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  • OCF Stories
    It Forward Born in 1913 on a sheep and hay ranch in eastern Oregon Harold Wyatt has been working with people and giving as much as he gets for a very long time Sande Emmy Fund One of Sande s greatest passions was to provide children with the opportunities not immediately available to them The Sande Emmy Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation was created to help realize Sande s dream of improving life for children in Oregon The Seed Fund In 2011 Douglas Tsoi decided to give half his salary as a government sustainability coordinator to create the Seed Fund at the Oregon Community Foundation offering matching funds as an incentive to encourage other Oregonians to give Tamástslikt Cultural Institute Tamástslikt Cultural Institute is located on the Umatilla Indian Reservation about 10 minutes east of Pendleton The institute is dedicated to preserving and promoting the culture and history of the Cayuse Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes The Shedd Eugene In a community as culturally eclectic as Eugene arts organizations compete for attention with attractions as diverse as Duck football and the Country Fair That s what makes The John G Shedd Institute for the Arts such a vital part of the city s life OCF Volunteer Anna Dunlap The more I see the more enthused I am That s how OCF volunteer Anna Dunlap feels about her work as a grant evaluator for the Walker Fund of OCF OCF Stories We celebrate the donors volunteers and nonprofit partners who are working now to make the state a better place for future generations All Donors Initiative Organizations Volunteers Search Stories Region Central Oregon Eastern Oregon Metropolitan Portland North Coast Northern Willamette Valley South Coast Southern Oregon Southern Willamette Valley Previous Next OCF Stories Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan

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  • OCF Stories
    It Forward Born in 1913 on a sheep and hay ranch in eastern Oregon Harold Wyatt has been working with people and giving as much as he gets for a very long time Sande Emmy Fund One of Sande s greatest passions was to provide children with the opportunities not immediately available to them The Sande Emmy Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation was created to help realize Sande s dream of improving life for children in Oregon The Seed Fund In 2011 Douglas Tsoi decided to give half his salary as a government sustainability coordinator to create the Seed Fund at the Oregon Community Foundation offering matching funds as an incentive to encourage other Oregonians to give Tamástslikt Cultural Institute Tamástslikt Cultural Institute is located on the Umatilla Indian Reservation about 10 minutes east of Pendleton The institute is dedicated to preserving and promoting the culture and history of the Cayuse Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes The Shedd Eugene In a community as culturally eclectic as Eugene arts organizations compete for attention with attractions as diverse as Duck football and the Country Fair That s what makes The John G Shedd Institute for the Arts such a vital part of the city s life OCF Volunteer Anna Dunlap The more I see the more enthused I am That s how OCF volunteer Anna Dunlap feels about her work as a grant evaluator for the Walker Fund of OCF OCF Stories We celebrate the donors volunteers and nonprofit partners who are working now to make the state a better place for future generations All Donors Initiative Organizations Volunteers Search Stories Region Central Oregon Eastern Oregon Metropolitan Portland North Coast Northern Willamette Valley South Coast Southern Oregon Southern Willamette Valley Previous Next OCF Stories Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan

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  • OCF Stories
    It Forward Born in 1913 on a sheep and hay ranch in eastern Oregon Harold Wyatt has been working with people and giving as much as he gets for a very long time Sande Emmy Fund One of Sande s greatest passions was to provide children with the opportunities not immediately available to them The Sande Emmy Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation was created to help realize Sande s dream of improving life for children in Oregon The Seed Fund In 2011 Douglas Tsoi decided to give half his salary as a government sustainability coordinator to create the Seed Fund at the Oregon Community Foundation offering matching funds as an incentive to encourage other Oregonians to give Tamástslikt Cultural Institute Tamástslikt Cultural Institute is located on the Umatilla Indian Reservation about 10 minutes east of Pendleton The institute is dedicated to preserving and promoting the culture and history of the Cayuse Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes The Shedd Eugene In a community as culturally eclectic as Eugene arts organizations compete for attention with attractions as diverse as Duck football and the Country Fair That s what makes The John G Shedd Institute for the Arts such a vital part of the city s life OCF Volunteer Anna Dunlap The more I see the more enthused I am That s how OCF volunteer Anna Dunlap feels about her work as a grant evaluator for the Walker Fund of OCF OCF Stories We celebrate the donors volunteers and nonprofit partners who are working now to make the state a better place for future generations All Donors Initiative Organizations Volunteers Search Stories Region Central Oregon Eastern Oregon Metropolitan Portland North Coast Northern Willamette Valley South Coast Southern Oregon Southern Willamette Valley Previous Next OCF Stories Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan

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  • OCF Stories
    It Forward Born in 1913 on a sheep and hay ranch in eastern Oregon Harold Wyatt has been working with people and giving as much as he gets for a very long time Sande Emmy Fund One of Sande s greatest passions was to provide children with the opportunities not immediately available to them The Sande Emmy Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation was created to help realize Sande s dream of improving life for children in Oregon The Seed Fund In 2011 Douglas Tsoi decided to give half his salary as a government sustainability coordinator to create the Seed Fund at the Oregon Community Foundation offering matching funds as an incentive to encourage other Oregonians to give Tamástslikt Cultural Institute Tamástslikt Cultural Institute is located on the Umatilla Indian Reservation about 10 minutes east of Pendleton The institute is dedicated to preserving and promoting the culture and history of the Cayuse Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes The Shedd Eugene In a community as culturally eclectic as Eugene arts organizations compete for attention with attractions as diverse as Duck football and the Country Fair That s what makes The John G Shedd Institute for the Arts such a vital part of the city s life OCF Volunteer Anna Dunlap The more I see the more enthused I am That s how OCF volunteer Anna Dunlap feels about her work as a grant evaluator for the Walker Fund of OCF OCF Stories We celebrate the donors volunteers and nonprofit partners who are working now to make the state a better place for future generations All Donors Initiative Organizations Volunteers Search Stories Region Central Oregon Eastern Oregon Metropolitan Portland North Coast Northern Willamette Valley South Coast Southern Oregon Southern Willamette Valley Previous Next OCF Stories Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan

