Are you part of a culturally-specific or cross-racial organization or group that wants to build capacity for civic engagement and electoral organizing—engaging your community members to help change policies through the ballot and elected bodies? If yes, Northwest Health Foundation invites your group to apply for the Assessment & Planning process for our next initiative, Civic Health.
We are now accepting sponsorship applications for events taking place in the next two to twelve months.
Grant opportunities to support rural and small town organizing, civic engagement, leadership development, economic, and criminal justice.
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.
OHSU-PSU School of Public Health Seeks Community Partners for Evaluation Graduate Class Fall 2019
The OHSU-PSU School of Public Health is seeking to identify organizations to serve as community partners for a graduate course on program evaluation in Fall Term 2019 (September to December). The organization needs to have a defined program for which it would like an evaluation designed, and needs to identify a contact person who will be the liaison with a student team. Usually there are three formal contacts during the quarter, with the remainder of communication by email. Organizations receive free evaluation consultation and offer students a meaningful community-based experience. The short time frame does not permit the students to also conduct the evaluation, but there may be opportunities for a student to return for a subsequent field experience to conduct the evaluation. If you are interested, please contact Professor Eric Einspruch at firstname.lastname@example.org, and he will send you more information and an application to be a partner. Applications are due no later than September 6, 2019 in order to be considered for Fall Term and will be reviewed as received.