
The board of directors and regular membership of the Maine Game Warden Foundation is made up of primarily Retired Maine Game Wardens from every part of the State of Maine. We represent hundreds of years of outdoor experience and service to the people of the State of Maine and its visitors. We hope this organization will be one more way we can corporately promote outdoor recreation, promote safety and help people in need.
Liaison with the Maine
Warden Service Association
The Maine Warden Service Association is made up of dues paying active Maine Game Wardens and retired wardens. Its primary purpose is to give moral and material aid to its game wardens and their families, in the good and bad times. The MWSA accepts donations from the general public to assist game wardens and their families.
Maine Game Warden Magazine
The bi-annual Maine Game Warden Magazine is the official magazine of the Maine Game Warden Foundation. It is a compilation of interesting, sometimes humorous short stories, photographs of outdoor adventures and from the field historic tales. There are featured articles about interesting cases, search and rescue, and warden stories while on patrol in the forests of Maine. There is even a section of photographs of active and retired game wardens and their families enjoying outdoor sports together, advertisements from businesses who support the mission of the Maine Game Warden Foundation.
Individuals and corporations who would like to partner with the Maine Game Warden Foundation are encouraged to do so at whatever level they wish. Certainly sponsors receive a copy of the Maine Game Warden Magazine and all donations are tax deductible. Our mission statement sums up our reason for being. As retired Maine Game Wardens, we feel we are uniquely suited to meet these goals and are looking forward to carry out our mission.
- Gold Level - White Tail Deer - $1000.00
- Silver Level - Brook Trout - $500.00
- Bronze Level - Small Mouth Bass - $250.00
- Support Level - Bobcat - $100.00 or less
- Gold Level - Bald Eagle - $10,000.00
- Silver Level - Black Bear - $5,000.00
- Bronze Level - Moose - $1,000.00
- Support Level - Chickadee - $500.00 or less
Our Corporate Partners
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