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Funding OrganizationName of grantFieldAmountMatching requiredLink to websiteApplication opensLetter of inquiry deadlineDeadlineContact personPhone numberEmailDate of application workshop (if any)
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74Kinsman FoundationPrimary areas for support are: Historic preservation, Native wildlife rehabilitation and appreciation, Arts, culture and humanities.$11,611www.kinsmanfoundation.org < $10,000 no deadline. Inquiries for Conventional Grants are due by August 1 or earlier. Mr. Keith Kinsmangrants@kinsmanfoundation.org
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73Jubitz Family FoundationStrengthen families, respect the natural environment, and foster peace$8,178www.jubitz.org1-Jul-14 Mr. Ray Jubitz, Executive Director (503)274-6255RayJubitz@Jubitz.org
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86Mckenzie River GatheringGrassroots groups working on a wide range of social change issues$15,082www.mrgfoundation.orgVary each year. Usually in late February and August Ms. Cris Lira, Grants Manager cris@mrgfoundation.org
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Ann and Bill Swindells Charitable Trust
Educational, cultural scientific$342,820http://www.swindellstrust.org/Trustees plan to meet quarterly on or about August 1, November 1, February 1 and May 1.Donna, Wecker, Trust Administrator, (503)222-0689,dwecker@swindellstrust.org,
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Oregon Community Foundation
Visit website for funding guidelines and different opportunities, Community Grants are broad scope $20,000; $5,000 to $35,000www.oregoncf.orgFebruary 1 and August 1. Once an application has been received, a multi-stage review begins, which occurs over the course of about 14 weeks.Jeff Geiger, Program Officer for Southern Willamette Valley Region, 541.431.7099jgeiger@oregoncf.org
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169Wild Rivers Coast Alliancesmall/large grantsEco-systems and the economy$10,000 - $100,000 per two year cyclehttp://www.wildriverscoastalliance.com/WRCA’s grants process is by invitation only. There is an Introduction Form that organizations can submit.Jim Seeley- Executive Director Office:(541)347-8842 URL:jseeley@wildriverscoastalalliance.com
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146The Ford Family FoundationChildren's programs, public convening space infrastructure, emergency needs, $10,000 for emergency, $50,000.No deadlines. Initial response within 30 days.John Amoroso, Program Officer(541) 957-5574jamoroso@tfff.org
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103ODOT DLCDTransportation and Growth Management Grantsbicycle/pedestrianhttps://www.oregon.gov/LCD/TGM/Pages/grants.aspxFebruary 2019John McDonald (Roseburg)/ Elizabeth Ledet, 503-986-3205541-957-3688john.mcdonald@odot.state.or.us
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104ODOT DLCDTransportation System Planningurban renewal, cycling, walkability, compact cityhttps://www.oregon.gov/LCD/TGM/docs/GrantCategories.pdfFebruary 2019John McDonald (Roseburg)/ Elizabeth Ledet, 503-986-3205541-957-3689john.mcdonald@odot.state.or.us
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105ODOT DLCDIntegrated Land Use and Transportation Planningurban renewal, cycling, walkability, compact cityhttps://www.oregon.gov/LCD/TGM/docs/GrantCategories.pdfFebruary 2019John McDonald (Roseburg)/ Elizabeth Ledet, 503-986-3205541-957-3690john.mcdonald@odot.state.or.us
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135SOLVProject Oregon, Project Assistanceproject planning and volunteer recruitment, a comprehensive planning guide, and project supplies0https://www.solveoregon.org/project-oregonrevolvingKaleen Boyle, kaleen@solveoregon.org
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112Oregon Main Street/SHPODiamonds in the Roughmain street, urban renewal< $20,0001:1https://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/FINASST/Pages/grants.aspxJanuary 2019Spring 2019Kuri Gill, Grants and Outreach Coordinator(503) 986-0685kuri.gill@oregon.gov
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24Chaney FoundationEducation, human services, charitable, and other purposes with a focus on benefitting children and families and public safety personnel$5,150www.familyfoundationchaney.orgNo DeadlinesM. Carrie Hanson, Exec Director(541)899-9199
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78Leo Adler Foundation170 (c ) (2) or 501 (c ) (3) and scholarship grants awards or loans to worthy students$6,390www.leoadler.com/community.htmlOctober 1 of each yearMr. Michael Sullivanlaura.pierce@usbank.com
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Northwest Health foundation
Public health, health care reform, and health workforce$35,851 www.nwhf.org Applications must be received by 5:00 PM on the deadline dateMr. Thomas Aschenbrener nwhf@nwhf.org
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Leightman Maxey Foundation
Educational Endeavors$8,817www.leightmanmaxeyfoundation.org/ March 1 and September 1 each year.Ms. Dee Ann Harrisdaharris@leighmanmaxeyfoundation.org
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Samuel Johnson Foundation
Formal education programs, vocational education programs, emergency food assistance, and rural mobile health screening/care projects$3,979https://fconline.foundationcenter.org/fdo-grantmaker-profile/?key=JOHN016For July meeting no later than May 15, for November meeting no later than September 15Ms. Elizabeth JohnsonPres. Email: mary@tssjf.org
