This may be something that local art organizations and educators can talk about working toward next year. Awards to winners of the contest go up to $7,500 for both public and private schools with emphasis on those that are in under-resourced districts serving students in grades 6-12. Awards are given to model […]
Umpqua Bank awards grants to support programs in two areas of emphasis:
1) Youth Development and Education
These are regarded to be programs that create opportunities for early childhood and K-12 youth to fulfill their educational experience, promote their well-being and inspire them to reach their full potential. Some examples include: early childhood learning, […]
The Bank of the Cascades provides funding for projects that improve the quality of life for families and individuals, provide educational opportunities for children and adults, and build the infrastructure of the community through economic development projects. The first priority of the Bank of the Cascades Foundation is to support programs that benefit low-and […]
The Graef Family Foundation is a broad purpose private foundation that awards grants deemed most appropriate to “promote the welfare of the public” through education, the arts, social welfare, medical research, and religion. They appear to be open to any type of project suggestion as long as it “promotes the welfare of the […]
The Joey Logano Foundation supports projects that are innovative, strategic, and collaborative with emphasis on projects, programs and services that address issues faced by disadvantaged people and communities. Funding is intended to empower citizens to use their skills to affect change. They look for established, knowledgeable, innovative and strategic organizations that think […]
This contest has a high potential to be a classroom art project that teaches gardening, self sufficiency, healthy living, and creative ways to recycle waste. The intent of this post is to assure parents, nonprofit leaders, and educators are aware of this program so they can prepare to participate next school year.
The Association for Butterflies awards grants to USA nonprofit organizations, schools, parks, groups, faith-based organizations, and communities for projects related to conservation of butterflies. This can include education, mentoring and research. Projects may include but are not limited to, planting a Monarch Waystation, pollinator friendly garden, butterfly education area or native plant […]
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 […]
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 […]