Latino Partnership Program Funding

ONGOING APPLICATIONS

Information for Grant Seekers and Collaborators

For the past decade, OCF's Latino Partnership Program (LPP) has  collaborated with Latino/x leaders and organizations around the state to engage with Oregon’s fastest-growing community.

Funding Opportunities

The LPP is not a stand-alone grant program. However, OCF does offer avenues for Latino-focused organizations to pursue funding.

Community Grant and Education Program Grants

Organizations advancing objectives in education, leadership development, community bridges and other areas are encouraged to apply for funds through our Community Grant and Education Programs or other funding opportunities as they are announced.

Latino Partnership Program Small Grants 

LPP offers small grants to Latino/x-led and Latino/x serving organizations with projects and activities that support Latino/x education, leadership development, wealth building and community bridge building in Central Oregon, Southern Oregon, Eastern Oregon and the Northern Willamette Valley. 

  • Central Oregon: Applicant organizations must be based in and serving residents in Central Oregon. OCF defines Central Oregon as Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson, Sherman, Wasco, Wheeler and the Warm Springs Reservation.
  • Southern Oregon: Applicant organizations must be based in and serving residents in Southern Oregon. OCF defines Southern Oregon region as Jackson, Josephine, Klamath and Lake counties.
  • Eastern Oregon: Applicant organizations must be based in and serving residents in Eastern Oregon. OCF defines Eastern Oregon as Baker, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Malheur, Morrow, Umatilla, and Wallowa Counties.
  • Northern Willamette Valley: Applicant organizations must be based in and serving residents in the Northern Willamette Valley. OCF defines the Northern Willamette Valley as Marion, Polk, and Yamhill counties.

Grants range from $1,000 to $5,000 each and are awarded annually each spring and fall. More information available here.

LPP Staff

Central Oregon

Southern Oregon