Public Notice of Virtual Community Engagement Workshop
LifeFlight of Maine, recognized nationally and internationally for safety, quality and innovation, is engaged in a comprehensive private/public project to improve aviation medicine through the establishment of performance-based navigation instrument flight routes. To inform and engage the community, LifeFlight will hold two online community workshops: Tuesday November 17th and Thursday November 19th at 6:30pm.
LifeFlight Foundation announces new executive director
The LifeFlight Foundation has selected Maine native Kate O’Halloran to serve as its new executive director. Thomas Judge, founder of LifeFlight of Maine and the LifeFlight Foundation, has served as the Foundation’s executive director since 2003 and will work closely with O’Halloran in his ongoing role as executive director of LifeFlight of Maine.
LifeFlight Foundation one of thousands of nonprofits affected by software security event
The LifeFlight Foundation has learned that it is one of thousands of nonprofit organizations, including many in Maine, to be affected by a security event at Blackbaud, the company that hosts our fundraising databases. Blackbaud has advised that the cybercriminals who attacked Blackbaud did not gain access to any credit card, bank account, or social security numbers.
LifeFlight and the COVID-19 Outbreak
As the far-reaching coronavirus outbreak continues to dominate the news, we recognize the growing concern among our communities and wanted to take a few minutes to share what LifeFlight is doing in response.
Bean match campaign results in $3 million for LifeFlight
LifeFlight is pleased to announce that the 2019 Linda and Diana Bean fundraising challenge match was an unqualified success, reaching its $1.5 million goal much earlier than expected, thanks to an outpouring of gifts made by hundreds of donors – some loyal friends who have supported us for years, but many more who were inspired to give for the first time.