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  • Lilja Family Fund
    grants program at OCF accepts applications each summer to support projects that address the priorities of the fund Approximately 40 000 is available for grantmaking each year with average grant awards of about 5 000 Priorities of the Lilja grant program are projects that fall within the following fields K 12 education Early childhood education Youth development Literacy Culture Community Please note Proposals in the K 12 education area should not be requests for teacher salaries basic equipment and supplies or replacing government funding but rather for direct student services for example enrichment activities Announcing OCF s New Online Grant Application The Lilja Family Fund grant applications will now be submitted online via an online application system The application window will open June 1 2016 and close at midnight on July 15 2016 Please return to this page on June 1 to access the Grants Portal and start your application In the meantime please review the grant application guidelines and eligibility requirements for more information Grant Application Guidelines The deadline is July 15 each year for an OCF board decision in October November Applicants should use the grant application form for Douglas County programs Grantee Reporting Post grant evaluation reports are due on July 15 of each year A new grant application will not be considered unless progress reports have been submitted for all previous grants This program uses OCF s standard grant evaluation form Note Nonprofits that receive emergency disaster relief grants should use the Lilja disaster relief report form for their work Scholarships Scholarship applications and information are available at the Office of Student Access and Completion OSAC which administers the scholarship program for OCF Scholarship applications are due to OSAC by March 1 of each year with an early bird deadline of February 15 of each year

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/grants-scholarships/grants/ocf-funds/lilja-family-fund (2016-05-01)
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  • Ben Serafin Fund
    the Glide community Approximately 50 000 is available for grantmaking each year Announcing OCF s New Online Grant Application The Ben Serafin Fund grant applications will now be submitted online via an online application system The application window will open June 1 2016 and close at midnight on July 15 2016 Please return to this page on June 1 to access the Grants Portal and start your application In the meantime please review the grant application guidelines and eligibility requirements for more information Grant Application Guidelines The window to apply is now closed Application are due annually on July 15 You must be a registered user to access the Grants Portal If you don t have an account you can create one by following the instructions on the Grants Portal login screen The application includes several fill in the blank forms including an organizational budget and a project budget Once you start your grant application you may finish it over the course of several weeks as long as it is completed by the deadline in other words you are not required to finish the application in one sitting We recognize that this represents a big change to our application process and we thank you for making this transition with us For help with your application please review the Step by Step Instructions and Frequently Asked Questions Our grants team is also happy to provide assistance and we encourage you to get in touch if you have any questions 503 227 6846 Our goal is to have an online application system that works for you Please note that the Ben Serafin Fund grant program does not accept multi year requests for funding Grantee Reporting Post grant evaluation reports are due on July 15 of each year A new grant application will

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/grants-scholarships/grants/ocf-funds/ben-serafin-fund (2016-05-01)
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  • Dr. John Wm. and Betty Long Unruh Fund
    John Wm and Betty Long Unruh Fund The Dr John Wm and Betty Long Unruh Fund is an invitation only fund that supports the arts in Douglas County with an emphasis on the visual and performing arts Organizations that have received an invitation to apply may request a grant for a special project or for general operating support Application Guidelines Grantee Reporting Staff Assistance Application Guidelines Please note Applications are accepted by invitation only Uninvited applications will not be considered Please include the following information with your grant application form Project budget outlining how the grant funds will be used Organization budget for current year one page List of board of directors with affiliations and phone numbers Organization s 501 c 3 tax determination letter The deadline to submit applications for the 2016 grant cycle is Friday March 4 Please mail fax or email your application and supporting information to The Oregon Community Foundation Donor Relations Department Unruh Fund 1221 SW Yamhill St Suite 100 Portland OR 97205 2108 503 274 7714 F Grantee Reporting If your organization is awarded a grant you will be required to keep full and adequate records concerning receipts and expenditures relating to the grant On request from the Foundation these records will be made available at any reasonable time In addition an evaluation report of the grant supported project will be due approximately nine months from the date the grant is approved Unruh Evaluation Form DOC Staff Assistance If you have any questions after reviewing the information available on this page please contact OCF Grant Programs Grants by Region Grants by Topic Community Grant Program Ready to Learn Grants Unruh Fund Forms Unruh Application Form PDF Unruh Application Form DOC Unruh Evaluation Form DOC Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan Portland Central Oregon

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/grants-scholarships/grants/ocf-funds/Unruh (2016-05-01)
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  • Whipple Fund | OCF | Oregon Community Foundation
    of place through learning and have the opportunity to realize their potential The Fund s core values include a belief that lifelong learning should be available and accessible to all citizens in Douglas County While the primary focus for the past several years has been Early Childhood Education the fund supports lifelong learning for all ages Please take a look at the Past Whipple Foundation Fund Recipients to learn what kinds of projects have received support in the past five years There are two grant deadlines annually March 31 for a May OCF board decision and September 15 for a November OCF board decision Please email completed applications to Grant Application doc Important exceptions If you have submitted a separate grant application to the OCF Community Grant Program an OCF Special Initiative or another OCF Fund for the same project please contact to discuss whether an application is necessary If you are a school applying for assistance for student teams such as FBLA FFA etc to attend national conferences or state conventions please contact for special application instructions No athletic teams If you have any questions please contact Joan Kerns Donor Relations Officer Southern Willamette Valley or 541 431 7099

