Waldo County: Community, Strength and Spirit

Waldo County: Community, Strength and Spirit

Video: Yoon S. Byun

Waterfall Arts is highlighted in this video feature about three nonprofit organizations that have benefitted from the Maine Community Foundation’s Waldo County Fund. Filmmaker Yoon S. Byun came to Waterfall Arts in December of 2020 to interview us. In good company with Waldo County Woodshed and Waldo County Bounty, our Marketing and Development Manager, Chris Battaglia, shared about the impact on Waterfall Arts that the fund has provided.

Maine Community Foundation‘s Waldo County Fund was launched in 1990 when Waldo County was the poorest county in New England. It provides permanent support to nonprofits in the region.

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