Investments in this area are intended to reinforce innovative and effective practices and strategies, which are ready to proceed, have the potential to create the following outcomes, or are already demonstrating success in ALL FOUR of these key outcome areas:
- Self-Efficacy/Self-Advocacy and Self Determination
- Community Capacity/Community Voice
- Receptiveness/Growth Mindset
Applicants must have an existing relationship with one or more of the Health & Education Partners: CareOregon, Kaiser Permanente NW, Meyer Memorial Trust, Northwest Health Foundation, The Oregon Community Foundation.
We are now accepting sponsorship applications for events taking place in the next three to twelve months.
Find out if you're eligible for an MRG Foundation grant.
Meyer welcomes proposals from eligible organizations working toward a flourishing and equitable Oregon.
Oregon Community Foundation grants are as varied as our state. Some are awarded through an open grant application process, while others reflect an advised fund donor's recommendation. But they all have a single goal: improving our community.
Community Foundation of Southwest Washington's community grant programs provide a consistent source of funding for nonprofits that are doing outstanding work in Clark, Cowlitz and Skamania Counties.
The Northwest Area Foundation supports organizations anchored in the culture of the people they serve and dedicated to expanding economic opportunity for Native communities, communities of color, immigrants, refugees, and rural communities.
APANO's 2nd Climate, Health, and Housing Institute (CHHI) will start September 15, 2018. "In order to build a vibrant movement for social justice, we need to be developing Asian and Pacific Islander leaders who understand some of the root causes — as well as collective strategies to fight — the problems facing our communities."
The Oregon LEAD Program is one of six culturally-specific Leadership Development programs housed by the Coalition of Communities of Color (CCC) Bridges Initiative. NAYA is seeking applicants for this transformative program to build leadership capacity across Native communities throughout Oregon.
Disability Rights Storytellers Fellowship
The Disability Rights Storytellers Fellowship provides the opportunity for individuals with disabilities to learn and apply skills in digital media storytelling, and to connect with media professionals to prepare participants for advanced careers in media production, journalism, online advocacy, or digital design.
Bolder Advocacy promotes active engagement in democratic processes and institutions by giving nonprofits and foundations the confidence to advocate effectively and by protecting their right to do so. They demystify advocacy by equipping organizations with knowledge and tools.
Today's health challenges are influenced by factors well beyond the clinic walls, from our access to economic opportunity to the safety of our surroundings. Through Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's leadership programs, RWJF supports and connects leaders nationwide who are working to build a Culture of Health.
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