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  • Bend
    15 SW Colorado Ave Suite 375 Bend OR 97702 541 382 1170 T 541 382 1215 F Staff Name Title Department Telephone VCard Julie Gregory Regional Director Central Eastern Oregon Development 541 382 1170 vCard Cheryl Puddy Associate Program Officer Regional Administrator Development 541 382 1170 vCard Fran Willis Donor Relations Officer Donor Relations 541 382 1170 vCard Cheryl Puddy Fran Willis Julie Gregory Find Your OCF Office Contact Us

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/explore-ocf/locations/bend (2016-05-01)
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  • Coos Bay
    Volunteers Financial Information Offices Careers Print Share Home Explore OCF Offices Coos Bay Coos Bay Location 915 S First St Coos Bay OR 97420 541 269 9650 T 541 269 9672 F Staff Name Title Department Telephone VCard Anne Donnelly Regional Director South Coast Region Development 541 269 9650 vCard Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan Portland Central Oregon Eastern Oregon North Coast Northern Willamette Valley South Coast Southern

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/explore-ocf/locations/coos-bay (2016-05-01)
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  • Salem
    Volunteers Financial Information Offices Careers Print Share Home Explore OCF Offices Salem Salem Location 1313 Mill St SE Suite 203 Salem OR 97301 503 779 1927 T 503 274 7771 F Portland Staff Name Title Department Telephone VCard Chane Griggs Regional Director Northern Willamette Valley Development 503 779 1927 vCard Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan Portland Central Oregon Eastern Oregon North Coast Northern Willamette Valley South Coast Southern

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/explore-ocf/locations/salem (2016-05-01)
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  • Private Foundation Comparison
    Families Civic Engagement Arts and Culture Economic Vitality Education News Resources News Media Publications OCF Stories Research Explore OCF About Us By Region Staff Board of Directors Volunteers Financial Information Offices Careers Professional Advisors Assisting You Your Client Events Seminars Print Share Home Professional Advisors Assisting You Your Client Private Foundation Comparison Private Foundation Comparison General Your Advantage in Partnering with OCF With so many charitable demands and philanthropic options before you we know making an informed decision requires considering many factors When weighing the options presented by a commercial charitable fund or private foundation there are distinct advantages of supporting an Oregon Community Foundation donor advised fund Here is a comparative overview Assisting You Your Client Investment Management Cash or Stock Make an Educated Donation Decision OCF Charitable Gift Planners The Oregon Society OCF Investment Policy Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan Portland Central Oregon Eastern Oregon North Coast Northern Willamette Valley South Coast Southern Oregon Southern Willamette Valley Search for Grants Scholarships Find Programs Connect Current Future Donors Start a Fund Advised Funds Scholarship Funds Trusts Annuities Endowment Partners Give Grants Scholarships Grants Scholarships Professional Advisors Assisting You Your Client Events Seminars OCF Initiatives Children Families Civic

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/professional-advisors/assisting-you-and-your-client/private-foundation-comparison (2016-05-01)
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  • Events & Seminars
    the planning and giving concerns of your clients These forums also provide continuing education credits for various planning and legal professions Attendees find our seminars a convenient way to learn about updated requirements and emerging issues for nonprofits and others involved in charitable gifting Upcoming Events There are no events to display at this time Full OCF Calendar Special thanks to our sponsors who make these forums possible Find Your

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/professional-advisors/events-seminars?startDate= (2016-05-01)
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  • Children's Dental Health
    research to strengthen the rationale for policy changes In June 2014 The Oregon Community Foundation Northwest Health Foundation Kaiser Permanente Providence Health Services and other funding partners joined together to increase access to education and prevention services by supporting school based children s dental health promotion programs across the state Please go to our Latest News tab for information about the grant application process and to download the necessary forms If you would like to contribute to the Children s Dental Health Initiative please donate now to our Children s Dental Health Fund Funders and other organizations that would like to partner with OCF are encouraged to contact Melissa D Freeman director of strategic projects or 503 227 6846 Molly Roman strategic projects coordinator or 503 227 6846 Latest News February 2016 The Oregon Community Foundation The Collins Foundation The Ford Family Foundation Kaiser Permanente Meyer Memorial Trust Northwest Health Foundation Providence Health Services and A dec announce a second year of grant awards to fourteen organizations throughout Oregon that are working to prevent children s dental disease The grants will support comprehensive school based dental programs including existing programs and programs that are expected to launch in fall 2016 after a planning grant period Over 3 million is dedicated to support these programs through 2020 771 900 has been awarded for year two Grant recipients include o Community Health Centers of Benton and Linn Counties received 50 000 for year two of three years potential support to provide necessary dental prevention services to children in rural communities and expand to include older youth to ensure good oral health o Eastern Oregon Healthy Living Alliance received 70 000 for year one of four years potential support to support a comprehensive school based dental program in Eastern Oregon targeting 22 schools in seven counties that have at least 40 of children on the free and reduced lunch program o Intermountain Education Service District received 70 000 for year one of four years potential support to implement a comprehensive school based dental health program targeted at low income students in grades K 8 in a three county region o Kemple Memorial Children s Dental Clinic received 50 000 for year two of three years potential support for the hybrid screening and sealant program in Central Oregon o La Clinica del Valle Family Health Care Center Inc received 50 000 for year two of three years potential support to expand the Happy Smiles program to serve three additional schools in rural Jackson County o Lake Health District received 50 000 for year two of three years potential support for a comprehensive school based program dental program in Lake County for students in grades K 8 o Mercy Foundation received 50 000 for year two of three years potential support to provide semiannual school based dental clinic and dental education to K 12 students in Douglas County through the Healthy Kids Outreach Program o North Clackamas School District received 70 000 for year one

