In late November 2020, an anonymous donor gifted $100,000 to the Wabanaki Center at the University of Maine. Working closely with the Center’s coordinator, professor John Bear Mitchell, the pair created the Wabanaki Student Development and Success Fund at the University of Maine Foundation. The money in this fund will go towards Wabanaki students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree. Some money will be made immediately available while another portion of the donation will be used to promote success in the future.
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Ashe, Megan, "Anonymous gift given to the Wabanaki Center will Wabanaki student higher education" (2020). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 215.
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