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/grants-scholarships/grants/ocf-funds/whipple (2016-05-01)
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  • Skyrman Techno Fund | OCF | Oregon Community Foundation
    Techno Fund The Skyrman Techno Fund The Skyrman Techno Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation was established by Wally Skyrman to provide financial resources to science and industrial arts teachers grades 4 12 and other youth program instructors in Jackson County Application Guidelines This fund supports programs that engage students in innovative hands on educational activities giving students practical skills that enable them to use tools in order to do things for themselves Programs of interest to this fund include bike repair cooking sewing robotics home maintenance skills GPS navigation agri science and other programs where something is engineered or constructed Preference is given to extracurricular activities but classroom activities will also be considered DEADLINE JANUARY 15 Please email completed applications to Grant application information DOC Application form DOC Staff Assistance If you have any questions after reviewing the information available on this page please contact Amy Cuddy Senior Program Officer Southern Oregon or 541 773 8987 OCF Grant Programs Grants by Region Grants by Topic Community Grant Program Ready to Learn Grants Skyrman Techno Fund Forms Grant Application Information DOC Application Form DOC Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan Portland Central Oregon Eastern Oregon North Coast Northern Willamette

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/grants-scholarships/grants/ocf-funds/skyrman (2016-05-01)
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  • Arts Foundation of Western Oregon Fund
    in June of each year by the mayor of Eugene Nominations will be open in Spring 2015 Hult Endowment Established by Nils and Jewel Hult the purpose of the Hult Endowment is to encourage and aid the local production of performances in the Hult Center for the Performing Arts by individuals and groups with national and international reputation and stature in the performing arts as well as to support and assist local artists and groups Proposals are accepted in the fall of each year from the Hult Center and its resident companies Applicants do not have to be resident companies however the projects must be intended to be performed at the Hult Center For more information please download the Hult Endowment Policy Guidelines and Grant Application Procedures Silva Endowment The Silva Endowment provides assistance to area arts organizations so that they can continue to serve the artistic needs of our community specifically as this relates to performance in the Hult Center for the Performing Arts Proposals are requested annually in February from the resident companies of the Hult Center Designated Funds These funds support specific programs and are not open for applications Cottage Theatre Endowment Fund provides annual operating support to Cottage Theatre in Cottage Grove Eugene Visual Arts Endowment provides support for the Gallery at Eugene Municipal Airport and Downtown Initiative for the Visual Arts DIVA Fentress Endowment Carroll and Harriet Fentress established this endowment as our drop or two in the bucket of Eugene s cultural future The endowment awards an annual grant to support a performing and or visual arts group in Eugene OCF makes this award with the guidance of the Bishop Fentress advisory committee Martha Baker Russell Fund This designated fund was established from the estate of Martha Baker Russell and makes annual payments to

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/grants-scholarships/grants/ocf-funds/afwo-fund-lane-county (2016-05-01)
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  • LIFE Center Fund
    The LIFE Center Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation was established in 2005 to help provide food clothing household items and other basic support to people who are in critical need The Fund was created to continue the legacy of the Low Income Family Emergency LIFE Center which closed in 2005 The LIFE Center was a nonprofit organization that provided these services to families from the North Inner Northeast and Southeast Portland areas Rather than simply distributing these basic need items the LIFE Center also honored each individual s dignity by providing opportunities for self improvement and personal empowerment to enhance his or her situation Grant Program The LIFE Center Fund invites proposals to provide food clothing household items prescription and hygiene assistance and school supplies to people in critical need in North Northeast and Southeast Portland areas Proposals will be accepted from organizations outside the Portland city limits as long as the proposal narrative and project budget specifies that grant funds will be allocated specifically for North Northeast and Southeast Portland residents Priority will be given to applications that clearly describe how this grant will help to provide services that will continue the LIFE Center legacy and how it would help to meet gaps in current services Grants may range in size from about 7 500 to 10 000 The window to apply begins on October 1 2016 and the application deadline is 5 00 p m on Tuesday November 15 2016 Decisions on the applications will be made in December 2016 Request for proposals Application summary form Application narrative form Grant evaluation form Staff Assistance If you have any questions after reviewing the information available on this page please contact Melissa Hansen Program Officer Portland Metro Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan Portland Central Oregon Eastern Oregon

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/grants-scholarships/grants/ocf-funds/lifecenterfund (2016-05-01)
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  • Northwest Neighborhoods Parks & Recreation Fund
    the city with preference given to projects within the boundaries of the Northwest District Association Northwest Industrial Neighborhood Association or the Hillside Neighborhood Association Fund History Application Guidelines Grantee Reporting Staff Assistance Fund History Recognizing the impact of highway and bridge construction on Northwest Portland the State of Oregon and the City entered into an agreement in 1974 whereby the City leased property beneath the I 405 access to the Fremont Bridge which was in turn subleased to generate revenues for a fund for the recreational needs of Northwest Portland In 1994 the fund was transferred from the City to OCF creating the Northwest Neighborhoods Parks and Recreation Fund Its purpose is to support the capital development and renovation of parks and recreation facilities in the Northwest section of the city From the fund s inception a citizen advisory committee advised the Park Bureau and the neighborhood associations about the fund s use With the fund s transfer this group became OCF s Northwest Neighborhoods Parks and Recreation Fund Technical Advisory Committee which is responsible for recommending proposals to OCF s board of directors for final approval Application Guidelines Proposals are due by November 1 of each year or the Friday before if November 1 falls on a weekend Please download and review our request for proposals which provides specific information about how to apply before completing the application form Grantee Reporting Post grant evaluation reports are due nine months after the grant award The standard OCF evaluation form is used Staff Assistance If you have any questions after reviewing the information available on this page please contact Michael Achterman Lead Program Associate for Grants or 503 227 6846 OCF Grant Programs Grants by Region Grants by Topic Community Grant Program Ready to Learn Grants Northwest Neighborhoods Parks Recreation Fund

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/grants-scholarships/grants/ocf-funds/nw-neighborhood-parks-rec-fund (2016-05-01)
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