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|05/31/2020||Union Pacific Community Grants||
Funds small- and medium-sized grants where they operate for direct services to build capacity related to workforce development.
|05/31/2020||The Brown Foundation||
Funds program areas including education, arts and culture, civic assets, human services and healthcare.
|06/01/2020||Toshiba America Foundation||
Grants to teachers who are passionate about making science and mathematics more engaging for their 6th-12th grade students. Grants of $5,000 and above are due on May 1 or November 1; grants under $5,000 are due on March 1, June 1, September 1 or December 1.
|06/01/2020||NEA Student Success Grants||
Grants of $2,000 and $5,000 for classroom resource materials, supplies, equipment, transportation, or technology.
|06/01/2020||NEA Foundation Learning & Leadership Grants||
Grants to individuals fund participation in high-quality professional development experiences, such as summer institutes or action research; or grants to groups fund collegial study, including study groups, action research, lesson study, or mentoring experiences for faculty or staff new to an assignment.
|06/01/2020||Trust Management Services Grants - Central Oregon Region||
Grants up to $10,000 with an emphasis on education, community service, cultural and youth activities. The June 1 deadline is for Crook, Deschutes, Hood River, Jefferson, Lake, Klamath, Sherman & Wasco Counties.
|06/08/2020||Spirit Mountain Community Fund||
Funds projects including education-related programs in eleven Oregon counties. Letters of intent are due prior to a full application.
|06/15/2020||James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation||
Funds to improve the academic success of students in K-12 classrooms in Oregon.
|06/26/2020||Umpqua Bank Community Giving Grants||
Up to $10,000 for programs that support youth educational attainment initiatives.
|06/30/2020||Juan Young Trust||
Grants for projects and activities to enhance the health, education and welfare of children under the age of 21 years old in Oregon.
|06/30/2020||The Jackson Foundation||
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." In general, they will not make a grant to a K-12 school.
Provides funds up $20,000 for projects that benefit citizens in Umatilla, Union, Morrow, and Wallowa counties.
|07/15/2020||Oregon Community Foundation Grants||
Supports projects that address one of four primary funding priorities including educational opportunities and achievement.
Up to $25,000 for technology needs for non-profits.
|08/01/2020||The Reser Family Foundation||
Funds projects in the areas of the arts, education, environment and health that can result in broad public benefit in Oregon.
|08/01/2020||Brady Education Foundation||
Funds program evaluations in education that have the potential of informing public policy and private funding to close the opportunity gap between children living in under-resourced and/or under-represented communities and other children.
|08/01/2020||American Honda Foundation||
Up to $75,000 for youth education with a specific focus on STEM, the environment, literacy, and job training.
|08/15/2020||Kids in Need Foundation||
The SupplyAClassroom.org program provides school supplies for teachers that serve in schools with 70% or more students eligible for free/reduced lunch.
|08/15/2020||Trust Management Services Grants - Portland Region||
Grants up to $10,000 with an emphasis on education, community service, cultural and youth activities. The August 15 deadline is for Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah and Washington counties.
|08/31/2020||Fred Meyer Sponsorships||
Sponsors events and organizations that enhance and strengthen the communities where their customers and staff live and work.
|Albertsons Companies Foundation||Fund organizations that impact the lives of their employees and customers.|
|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.|
|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 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 Healy Foundation||Supports programs in Oregon that give children educated, informed and compassionate choices for a better quality and appreciation of life.|
|The Walmart Foundation||Provides grants of many sizes focused on opportunity, sustainability and community.|