The Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries awards grants for the preservation and upkeep of historic cemeteries. Grants can be awarded to Oregon nonprofits, government agencies, schools, organizations and individual citizens. Funding may be requested for protection and security, restoration and preservation, education and training, and research and interpretation.
This program does not require nonprofit […]
Illinois Valley High School students who are members of the Josephine County Foundation are inviting community residents, business owners, and political leaders to discuss issues that are impacting Josephine County and help develop ideas for community service projects that high school students can undertake to better the community.
Josephine County Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit managed by students from […]
The Meyer Memorial Trust awards large grants and will be accepting letters of inquiry (LOI) beginning on April 4 for any of their four funding categories. The Meyer Memorial Fund awards grants ranging from $10,000 – $200,000.
The Trust has recently released new guidelines for their grant program and will be holding a free […]
The Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV ) is a program for post-9/11 veterans with a service-connected disability who want to learn how to start and manage a small business. The objective of the program is to open the door to economic opportunity for disabled veterans.
The entire EBV training program is offered without any […]
Grants from the Dreyfus Foundation typically range from $1,000 to $20,000 and are awarded to USA nonprofits for museums, cultural, and performing arts programs; schools, hospitals, educational and skills training programs, and programs for youth, seniors, and the handicapped; environmental and wildlife protection activities; and other community-based organizations. The diverse scope of projects […]
This is a new contest to encourage children between the ages of 7-18 to come up with innovative ideas to improve home fire prevention and safety. The contest organizers invite youth to use science, technology, engineering, math, kindness, creativity, and collaboration to tackle America’s number one disaster threat—home fires. Each year, home fires kill more Americans than earthquakes, […]
This post is for people who want to increase their work experience in meaningful jobs that are located in national parks, wildlife refuges, recreation areas, national seashores, national historic sites, and National Forests. The sponsoring agency provides housing, pays utilities, and conducts training. There is also a travel stipend to help with the cost of traveling the long distance to where you will […]
The Carpenter Foundation awards grants to nonprofit organizations in Jackson and Josephine Counties for a wide range of programs and projects that include human services, education, the arts, and public interest issues. Other areas of support include, but are not limited to assisting low-income families, nutrition, safety, education and prevention of domestic violence […]
This program awards $25,00-$100,000 grants for youth community service projects. The program is interesting because the individuals who review grant applications and decide which projects will be funded are 17-20 year old youth on the State Farm Youth Advisory Board. Meet the board members at this webpage. Click on the portrait of each member to see their resume. If you […]
Applications can be obtained at the Little League office located at the Illinois Valley Golf Club on Highway 199 about half a mile north of Cave Junction. There will be someone in the office beginning around 12:30 today (March 9, 2016) and will remain there for a couple of hours. If you arrive and no one is there, contact Shelly and […]