The Quimby Family Foundation has been awarding yearly grants since 2005. We proudly partner with non-profits throughout the state of Maine to promote Human Wholeness. To us, Human Wholeness is physical, emotional, social, and spiritual health and we believe in the inherent value of nature to advance all four.

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Mahoosuc Pathways

Mission: Mahoosuc Pathway's mission is to develop, maintain, and promote multi-use recreational trails.

QFF Funding: Funding will be used for Mahoosuc Pathways efforts to create the Bethel Community Forest (BCF). The Bethel Community Forest would become a community recreational hub for all types of trail users, providing a single destination that would create economic opportunity along with expanded recreational access. The town of Bethel owns Bingham Forest and Mahoosuc Pathways, along with their partners, are working to acquire land adjacent to the Bingham Forest and connect the two areas. This project represents the largest conservation proposal in Bethel, and will include both conservation and recreational goals with its acquisition.