The Maine Knife Company is proud to be a registered Veteran Owned Company. Most of the knife models we sell come with a built in contribution to a specific veteran related charity as noted on the individual knife sale page. All donations are made to a registered 501(3)C non-profit organization that serves or is related to the veteran community or other worthwhile non-profit cause. When you buy a knife from The Maine Knife Company you can be proud to know that your purchase is having a direct impact in helping the veteran and non-profit community. Below the specific non-profits we support through the sale of our knives are listed.
The Maine Knife Company is donating $80.00 from every Mossy Creek knife sold to Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, a registered non-profit organization that serves disabled veterans across America. A maximum of 100 Mossy Creek knives will be produced, each individually numbered. Click here to reserve a Mossy Creek knife. For media inquires related to Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing contact Daniel Morgan at email@example.com .
The Maine Knife Company will donate $20.00 for every limited edition Whitetail knife sold to the University of Maine Foundation in support of the Colonel John R. Mosher '89 Leadership and Education Scholarship. Only 50 special edition Whitetail knifes will be produced and once sold a $1,000.00 check will be donated. Click on the "DOWNLOAD" link above to download a PDF file for more details and to learn more about Colonel John R. Mosher and the University of Maine Foundation fund that supports the scholarship program that bears his name.
The Maine Knife Company will donate $20.00 from every Maine Guide knife sold to Gold Star Outfitters, a registered 501(3)C non-profit that serves the veteran community in Maine. Only 40 special edition Maine Guide knives will be produced and once sold a check for $800.00 will be donated to Gold Star Outfitters.
The Maine Knife Company will donate $80.00 for each Hunter knife sold to House In The Woods, a registered 501(3)C non-profit that serves the veteran community. Up to 150 limited edition Hunter knives will be produced, making it possible for House In The Woods to receive up to $12,000.00 in charitable contributions.