Kaiser Permanente Grant Opportunity for Nonprofit Capacity Building
This opportunity is limited to nonprofit organizations working on issues that immigrant and refugee communities disproportionately experience. Successful applicants will be working in the areas of economic opportunity, educational attainment, and access to healthcare. Eligible counties include: Clark, Cowlitz, parts of Wahkiakum and Skamania counties in Washington; and Clackamas, Columbia, Lane, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Washington, Yamhill and parts of Linn and Benton counties in Oregon.
Attend an information session on April 27, 1-3:30pm in the Kaiser Permanente Building at 500 NE Multnomah, Portland, Oregon 97232 to learn more. RSVP to Community.Benefit@kp.org.
Organizations are now invited to apply for Micro, Critical Response, and Travel Grants to support unforeseen and urgent work. This program provides grassroots groups across the state with access to up to $3,000 on short timelines, using a simple application process.
Meyer welcomes proposals from eligible organizations working toward a flourishing and equitable Oregon.
We are now accepting sponsorship applications for events taking place in the next three to twelve months.
Camp Wellstone is for those looking to gain practical skills in progressive political action.
Two Workshops with Sins Invalid's Patty Berne
In Acting as Partners in Resistance to Ableism and Violence, participants will identify disability's relationship to both interpersonal and institutional forms of violence and explore the current iterations and historical underpinnings of violence against people with disabilities. This workshop will take place on May 4 at Immigrant and Refugee Community Center.
Free and open to the public, these workshops will provide attendees with the information, skills and resources necessary to support their actions in resistance to hate and bias.
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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