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/ocf-initiatives/children-and-families/childrens-dental-health (2016-05-01)
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  • Southern Willamette Valley Regional Action Initiative | Children's Dental Health
    600 children were screened and more than 800 received no cost dental care Eugene School District 4J received 44 662 in Year 1 84 251 in Year 2 and 105 581 in Year 3 for an expanded dental health program This program delivers prevention education supplies services and restorative services to a minimum of 270 children including at least 85 children in Lane County s underserved rural areas Mercy Foundation received 113 872 in Year 1 and 58 386 in Year 3 This funding supports school based oral health education oral hygiene supplies prevention services including assessments fluoride varnish and sealants and access to restorative dental care for K 6 grade students in 12 rural school districts in south Douglas County Community Health Centers of Benton and Linn Counties received 32 638 in 2012 and 31 370 in 2013 to expand preventive services for children s oral health to Sweet Home in east Linn County South Lane School District received 58 779 in 2012 and 2013 to establish the South Lane Children s Dental Care Clinic in Cottage Grove This no cost clinic serves more than 1 000 low income children in south Lane County who previously lacked access to oral health education supplies fluoride varnish sealants and restorative dental care O regon Oral Health Coalition received 9 719 to fund First Tooth curriculum and training for health care providers Outcomes As of spring 2013 RAI funding of 900 000 to seven grantees provides oral screenings dental sealants fluoride varnishes oral hygiene education and treatment services to youth throughout the region This Initiative has served more than 14 000 children in the four county region and has leveraged more than 1 5 million in cash and in kind resources RAI funds contributed to the new dental clinic in the Boys and Girls Club of Albany and to the South Lane Children s Dental Care Clinic in Cottage Grove Both clinics are served by volunteer dentists In partnership with the Oregon Oral Health Coalition RAI funds have trained 250 primary care providers in oral screenings for children ages 0 to 3 during well child visits Thousands of toothbrushes and tubes of toothpaste have been donated and distributed by corporate sponsors local service clubs and private donors Milestones Fall 2009 The Southern Willamette Valley RAI Committee convened two Children s Dental Health Forums to identify regional needs and discuss strategies for systemic change The Committee also learned about preventive care measures from nationally recognized oral health researcher Dr Peter Milgrom who is Professor of Dental Health Sciences at the University of Washington January 2010 The Committee requested proposals from nonprofit organizations with an interest in expanding regional dental health efforts The Committee received 10 proposals by May 14 Spring 2010 The Committee commissioned Health Policy Research Northwest to assess needs and identify existing preventive programs in each county Their report Oral Health in the Southern Willamette Valley A Community Resources Scan and Needs Assessment is available for download Executive Summary Full Report

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/ocf-initiatives/civic-engagement/rai/southern-willamette-valley (2016-05-01)
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  • South Coast Regional Action Initiative | Ready to Smile
    Foundations in New Orleans The Oregon Community Foundation and the other honorees are shining examples of foundations at their best demonstrating leadership vision partnership and investment said Vikki N Spruill president and CEO of the Council on Foundations Learn More Volunteers and dentists who wish to participate in Ready to Smile are encouraged to contact Katrinka McReynolds at 541 808 7622 or If you are interested in supporting or learning more about the Ready to Smile program please contact Melissa D Freeman director of strategic projects or 503 227 6846 South Coast RAI Grants 450 000 was invested in OCF s main investment pool to create an endowment for the Ready to Smile program Outcomes Ready to Smile outcomes for grades 1 2 6 and 7 in Coos and Curry counties 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013 Total Schools visited 12 14 19 Students screened percentage of participation 756 38 952 57 1 739 56 3 447 Sealants applied 3 545 3 290 9 213 16 048 Fluoride varnishes applied 627 754 1 128 2 509 Dental kits distributed 2 721 1 346 1 760 5 827 Estimated value of services 159 898 153 308 385 075 698 281 Milestones 2009 2010 December 2009 The South Coast RAI Committee created the South Coast Children s Dental Health Initiative April 2010 On April 10 Curry Health Foundation and the Gold Beach Rotary Club held their annual High on Health gala This event raised 21 700 for dental services for Curry County children thanks in large part to the efforts of OCF South Coast Leadership Council member Dale Thomas In addition the Bandon Rotary Club donated 2 500 for dental services in Bandon June 2010 The Ford Family Foundation approved an award of 80 000 to hire a dental health coordinator for the initiative which the Committee named the Ready to Smile program of The Oregon Community Foundation July 2010 Canada Converse was hired to design the Ready to Smile program November 2010 Cecilee Shull began coordinating the program through Coos County Public Health which sequences the delivery of dental health services and acts as a liaison between schools and local agencies 2011 February 2011 Coos County Commission on Children and Families approved a request by Sharon Smith and Soroptimists of the Coos Bay Area for a 750 grant toward the manufacture of children s dental hygiene kits for distribution by Ready to Smile Local Soroptimists have made more than 2 500 of these kits which are an important tool for combating oral disease Fall 2011 Ready to Smile screened 507 students in the Coos County School District 170 of whom were found to have at least one cavity Statistics from other regional school districts were consistent with these findings in other words roughly one third of screened students had one or more cavities December 2011 Ready to Smile received a 7 500 grant from the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon and Southwest Washington The national chapter of Ronald McDonald House

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/ocf-initiatives/civic-engagement/rai/south-coast (2016-05-01)
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