One of Senator Collins' top priorities is to keep and grow jobs in Maine.  One way to accomplish that goal is to help Maine businesses, institutions, and municipalities identify and compete successfully for federal grants. Senator Collins understands that navigating the federal grant application process can be a daunting task, so she is committed to assisting Mainers in competing for federal funds.  If you would like assistance with the federal grant application process, please fill out the Senator’s grant assistance form.

In addition, below are some resources that you may find helpful as you research funding opportunities:

At the request of Senator Collins, American flags can be flown over the United States Capitol for any Mainer who wishes to purchase one.  Flags come with a custom flying certificate and are commonly flown to commemorate special occasions such as birthdays, retirements, and holidays.  American flags are available in two materials, nylon or cotton, and in two sizes, 3’x 5’ or 5’x 8’. Before submitting a flag order, please allow at least three weeks to account for processing time.

Each year, Senator Collins receives hundreds of requests for autographed photographs, and she would be delighted to send you an autographed copy of her official photo. Please make your request by calling or writing to any of the Senator's constituent service centers, and include your name, address, and telephone. For personalized photos, please include the proper spelling of the recipient's name. Once your request is received, please allow 2-3 weeks.

To expedite your request you may submit it via e-mail at katelynn_boynton@collins.senate.gov.

If you have any questions, please call 202-224-2523.

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