Two Portland groups Recieve Significant Contributions


Foundation: Oregon Community Foundation

Two groups, one in Portland and the other with strong local connections, received funding from a well-known philanthropist. The Oregon Arts and Culture Recovery Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation has received $4 million , and the BOMA Project receive $10 million from MacKenzie Scott. It was revealed that she and her husband Dan Jewett will donate $2.74 billion to further community-centric services.

OCF funds will be support a fund was launched in April 2008 as a cooperative group of art funders to gather resources for artists and art organizations in need, according to spokesperson Stephanie Swanson. The fund has so far been supported by Covid-19 Affected small art organizations and individual artists issued 5.3 million US dollars, focusing on communities of color, the disabled, immigrants and refugees, as well as rural, LGBTQ+ and low-income groups.

The BOMA project aims to help women build flexible families and escape from abject poverty and promote change in their rural communities. Read the Entire Article


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Foundation: Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi

In light of the increased prevalence of the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi highlighted its free transportation initiative. In partnership...more

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Foundation: Maine Community Foundation

The Cumberland County Committee of the Maine Community Foundation has awarded $113,174 in grants to 16 nonprofits through the Community Building Grant Program, including two grants to ameliorate the...more

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Foundation: Central Alabama Community Foundation

After nearly three years of waiting, the endangered Montgomery Church, where Martin Luther King Jr. was selected to lead the movement for the first time, has received federal funding and has begun to...more

How Philanthropy Can Help Rebuild Main Street for a Post-COVID World
Foundation: Long Island Community Foundation, Rauch Foundation

For decades, suburban malls and online shopping had drawn customers away from the beating heart of communities — the shops where residents once congregated, conversed, and consumed. A recent study...more

Coalition for Racial Justice Launches in Santa Cruz
Foundation: Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County

Approximately 300 people showed up to the Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County’s “Rise Together” coalition launch party Friday night, many gathering for the first time with friends they...more

$3 Million for Arts and Culture in Philadelphia
Foundation: Philadelphia Foundation

Four artists and five cultural organizations received a total of $3 million in grants to support Philadelphia's art and culture recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Forman Art Initiative...more

Coastal South Carolina Gets $685k to Support Black Communities and Build Resilience
Foundation: Coastal Community Foundation, Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina

Officials from the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina stated that they have provided $685,000 to 37 non-profit organizations led and/or served by blacks in the three-county area to...more

Tulsa Higher Education Consortium Seeks to Train and Retain Local Talent
Foundation: Tulsa Community Foundation

The recently launched Tulsa Higher Education Consortium hopes to increase the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded and offer better economic mobility for Tulsans. The initiative brings together...more

Cleveland Foundation Jumpstarts its Equity Initiatives with the Black Futures Fund
Foundation: Cleveland Foundation

The Cleveland Black Futures Fund is just one step in a long-term process toward the Cleveland Foundation becoming a more equitable grantmaker. According to Keisha González, program manager of...more

$4 Million Contributions to House Marin County Homeless Vets
Foundation: Marin Community Foundation

After receiving $4 million in funding from the state budget, the construction of the first priority housing project for homeless veterans in Marin County will break ground next year. This funding...more







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