$7 million, Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care in Augusta. The cancer center opened in July. Alfond donated $7 million of the $16.2 million that was raised privately for the $42 million facility.

$1.25 million for Harold Alfond Athletic Center at Thomas College, Waterville. In 2005, Alfond gave Thomas College $1.25 million to build the $4.6 million athletic center.

$7.4 million, Boys and Girls Club/YMCA’s Alfond Youth Center in Waterville, and Harold Alfond Fenway baseball stadium for little leaguers in Oakland.

$8 million plus at University of Maine, including Alfond Arena hockey facility and Alfond (football) Stadium in Orono.

• $2.5 million for Harold Alfond Center for Health Sciences
at the University of New England, Biddeford. Alfond gave UNE $1 million in 1994, then another $1.5 million in 1995 for a new College of Medicine building. It has state-of-the-art auditoriums, labs and technology, allowing better teaching.

$2.5 million for a Harold Alfond Center and Alfond Hall at St. Joseph’s College, Standish. The building has a gym, swimming pool, fitness center, student lounge and climbing wall. It changed the campus, giving students a place to go and helped bring growth, said college spokesman Bill McCarthy.

$1.75 million for the Harold Alfond Student Center and football field at Maine Maritime Academy, Castine. The center has a lecture hall with multimedia capabilities, plus meeting rooms and additional space. Alfond’s picture hangs in the student center. “He has a real twinkle in his eye,” said Ellie Courtemanche of MMA.

$1 million, Harold Alfond Diamond baseball field at Husson College, Bangor. The state-of-the-art field has seating for 3,000 spectators for baseball, football, field hockey and graduations.

$250,000 for the Alfond Family Cottage at Good Will-Hinckley, Fairfield. Alfond Family Cottage at Good Will-Hinckley, homes for boys and girls, Alfond’s donation was a challenge grant toward construction of the five-bedroom cottage, in 2007.

$5.77 million for the Harold Alfond Athletic Center, Harold Alfond Rink, Alfond Track and Alfond Residence Complex at Colby College, Waterville. The first gift to Colby was the hockey rink in the 1950s; the latest was $2.5 million for a residence complex in 1998.

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