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56Gordon ElwoodGordon ElwoodYouth and individuals thrive in school and life, individuals and families live independently and interpedently with dignity and respect, communities evolve, and youth individuals and families and the organizations that serve them are connectedwww.gordonelwoodfoundation.orgMarch 1 and September 1 each year.Ms. Kathy Bryon, Exec Directoroffice@gordonelwoodfoundation.org
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16Braemar Charitable TrustEducation, Community Service, Cultural, Youth Activities and Historical Preservation$8,772www.trustmanagementservices.netVary by region within the state of OregonMs. Mary BirdMarlyL@trustmanagementservices.net
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21Carpenter FoundationAdd opportunity, choice, inclusiveness, enrichment, and a climate change for those living in the Rogue Valley.$6,759www.carpenter-foundation.orgMeets quarterly in September, January, March, and June. Deadline for grant application is set about six weeks before each meetingMs. Polly Williams, program officerpwilliams@carpenter-foundation.org
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Herbert A. Templeton Foundation
Education, social concerns, performing arts and humanities$6,965September 15 and March 15Ms. Ruth Richmondhtempletonfoundation@gmail.com
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Curry County Cultural Coalition
Curry County Cultural Coalition Grantart, murals, culture, preservation, historic<1,000http://curryccc.org/grant_application/November 10, 2018Paulianne Balch-Rancourt541-332-4039info@curryccc.org
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19Business OregonCommunity Development Block Grant (CDBG) economic development, housing, public works100,000-2.5 millionhttp://www.orinfrastructure.org/Infrastructure-Programs/CDBG/October 1, 2018, and close December 31, 2018Sean Stevens, Regional Development Officer541-346-8620
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113Oregon Main Street/SHPOMain Street Revitalizationmain street, urban renewal, economic development<100,00030%https://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/FINASST/Pages/grants.aspxFall 2018Winter 2019Sheri Stuart Oregon Main Street Network Coordinator(503) 986-0679Sheri.Stuart@oregon.gov
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44Ford Family FoundationTechnical Assistance Grants:Children, Youth and Families, Ford Institute for Community Building, Community Economic DevelopmentUp to $5,0000No deadlines. Initial response within 30 days.Yvette Rhodes, Program Manager, yrhodes@tfff.org, (541) 957-5574, www.tfff.org
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66Idea Cafesmall business grantbusiness1,000https://www.businessownersideacafe.com/small_business_grants/index.phprolling
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Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund
Education, health, historic preservation, problem gaming, arts & culture, public safety, environmental preservation.$1,500www.ctsi.nsn.usQuarterly deadlines
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Simple Actions Family Foundation
Support the visions and actions of those who improve lives and communities worldwide.$2,915simpleactionsfamilyfoundation.org/No Deadlines
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Emerging Entrepreneur Grant – Students can get a $5000 scholarship for entrepreneurship.
entrepreneur, students$5,000https://www.legalzoom.com/scholarship-grant.htmlJuly-september
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76Lamb FoundationSocial services for youth and children, arts, and environment$5,077www.thelambfoundation.orgChange annuallylambfnd@thelambfoundation.org
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Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation
Youth education, strengthening the home and family, youth programs, and in general add to the quality of life for people in the community$7,532http://www.cowcreekfoundation.org/homeMarch 1 and September 1. LOI must be submitted before full application will be invited.
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139Stimson-Miller FoundationCivic, cultural, educational, health and human services, and religious organizations$9,388www.stimsonmillerfoundation.orgApril 1 and May 15info@stimsonmillerfoundation.org
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15Bill Healy Foundation501 (c ) (3) organizations working for the well being of children or environmental conservation$20,522www.billhealyfoundation.orgMay be submitted at any time during the yearinfo@billhealyfoundation.org
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East Cascades Works Employer Training Funds – Get up to $25,000 in grant funding to build a quality workforce.
workforce training, employer training$25,000http://www.eastcascadesworks.org/request-for-proposals--employer-training-funds.html?mc_cid=6e00f579ec&mc_eid=d4d8c602f6february, april, june
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88Metolius TrustGeneral charitable grants to organizations$30,412No Deadlines(503) 265-0030
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83Marion Miller FoundationAdvance the arts or education in Oregon$85,107www.millerfound.org See website. Trustees meet 4-5 times per year to review proposalsinfo@millerfnd.org
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Williamette Valley Capital – Get up to $100,000 in investment.
venture, entrepreneur $100,000https://gust.com/organizations/wvc?mc_cid=6e00f579ec&mc_eid=d4d8c602f6
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Trust Management Services, LLC
Education, Community Service, Cultural, Youth Activities and Historical Preservation< $10,000.http://trustmanagementservices.net/Every two years, each County in Oregon is eligible.
