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Oregon Community Grant Program

Sponsor
Oregon Community Foundation
Deadlines
Jul 15, 2020
Contact

grants@oregoncf.org
503.227.6846

Purpose

The Oregon Community Grant Program awards funding to small and medium-sized nonprofits that are working to better the lives of people in Oregon. Funds are considered for the provision of services and, when it serves to better the community, capital projects.

Projects must fall into one of the following priority areas:

  • Health and Well-being of Vulnerable Populations:
    • Community-based health and wellness initiatives, including oral and mental/behavioral health
    • Basic human needs projects, such as food and housing
    • Quality of life, safety, and self-sufficiency projects for at-risk populations
  • Educational Opportunities:
    • Social, emotional, and cognitive development of young children, including programs that educate parents and projects that involve volunteers
    • Academic support, mentoring, and recreational programs for children and youth
    • Workplace, career, and postsecondary experiences and opportunities for youth
    • Adult literacy, skill development, education, and workforce training
  • Community Livability, Environment, and Citizenship
    • Leadership development, volunteerism, immigrant integration, and civic participation
    • Stewardship of outdoor spaces
    • Historic preservation
    • Projects that address social, economic, and environmental challenges
  • Arts and Culture Organizations
Eligibility

Nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organizations in Oregon are eligible to apply.

Geographic coverage
Oregon
Amount of funding

Past grants have ranged from $5,000-$50,000, with the average award being $20,000.

About 350 grants are awarded each year.

Application process

Links to program guidelines and the online application are available on the program website.

There are two application cycles each year, with deadlines of January 15 and July 15.

Tagged as
Behavioral health · Children and youth · Community engagement and volunteerism · Food security and nutrition · Health workforce pipeline · Healthcare needs and services · Housing and homelessness · Leadership · Mental health · Oral health · Population health · Schools · Self-sufficiency · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Oregon



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