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|10/23/2017||Oregon Regional Promise Grants||
Funds for 2017-19 for the development and/or expansion of consortia of educational service districts, school districts and post-secondary institutions building collaborative, innovative, and flexible ways to foster a college-going culture across the region and to create additional opportunities for high school students to participate and earn credit in college-level courses.
|10/30/2017||Weyerhauser Giving Fund||
Focuses on funding four key areas including education and youth development in communities where they operate. In Oregon, that includes Lane and Linn counties (specifically Albany, Lebanon and Sweet Home).
|10/31/2017||State Farm Companies Grant||
Supports nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies that address safety, community development, or education. Education grants target public K-12 teacher development, service-learning programs, and systemic educational reform.
|11/01/2017||Toshiba America Foundation||
Grants to teachers who are passionate about making science and mathematics more engaging for their 6th-12th grade students. Requests under $5,000 reviewed on a rolling basis.
|11/01/2017||Ann & Bill Swindells Charitable Trust||
Grants to improve the health and welfare of Oregon citizens; applications from colleges and universities, arts, cultural, civic and social service organizations are invited to apply.
|11/07/2017||Prudential Spirit of Community Awards||
$1,000 award for young people in grades 5 through 12 who have demonstrated exemplary voluntary service to their communities.
|11/15/2017||NSHSS IB Teacher Grants||
$500 grants open to teachers in International Baccalaureate programs. Funds may be used for supplies, materials, field trips or other resources to enhance the delivery of Advanced Placement courses.
|12/01/2017||Union Bank Foundation||
The Union Bank Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in the communities in which the bank has operations - in Oregon: Portland, Tigard and Salem. The Foundation’s areas of interest include education. Requests may be submitted throughout the year.
|12/08/2017||The Bill Healy Foundation||
Supports programs that give children educated, informed and compassionate choices for a better quality and appreciation of life.
|12/09/2017||Technology Teacher Grant||
Up to $1,000 for classroom supplies, educational subscriptions and apps for your students for submitting a technology lesson plan.
|12/15/2017||Laura Bush Foundation - School Library Grants||
The foundation provides grants of up to $5,000 to help school libraries expand, update, and diversify their book collections.
|12/15/2017||Fishman Prize for Teaching||
$25,000 award that recognizes exceptional public school teachers who work in low-income schools.
|12/15/2017||Voya Foundation Grants||
Grants for innovative and experiential K-8 STEM learning opportunities to promote an early interest in STEM career fields, and improve teachers’ capabilities in STEM; or for financial education curriculum to grade 9-12 students.
|12/31/2017||Umpqua Bank Community Giving||
Supports programs that support youth development and education, plus the arts and community development, including financial literacy.
|12/31/2017||Walmart Local Giving Program||
Grants of $250 to $2,500 given through local Walmart and Sam's Club stores.
|12/31/2017||Juan Young Trust||
Grants are funded for projects and activities to enhance the health, education and welfare of children under the age of 21 years old in Oregon.
|12/31/2017||The Jackson Foundation||
The Jackson Foundation is a broad purpose charitable fund that responds to requests deemed most appropriate to "promote the welfare of the public of the City of Portland or the State of Oregon, or both."
|12/31/2017||NSHSS Educator Conference Grants||
The National Society of High School Scholars provides three $1,000 grants to help defray costs of educational conference registration, travel, and accommodations. Eligibility: Any high school teacher or counselor currently employed at a public or private high school in the United States or internationally.
Provides funds up $20,000 for projects that benefit citizens in Umatilla, Union, Morrow, and Wallowa counties.
|01/02/2018||James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation||
Strives to improve the academic success of students in K-12 classrooms in Oregon.
|Adobe: ConnectED||Offering creative tools and teacher professional development to Title I schools across the United States.|
|American Honda Foundation||Supports youth education with a specific focus on STEM subjects.|
|Charles Lafitte Foundation||Focuses on education initiatives that provide quality programs and equal access.|
|Charles Stewart Mott Foundation||Supports programs that expand college and career readiness for youth; submit a letter of inquiry.|
|Coca-Cola Foundation||Focuses on education, youth development and other community and civic initiatives.|
|Ford Foundation||Provides grants in three broad areas: (1) advancing knowledge, creativity, and achievement, (2) reducing poverty and injustice, and (3) promoting democratic values.|
|Georgia-Pacific Foundation||Focuses on education, environment, enrichment and entrepreneurship in the communities where employees live and work.|
|KeyBank Foundation||Gives grants that provide students with opportunities to prepare for fulfilling careers through access to high quality education and support for their academic success.|
|M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust||Provides grants for strategic projects including people, staff, equipment and technology for programs in the Northwest.|
|Oregon Humanities||Support in response to timely issues or events. Awards of up to $1,000 are made on a rolling basis to nonprofit organizations and federally recognized tribes in Oregon.|
|Reiman Foundation||Focuses giving on four main areas including education.|
|RGK Foundation||Awards grants in the broad areas of education, community, and health/medicine.|
|Safeway Foundation||Seeks to fund programs that align with its five priority areas including education.|
|Sony Corporation of America||Funding to programs that support education and creative, artistic, technical, and scientific skills that are necessary for tomorrow’s workforce.|
|The Awesome Foundation||Funds projects that challenge and expand our understanding of our individual and communal potentials and bringing communities together.|
|The Brown Foundation||Distributes funds for public charitable purposes, principally for support, encouragement and assistance to education, the arts and community service.|
|The Bruce J. Heim Foundation||Makes grants to organizations that help young people improve and develop their talents.|
|The Cruise Industry Charitable Foundation||Encourages the creation and expansion of learning experiencing and opportunities at the primary, secondary, and higher education levels, particularly for minority and disadvantaged students.|
|The Global Fund for Children||Accepts letters of inquiry from small, grassroots organizations with budgets of $200,000 or less that work directly with children and youth.|
|The Sunoco Foundation||Focused on investing in projects that promote local education, workforce development, and make communities great places to live and work.|
|The Walmart Foundation||Provides grants of many sizes focused on opportunity, sustainability and community.|