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89Meyer Memorial TrustCommunity and economic advancements, internal operations, financial sustainability, capital project, technology, start-ups, and much more< $40,000, $40,000-$300,000.www.mmt.orgNo deadlines for responsive grants. March 15, July 15, and October 15 for grassroots grants.
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Spirit Mountain Community Fund
Education, health, historic preservation, problem gaming, arts & culture, public safety, environmental preservation< $5,000 www.thecommunityfund.comRolling deadlines.
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117PGE FoundationSafe and Healthy Families< $8,166http://www.pgefoundation.org/February
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Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust
education, community development, land and watershed protection, land use planning, forests and energy efficiency< $9,302http://rlch.org/funding/rose-e-tucker-charitable-trustNo deadlines.
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64Home DepotCOMMUNITY IMPACT GRANTS< 5,000https://corporate.homedepot.com/grants/community-impact-grantsrolling
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Cascade Angels – Get $150,000 to $250,000 in investment.
venture, entrepreneur <$250,000https://cascadeseedfund.com/cascade-angels-announce-second-application-period-for-early-stage-companies/?mc_cid=6e00f579ec&mc_eid=d4d8c602f6May
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NW Trade Adjustment Assistance Center - Get up to $75,000 in grants for products made in America.
entrepreneur<$75,000https://nwtaac.org/?mc_cid=6e00f579ec&mc_eid=d4d8c602f6
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54GoogleGoogle ad grantsocial media/website advertisement, engagement<10,000https://www.google.co.uk/intl/en/grants/
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Navy Accelerated Delivery and Acquisition of Prototype Technologies (ADAPT) SBIR Broad Agency Announcement – Get up to $1,500,000. Funding topics include: Compact Inflatable Structures for Submerged Payload Launch & Recovery, On Demand Structures – Submarine Launch of UUVs, Flow Conditioning for Improved Piping Arrangement, Quiet Bunks, Cool Suits, High Power Compact Fuel Cell Systems.
<150,000https://sbir.defensebusiness.org/(X(1)S(mssznpxhlswtqkolnwcdzz4v))/topics/instructions?solicitationId=128&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1&mc_cid=6e00f579ec&mc_eid=d4d8c602f6
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163USDArural small businesses for renewable energy systems or to make energy efficiency improvements.<20,000https://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/rural-energy-america-program-renewable-energy-systems-energy-efficiency10/31/2018 or 04/01/2019
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94National Main StreetMade on Main Streetvolunteer engagement<25,000https://nationalmainstreetcenter.submittable.com/submit/109170/made-on-main-street-grant-application
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145The Community FundGeneral Purpose Grantscapacity building, <7,500https://www.thecommunityfund.com/
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40Eileen Fisher FoundationActivating LeadershipWomen, leadership, business> $5000https://www.eileenfisher.com/grants/activating-leadership/grant-guidelines/Spring 2019Spring 2020Spring 2021
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155Travel OregonCompetitive Grants ProgramInterpretive signing, urban renewal, tourism, bike infrastructure, cultural/historical etc>/<100,000http://industry.traveloregon.com/industry-resources/matching-grants-program/oregon-tourism-commission-matching-grants-program/Spring 2019
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46Ford Family FoundationGood Neighbor Grants$1,000 to $10,000.0http://www.tfff.org/what-we-do/vital-rural-communities/community-and-economic-development/good-neighbor-grants
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55Google Grantsnonprofit, advertising$10,000 in advertising for 501(c)3s
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154Toyota Motor Sales, Co.Education, students$129,000 to $3,100,000http://www.toyota.com/about/philanthropy/education/grants/No Deadline
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153Three Rivers Foundationeducation, historic preservation, environment, gambling addiction prevention, cultural activities, the arts$2,000 - $7,000.https://www.threeriversfoundation.org/page/146/our-grantsAnnual grant deadline is December 30
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127Safeway FoundationChildren's programs$2,500 - $10,000http://www.safewayfoundation.org/No Deadline
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Paul G. Allen Family Foundation
Arts and Culture, libraries, education, financial empowerment$25,000 - $1,000,000http://www.pgafamilyfoundation.orgNo Deadline
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Stealthy and Wealthy Student Entrepreneur Grant – Students can get up to $250 for building a business.
entrepreneur, students$250-1000https://www.petersons.com/scholarship/stealthy-and-wealthy-student-entrepreneur-grant-111_218194.aspx?mc_cid=6e00f579ec&mc_eid=d4d8c602f6August 21
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Coquille Tribal Community Fund
Health, Arts and Culture, Public Safety, Historic Preservation, Environment, Education, Problem Gaming$5,000 - $10,000http://www.coquilletribalfund.orgAugust 31, 2014. Process starts with a Letter of Intent so start early!
