We Still Need You to Help Oregon Recover From the Impacts of COVID-19
Nonprofit Requests Exceed $85M
Contribute today to support Oregon’s recovery by funding nonprofits serving Oregon residents and families who are most affected by health, economic, and social impacts of COVID-19.
Given the health, economic and racial crises our nation is grappling with, we are intensifying a focused response to address gaps in opportunity among communities facing the greatest risk and the most disproportionate impacts. These include quality education, good jobs, stable housing, access to health care, a web of community connections.
Grantmaking priority will be given to organizations working to address disproportionate impact on Black, Indigenous, and people of color in Oregon. We continue to have a statewide reach, and strongly encourage applications from organizations who target these historically marginalized populations living in rural communities.
Oregon Community Recovery Fund
Established in collaboration with partners throughout the state, the Oregon Community Recovery Fund is rapidly deploying resources to community-based organizations at the front lines of the Coronavirus outbreak. At this time, OCF is prioritizing funding to support organizations that are responding to the immediate needs of Oregon communities facing the most disproportionate health, social and economic impacts of this pandemic. These communities include:
- Communities of color (Black, Latinx, Native American, Asian/Pacific Islander)
- Rural communities
- Other vulnerable communities
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Make a grant from your donor advised fund to the Oregon Community Recovery Fund (online at MyOCF or by contacting your donor relations manager).
- Make a credit card donation
- Make a check donation
Oregon Arts and Culture Recovery Fund
OCF created the Oregon Arts and Culture Recovery Fund to provide flexible resources to support the arts and culture community who have been adversely impacted by the outbreak of COVID-19.
Seeded with over $1 million in investments from OCF and other generous funding partners, the Oregon Arts and Culture Recovery Fund supports immediate operating needs and losses, along with effective solutions to adapt strategies and share programming in new ways.