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  • The Bill Healy Foundation
    Vollum Natural Capital Center The Bill Healy Foundation is committed to responsible grant making through thoughtful choices We recognize the fragile interdependence between the environment and human beings The foundation has chosen two points of focus Environmental Conservation We support stewardship education and sustainable solutions focused on preservation appreciation and respect for the world around us Well Being of Children The children are our future We have an opportunity and

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  • The Bill Healy Foundation
    world class ski resort the scene of Olympic ski training and national competitions for locals and tourists It all started with what people said was an impossible dream His love for the mountain and for those who worked there is legendary Bill Healy is remembered as a pioneering man admired and respected for his stewardship for the land his vision for the community but most of all for his love

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  • The Bill Healy Foundation
    reputation for having an independent spirit who cared deeply about young women who struggled in life She volunteered her time and gave her personal resources to help them forge a better path When she passed away in 2006 her family and friends contributed to a Scholarship Fund in her memory which focused on education offered through Central Oregon Community College In 2008 The Bill Healy Foundation established a permanent endowment of 20 000 to be awarded annually 4 5 000 scholarships In 2013 the scholarship was increased to 6 recipients The foundation receives applications through the Beat the Odds program sponsored by the Oregon non profit Stand for Children and considers young women candidates from rural Oregon communities The scholarship criteria are contingent upon acceptance to a two or four year institution Funds are divided equally over the fall winter and spring terms or fall and spring if the school runs on semesters and are disbursed at the beginning of each term directly to the school Recipients are required to enroll for and complete at least twelve credit hours or nine if your school runs on semesters each term remain in good academic standing and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3 0 An annual one page narrative of the college experience is required for Board review and if all criteria is successfully met the scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years with a potential of 20 000 Scholarship recipients are listed below 2009 2013 Scholarship Recipients Elise Heidy Condon OR Graduate of George Fox University Bachelor of Social Work Council of Social Work Education Kimberly Herrera Nyssa OR Graduate of Oregon State University Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Exercise Hannah Carey Corvallis OR Graduate of University of Oregon Bachelor of Science in Family Human Services Graduate

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  • The Bill Healy Foundation
    International Aloha Harvest Hi ilei Aloha LLC Fiscal Sponsor Garden Island Resource Cons Dev Inc The Nature Conservancy The Kohala Center Ma Ka Hana Ka Ike Building Program Sustainable Molokai Honolulu Habitat for Humanity Hawaii Community Foundation Society for Kona Education and Arts BHF Grantees Oregon 2012 553 100 CASA of Lane County Bradley Angle Tooth Taxi Deschutes Children s Institute Birth To Three The Giving Plate Clackamas Service Center Oregon Symphony Foundation Womenspace Rogue Valley Farm To School CASA of Multnomah Washington Counties Children s Center of Clackamas County Oregon Rangeland Trust Big Brother Big Sisters Columbia NW Willamette Farm and Food Boys Girls Aid Opal Creek The Children s Book Bank Jackson County SART Friends of the Children Wallowa Land Trust Children First of Oregon Forest Park Conservancy FOOD for Lane County Operation School Bell Assistance League of Bend South Medford High School Student Alliance Project Children s Institute Ecotrust Bend Heroes Foundation Rotary 5000 Scholarship Fund Barbara Leppe Scholarship Fund BHF Grantees Hawaii 2012 300 706 Manini Beach Hoa Aina O Makaha American Bird Conservancy Family Support Hawaii Supporting the Language of Kauai Keei Coqui Watch Malama Pono Health Services Family Promise of Hawaii World Peace Game Kohala Community Resource Ctr Na Kama Kai Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor Re Use Hawaii Mala ai The Culinary Garden of Waimea Middle School The Maui Farm Teach for America Ka Honua Momona Molokai Fish Ponds Hawaii Community Foundation BHF Grantees Oregon 2013 480 562 CASA of Douglas County CASA Oregon Coast Community Action CASA Voices of Children CASA of Linn County Schoolhouse Supplies Friendly House A Home Within 1000 Friends of Oregon Human Solutions Climate Solutions The Wallace Medical Concern Children s Health Foundation JOIN Chalkboard Project Portland Fruit Tree Project Crag Law Center Food Waves Friends of Creston Dental Clinic Grandma s House of Central Oregon Eastern Oregon Regional Arts Council Sweet Home Pregnancy Care Center Bandon High School Parent Enhancement Program Jericho Road Douglas County Children s Center Bring Re Cycling Santiam Hearts to Arts Children s Advocacy Center of Lincoln County Healthy Beginnings Klammath Lake Child Abuse Services FAN Family Access Network Foundation Chemeketa Non Profit Housing Virginia Garcia Health Center A Family For Every Child The Freshwater Trust Barbara Leppe Scholarship Fund BHF Grantees Hawaii 2013 281 808 Food Corps The Nature Conservancy Habitat for Humanity Kipahulu Ohana Hale Kipa Sustainable Molokai Friends of the Future Ma Ka Hana Ka Ike Malama Kauai PATH Ke Kula o Ehunuikaimalino Mala Project Surfrider National Tropical Botanical Garden Deep Beyond Manini Beach Hawaii Community Foundation BHF Grantees Oregon 2014 582 166 Tooth Taxi Wild Salmon Center Corvallis Environmental Center Assistance League of Bend Bethlehem Inn Sisters of the Road Willamette Farm and Food Bend Paddle Trail Alliance SEI Self Enhancement Janus Youth Neighborhood House Outside In Urban Gleaners Children s Book Bank Oregon Tradeswomen Children First Pathfinders of Rockwood College Possible Stand for Children SMART Ecotrust Habitat for Humanity Heart of Oregon Corps Opal Creek Rockwood Food Opportunity

