Funding Announcement – Grants Project Manager Contract Position
United Way of Southwestern Oregon is pleased to announce receipt of grant awards from Wild Rivers Coast Alliance ($30,000), the David S. Foster Memorial Fund of Oregon Community Foundation ($10,500), and the Oregon Community Recovery Fund of Oregon Community Foundation ($14,500) for a one-year contract position designed to provide grant writing technical assistance and outreach regarding current funding opportunities to local nonprofits and community organizations on the southern Oregon coast.
Established in 1961, United Way of Southwestern Oregon’s mission is to increase the organized capacity of the people of Southwestern Oregon to care for one another. Serving Coos and Curry County, United Way of Southwestern Oregon fights for the health, education, and financial stability of all residents on the southern Oregon coast.
United Way of Southwestern Oregon is incredibly grateful to Wild Rivers Coast Alliance and Oregon Community Foundation for their generous support of this new initiative that will bring additional resources to south coast nonprofits and community organizations. More information on this one-year contract position, including instructions on applying, can be found at https://unitedwayswo.org/jobs/.
Wild Rivers Coast Alliance is the grant making department of Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. All net proceeds from Bandon Preserve at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort are dedicated to the grant making of Wild Rivers Coast Alliance to support a thriving South Coast of Oregon through conservation, community, and economic development projects. More information is available at wildriverscoastalliance.com/.
Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) puts donated money to work in Oregon – more than $100 million in grants and scholarships support Oregonians annually. For nearly 45 years, OCF grantmaking, research, advocacy and community-advised solutions have helped individuals, families, businesses and organizations create charitable funds to improve lives for all Oregonians. Impactful giving – time, talent and resources from many generous Oregonians – creates measurable change. The Foundation makes grants through an application process that involves local citizens in the review and evaluation of requests for funds. Application materials are available through the Foundation’s Portland office. Individuals or businesses interested in establishing a fund may contact the Eugene office at 440 East Broadway, Suite 160, Eugene OR 97401 or visit www.oregoncf.org.