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  • OCF Stories
    It Forward Born in 1913 on a sheep and hay ranch in eastern Oregon Harold Wyatt has been working with people and giving as much as he gets for a very long time Sande Emmy Fund One of Sande s greatest passions was to provide children with the opportunities not immediately available to them The Sande Emmy Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation was created to help realize Sande s dream of improving life for children in Oregon The Seed Fund In 2011 Douglas Tsoi decided to give half his salary as a government sustainability coordinator to create the Seed Fund at the Oregon Community Foundation offering matching funds as an incentive to encourage other Oregonians to give Tamástslikt Cultural Institute Tamástslikt Cultural Institute is located on the Umatilla Indian Reservation about 10 minutes east of Pendleton The institute is dedicated to preserving and promoting the culture and history of the Cayuse Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes The Shedd Eugene In a community as culturally eclectic as Eugene arts organizations compete for attention with attractions as diverse as Duck football and the Country Fair That s what makes The John G Shedd Institute for the Arts such a vital part of the city s life OCF Volunteer Anna Dunlap The more I see the more enthused I am That s how OCF volunteer Anna Dunlap feels about her work as a grant evaluator for the Walker Fund of OCF OCF Stories We celebrate the donors volunteers and nonprofit partners who are working now to make the state a better place for future generations All Donors Initiative Organizations Volunteers Search Stories Region Central Oregon Eastern Oregon Metropolitan Portland North Coast Northern Willamette Valley South Coast Southern Oregon Southern Willamette Valley Previous Next OCF Stories Find Your OCF Office Contact Us Metropolitan

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/news-resources/stories?StoryGuid=dc97bce2-e8a3-4515-984d-a5f07ff06a80 (2016-05-01)
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  • Annual Luncheon 2016
    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 Print Share Home Calendar Events Annual Luncheon 2016 Annual Luncheon 2016 5 5 2016 Event Sorry but we have reached full capacity Click here to be placed on our waiting list This year we are thrilled to announce that The New York Times columnist Pulitzer Prize winning author and Yamhill Carlton High School graduate Nicholas Kristof will be the keynote speaker We are expecting this event to sell out so don t delay in registering early OCF s 42nd Annual Luncheon OCF s 42nd Annual Luncheon Thursday May 5 2016 11 30 a m 1 30 p m Portland Hilton Hotel Grand Ballroom 921 SW Sixth Avenue Portland OR 97204 Please note this year s change of venue Calendar 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

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  • Oregon Arts Education Snapshot
    cements the arts as co equal with other subject areas such as math and language arts as part of a well rounded education While the new ESSA provisions represent a step toward ensuring access to arts education for all students in Oregon there is still much progress to be made Over the last two decades many Oregon schools have drastically reduced or eliminated arts education programs due to budget cuts As a result nonprofit organizations across the state have expanded their role in delivering arts education both during the school day and in out of school time Ensuring that these vital programs continue to expand and grow will require increased awareness and advocacy Based on survey results the report finds that while no two organizations providing arts education are the same many share similar characteristics Regardless of budget size most organizations use less than two FTE staff to deliver arts education programs and many rely on volunteers and contractors In terms of programming over half of organizations provide out of school time and or summer instruction and music is the most commonly offered discipline While around 80 percent of organizations serve students in kindergarten through 12th grade with one or more of their programs less than 40 percent of organizations serve children ages 0 to preschool In delivering their programs organizations face a variety of challenges Responding organizations cited lack of funding other curriculum priorities in schools and a lack of space and or time in schools as the greatest hurdles to providing arts education Underlying all of these challenges is the need for greater advocacy and more value placed on arts education in communities across the state OCF and OAC hope that the information in the Oregon Arts Education Snapshot will help arts education stakeholders understand their place in

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/news-resources/press-releases/current/oregon-arts-education-snapshot (2016-05-01)
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  • Disclaimer
    to alteration without notice OCF also disclaims all responsibility and liability including without limitation liability in negligence for all expenses losses damages and costs visitors might incur as a result of the information being inaccurate or incomplete in any way and for any reason Some of the material appearing on this website has been supplied to OCF by third parties As such OCF takes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy of any OCF website featured material created or published on third party sites As visitors to third party websites via OCF website links you shall review and agree to that site s rules of use before using such a site Confirmation of information accessed on this website should be confirmed with the originator of the material In addition the presence of links to third party sites on OCF s website does not imply that OCF endorses the site or the products or services referenced in such a third party site The content of this website does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such You should seek legal or other professional advice before acting or relying on any of the content Mention of any product

    Original URL path: http://www.oregoncf.org/disclaimer (2016-05-01)
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