COVID

OCF is providing funding and resources to nonprofits affected by COVID-19.

Grants Awarded

As of April 3, 2020

$3.3M  Grants |  111 Nonprofits 

With inputs from a network of volunteers, community leaders and partners, OCF has provided funding and resources to nonprofits to help them fill gaps in funding during the crisis, providing resources where and when they are critically needed, focusing most on Oregon’s most vulnerable populations.

Oregon Community Recovery Fund

This fund is rapidly deploying resources to community-based organizations at the front lines of the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Oregon Small Business Stabilization Fund

Provides emergency capital to nonprofit community lenders, increasing these lenders’ capacity to offer low-interest and no-interest loans and technical assistance to small businesses.

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Oregon Community Recovery Fund

Grants are awarded to nonprofit organizations across Oregon, and so far include:

Central

A Circle of Friends, Oregon ($50,000)
Bethlehem Inn ($57,000)
Family Access Network Foundation ($35,000)
Jericho Road ($7,000)
KIDS Center ($635 )
Mid-Columbia Community Action Council ($37,400)
NeighborImpact ($74,600)
Shepherd's House ($25,000)
The Giving Plate ($10,000)
United Way of Deschutes County ($30,000)

Eastern

Communities in Action ($35,200)
Community Action Program of East Central Oregon ($46,200)
Community Connection of Northeast Oregon ($38,500)
Wesley United Methodist Church (Milton-Freewater) ($10,000)

Portland Metro

Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians ($60,000)
All Classical Public Media, Inc. ($500)
Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon ($2,000)
Catholic Charities ($2,000)
Central City Concern ($42,500)
Clackamas County Social Services ($97,000)
CoHo Productions ($3,000)
Community Action of Washington County ($52,500)
El Programa Hispano Católico ($41,500)
Friends of Chamber Music ($5,000)
Hunger Fighters Oregon ($1,000)
Impact NW ($41,500)
IRCO ($41,500)
JOIN ($1,500)
Meals on Wheels People ($61,000)
Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon ($60,000)
Native American Youth & Family Center ($41,500)
New Avenues for Youth, Inc. ($75,000)
North by Northeast Community Health Center ($1,250)
Oregon Human Development Corporation ($52,500)
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry ($1,000)
Oregon Trail of Hope DBA Oregon Harbor of Hope ($50,000)
Parkrose School District #3 ($4,537 )
Portland Homeless Family Solutions ($1,483 )
Portland Opera Association ($3,000)
Portland Public Schools District 1J ($50,000)
Portland Rescue Mission ($25,000)
Profile Theatre Project ($5,000)
Raphael House of Portland ($25,000)
ROSE Community Development Corporation ($1,500)
Sisters of The Road Cafe ($5,000)
Store to Door ($1,500)
Street Roots ($14,000)
Sunshine Division ($2,500)
Take Action INC ($1,000)
Third Rail Repertory Theatre ($3,000)
Transition Projects ($50,000)
United Way of the Columbia Gorge ($22,000)
United Way of the Columbia-Willamette ($79,000)
Urban Gleaners ($10,000)
Urban League of Portland ($41,500)
William Temple House ($2,500)
Wilsonville Community Sharing ($1,000)

North Coast

Community Action Team ($49,500)
Food Roots ($1,000)
North Lincoln Hospital Foundation ($10,000)
Tides of Change ($1,000)
United Way of Columbia County ($19,000)

Northern Willamette Valley

Give a Little Foundation ($500)$50,000
Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency ($99,000)
St. Francis Shelter ($4,800)
United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley ($49,000)
Yamhill Community Action Partnership ($43,000)

South Coast

CCD Business Development Corporation ($60,000)
Oregon Coast Community Action ($44,000)
The Curry County Homeless Coalition ($5,000)
United Way of Southwestern Oregon ($22,000)

Southern Willamette Valley

Community LendingWorks ($60,000)
Community Outreach, Inc. ($5,000)
Community Services Consortium ($71,000)
Community Sharing Program ($30,000)
Corvallis First United Methodist Church ($5,000)
Corvallis Public Schools Foundation ($10,000)
Eugene Mission ($5,000)
Family Relief Nursery - South Lane ($5,000)
FOOD For Lane County ($8,000)
Greater Douglas United Way ($24,000)
Heartland Humane Society ($1,000)
Linn Benton Food Share ($10,000)
Looking Glass Community Services ($5,000)
Oregon State University Foundation ($1,000)
South Lane Mental Health ($5,000)
South Lane School District ($10,000)
St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County ($15,000)
Stone Soup Corvallis Inc. ($5,000)
United Community Action Network ($64,900)
United Way of Lane County ($140,000)
United Way of Linn County ($36,000)

Southern Oregon

ACCESS ($65,462 )
Asante Foundation ($1,000)
Jackson County ($30,000)
Klamath and Lake Community Action Services ($41,800)
La Clinica ($1,000)
United Community Action Network ($64,900)
United Way of Jackson County ($32,000)
United Way of the Klamath Basin ($20,000)

Statewide and Out of State

Community Action Partnership of Oregon ($15,000)
Craft3 ($60,000)
MRG Foundation ($531,500)
OCF: Childcare Project ($20,000)
Oregon Food Bank ($15,500)
Oregon Public Broadcasting ($1,000)
Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon ($10,000)
SMART Reading ($1,000)
Boulder Chamber Foundation ($2,000)
Gabriela Lena Frank Creative Academy of Music ($2,000)
Pacific Lutheran University ($2,000)
Social Justice Fund Northwest ($3,000)
CCD Business Development Corporation ($60,000)
Oregon Coast Community Action ($44,000)
The Curry County Homeless Coalition ($5,000)
United Way of Southwestern Oregon ($22,000)

Oregon Small Business Stabilization Fund

Grants are awarded to provide emergency capital to nonprofit community lenders in both urban and rural communities, and so far include:

Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Economic Development Corporation
Community LendingWorks
Coos Curry Douglas Business Development Corporation
Craft3
Microenterprise Services of Oregon (MESO)

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