BASE is a volunteer nonprofit community organization that provides events, community information-sharing, connection, support, and resources that work towards the well-being and advancement of Black people living in Southern Oregon.
Contact form: https://baseoregon.org/contact-us/
The Family Connection provides a regional parenting hub where parents can come together, learn effective parenting skills, be introduced to community resources and find support from other parents. We also provide organizations and agencies the ability to contract an evidence based parenting series or workshop for their clients.
As an Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative, we partner with local organizations, businesses, schools, daycare centers, and churches, to serve parents and children. The courses in parenting that we offer are all willingly attended because those who come are provided with an engaging experience. Our parenting education series and one-day workshops celebrate positive learning and help parents become the kind of caregivers and role models their children want and need.
The Handicap Awareness and Support League is a non-profit organization assisting people with disabilities and senior citizens in Josephine & Jackson Counties. Services include support, education, advocacy, and training.
Programs, community education, partnerships, and volunteer opportunities focused on healthy communities and economies, resilient and productive forestry and natural ecosystems, sustainable agriculture, food systems, and gardening, and thriving youth, individuals, and families.
District grants support new or ongoing service projects within at least one of the following Children's Fund cause areas: health, education, and youth leadership development.
Dutch Bros Foundation–Love Abounds
Focused on projects and programs that support local youth, music, health, and the quality of life of those growing, harvesting, and living around the farms from whom they purchase coffee beans.
A community investment program of Avista Corp., providing funding to non-profit organizations addressing the needs of communities and citizens served by Avista Utilities in Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho, portions of Southern Oregon, and Sanders County, Montana. Application close dates: February 1 (Health and Human Service Proposals), April 1 (Education and Youth Development Proposals), August 1 (Economic and Community Vitality Proposals), and November 1 (Environment and Arts and Culture Proposals).
This is a two-part process. The deadline to submit part 1 of the application is February 1. If selected, organizations will be invited to complete part 2 of the application, which is due August 1. Average grant size is $25,000- $50,000.
The West Family Foundation awards grants in the areas of youth enrichment, human services, and other charitable causes. To complete an application, you will need to register for an online account, located on the application tab of this website. Once your registration is complete, you can apply any time during the three month window of opportunity (December- February).