Philanthropy acts fast to support Oregon nonprofits and small businesses
First round of grants from Oregon Community Recovery Fund: $2M statewide to community action organizations on front lines of COVID-19.
Health and Well-being,
Economic and Community Vitality
Announcing the Oregon Community Recovery Fund
Established in collaboration with partners throughout the state, the Oregon Community Recovery Fund will rapidly deploy resources to community-based organizations at the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak.
Town hall with OCF volunteers sheds insights on local needs
Leadership council members, board members and committee members—all OCF volunteers—participated in a virtual town hall meeting and provided input about their community needs in responding to the Coronavirus outbreak.
See Where COVID Funds Are Already Going to Work
Here’s a look at seven Oregon nonprofit organizations responding to community needs with recent OCF grants – just a sampling of the important work happening around our state.
Taking steps to slow the spread of COVID-19
As community supporters, we believe our primary role and responsibility is to ensure community members are cared for during this time of uncertainty. We are taking steps to limit the spread of disease in our physical spaces and directing support to nonpro
Update from the Community Impact Department
We recognize that Oregon nonprofits face pressing questions about financial sustainability during these uncertain times. We at OCF are activating a plan to direct flexible funding to where it’s needed most. Check this page daily for updates.
COVID-19 frequently asked questions
We remain in close collaboration with our regional funding partners, our statewide network of community leaders and nonprofit partners to ensure we’re ready and available to mobilize resources, support and communications where and when they are most neede
Nike founders, executives and Nike Foundation contribute $3 million to Oregon Community Foundation Recovery Fund
Nike co-founder Phil Knight and wife Penny Knight, Executive Chairman Mark Parker and wife Kathy and CEO John Donahoe and wife Eileen will personally give $2 million to the Oregon Community Foundation Recovery Fund.