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Financials

As a public charity, Oregon Community Foundation adheres to the highest standards for operating in the public view and in the public interest.

Investment Program

Since 1973, Oregon Community Foundation has been a careful and strategic steward of charitable funds for Oregon donors. Our investment strategy combines assets of endowed charitable funds for investment. Each fund benefits from the strength of a large, diversified, pooled portfolio. Learn More.

OCF Financials

Audited Financial Statements

IRS Form 990

OCF Policy Statements

OCF Annual Reports

Administrative Fees

Through careful management and use of volunteers, OCF keeps its expenses low while providing high-quality services to donors and grantees. Each OCF fund pays a proportionate share of the Foundation's administrative costs, based on an annual fee structure.

Historically, OCF's administrative fees have been among the lowest compared to community foundations nationally.

Current Fee Schedule

Rates shown do not include investment management costs.

Permanent Funds (Community, Advised, Designated)*

 Rate
$25,000 to $2 million 0.95%
$2 million to $6 million 0.85%
$6 million to $20 million 0.55%
Amounts > $20 million 0.35%
*COMMUNITY FUNDS AND ADVISED FUNDS THAT AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS ARE ASSESSED AN ADDITIONAL FEE FOR SCHOLARSHIP ADMINISTRATION. The minimum annual administrative fee for an advised fund is $475.

Scholarship Fund**

 Rate
$50,000 to $2 million 0.95%
$2 million to $6 million 0.85%
$6 million to $20 million 0.55%
Amounts > $20 million 0.35%
**Plus an additional 10% of the amount of scholarships awarded

Endowments for Other Nonprofit Organizations

Rate
$25,000 to $1 million 0.50%
$1 million to $5 million 0.20%
Amounts > $5 million 0.10%

 

Investment Management Costs

OCF allocates the costs associated with investment management proportionally to the individual funds in its investment pool. These costs include fees paid for professional management; independent investment consulting fees; and legal fees associated with the investment program.

The fees of individual managers vary depending on the size of the portfolio and the type of assets being managed (e.g., management fees for fixed-income investments are typically lower than fees for equity investments). Total investment costs fluctuate depending on how assets are allocated among managers and among investment categories.

OCF’s investment returns are stated net of investment management costs.