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162US Bancorp FoundationSupport for the creation of economic opportunity through grants to organizations that provide affordable housing, encourage self-sufficiency, and assist economic development$5,000 and uphttps://www.usbank.com/community/charitable-giving.htmlApplications accepted on an ongoing basis
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45Ford Family FoundationCommunity Building Spacesurban renewal, building rennovation, acquisition $50,000 to $250,000http://www.tfff.org/what-we-do/vital-rural-communities/community-and-economic-development/rural-capital-projects
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MJ Murdock Charitable Trust
Religious, Scientific, Education, Arts and Culture$75,000 - $1,000,000http://www.murdock-trust.org/No deadlines. LOI first with response in about three weeks.
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U.S. Department of Agriculture Conservation Innovation Grants – Funding for environmental enhancement and protection.
Environmental enhancement and protectionOregon, TBD National, >75,000https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/main/or/programs/financial/cig/?mc_cid=6e00f579ec&mc_eid=d4d8c602f6MayOregon CIG May 31, 2019.National, TBD
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35Department of Agriculturevariousvarieshttps://www.grants.gov/learn-grants/grant-making-agencies/department-of-agriculture.html
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43Fedexsmall business grant contestbusiness, educationvarieshttps://smallbusiness.fedex.com/grant-contest
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144The Collins FoundationArts & humanities, children & youth, community welfare, education, environment, health & science, and religion.Varies. Average is $30,000.www.collinsfoundation.orgNo deadlines. Foundation trustees meet six times annually to make decisions on grant requests. Notification in 2-4 months.
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A.J. Frank Family Foundation(link is external)
Service area: Education and religious. Counties: AllAug. 15
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3Advance Health
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4Albertsons Food Stores
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5Allcare Health
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6Amazon Smiles
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Anna May Family Foundation(link is external)
Service area: Human services, youth and education. Counties: JacksonFeb. 15
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Arthur R. Dubs Foundation(link is external)
Wilderness areas, sportsmanship, youth and basic needs Counties: Rural communitieshttp://www.ardubsfoundation.org/grant-application/Apr. 01
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10Autzen FoundationSocial service, arts and culture, educational, and youth-centered organizations. Counties: Allhttps://www.autzenfoundation.org/Mar. 15
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Bay Area Hospital Community Foundation (Coos Bay)
Annual grant deadline is March 1
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Ben B. Cheney Foundation(link is external)
Human/social services, civic, culture, education, elderly, health and youth. Counties: AlYear round
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17Bullitt FoundationBullitt Foundation GrantsEnvironment, sustainability, walkability? compact city?http://www.bullitt.org/grants/grantmaking-process/revolvingMarch 15 and September 15May 1 and November 1grants@bullitt.org
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18Business OregonBrownfields Redevelopment Fundbrownfieldshttps://www.orinfrastructure.org/Infrastructure-Programs/Brownfields/
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Cambia Health Foundation(link is external)
Child health, transforming health care and sojourns. Counties: AllContact
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CCD Business Development Corporation (CCD)
Grant search support and writinghttps://ccdbusiness.org/economic-development/
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Charlotte Martin Foundation(link is external)
Increasing opportunities for minority youth and conserving biodiversity in a changing climate. Counties: AllVarious
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26Coast Community Health
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27Community Lending Worksloans not grantshttp://www.communitylendingworks.org/
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28Coos-Curry Electric
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Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation(link is external) - LOI
Basic needs, abuse prevention and intervention, education, community support, health and wellness. Counties: Coos, Deschutes, Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Lane and KlamathMar. 01
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Department of Energy (DOE) SBIR – Businesses can get up to $250,000 for the development of energy technology.
business, energy techhttps://science.energy.gov/sbir/funding-opportunities/?mc_cid=6e00f579ec&mc_eid=d4d8c602f6february
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37Dollar General StoresEducational focus
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39Eileen Fisher FoundationWomen-owned businessWomen, leadership, businesshttps://www.eileenfisher.com/grants/women-owned-business/women-owned-business-overview/Spring 2019Spring 2020Spring 2021
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Four Way Community Foundation(link is external)
Service area: Capital projects. Counties: Josephine and western JacksonApr. 01
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48Fred Meyers Food StoresEach store has their own community giving program. Pick up an application at the local store.
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Freeman Marine, Freeman Rock
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50Georgia Pacific Foundationhttps://www.gp.com/community