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  • The Bill Healy Foundation
    of May and the Hawaii Grants Board Meeting is held at the end of October We respect your time and effort in preparing your applications We are committed to keeping you apprised of your standing in a timely manner Applciations may be submitted at any time during the year Please note that if you have received a grant in the last year you are not eligible to apply until the following year Each year the number of grant requests we receive increases making our grant selections ever more difficult Only a small number of projects are intially invited to participate in our second round this number is relative to total funds avilable for giving Please be assured that thoughtful consideration is given to each application If your request is not selected for second round review most likely it is not a reflection on the quality or worthiness of your application There are many deserving and worthy projects that we will be unable to fund Due to sheer numbers we are not able to provide a personal response to Why didn t our application receive an invitation to the second round or What could we have done better Thank you for your patience and please accept our invitation to try again in the future Grant Options Small Grants Oregon Hawaii 1 000 to 25 000 Download Forms Grant Consideration Application Word Granting Options A Grant Consideration Application must be submitted for all grant requests Oregon Small Grants program 1 000 to 25 000 Large Grants program 26 000 to 75 000 Submission deadline for the State of Oregon is December 9 2016 Oregon Grants awarded in May 2017 Hawaii Small Grants program 1 000 to 25 000 Large Grants program 26 000 to 75 000 Submission deadline for the State of

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  • The Bill Healy Foundation
    in memory of his father The Barbara Leppe Scholarship Fund was established in his mother s memory in 2006 The foundation headquarter s have been located in The Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center also known as The Ecotrust Building in Portland Oregon since its opening in 2001 This historic building was built in 1895 and has achieved gold level award winning certification in Leadership Energy and Environmental Design LEED It

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  • The Bill Healy Foundation
    in part in any form or medium without express written permission of the Bill Healy Foundation is prohibited Site Credits A special thanks to the following companies for their assitance and services Site Hosting Provided by EasyStreet Online Services Original

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  • The Bill Healy Foundation
    Board Meeting is held at the end of October We respect your time and effort in preparing your applications We are committed to keeping you apprised of your standing in a timely manner Applciations may be submitted at anay time during the year but we ask that you submit only one application per year If you have received a grant you must submit a One Year Report for that year before you are eligible to reapply Each year the number of grant requests we receive increases making our grant selections ever more difficult Only a small number of projects are intially invited to participate in our second round this number is relative to total funds avilable for giving Please be assured that thoughtful consideration is given to each application If your request is not selected for second round review most likely it is not a reflection on the quality or worthiness of your application There are many deserving and worthy projects that we will be unable to fund Due to sheer numbers we are not able to provide a personal response to Why didn t our application receive an invitation to the second round or What could we have done better Thank you for your patience and please accept our invitation to try again in the future Grant Options Small Grants Oregon Hawaii 1 000 to 25 000 Download Forms Grant Consideration Application Word Granting Options A Grant Consideration Application must be submitted for all grant requests Oregon Small Grants program 1 000 to 25 000 Large Grants program 26 000 to 75 000 Submission deadline for the State of Oregon is December 11 2015 O regon Grants awarded in May 2016 Hawaii Small Grants program 1 000 to 25 000 Large Grants program 26 000 to 75 000 Submission

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