Gannett Foundation’s aids Oregon nonprofits

Six Oregon nonprofits are seeking Gannett Foundation grants to support individuals who are hungry or unhoused, empower youth, uplift incarcerated women and increase accessibility to LGBTQ+ musical performances.

The desires vary from a cargo van to transport donated food items to generating a e-book featuring the get the job done of the incarcerated to Spanish linguistic and cultural adaptation of a parenting instruction curriculum.

Burrito Brigade, Confluence Willamette Valley LGBT Refrain, Close friends of the Small children-PortlandOn the Inside, Parenting Now and The Arc Oregon have used for the Gannett Foundation’s A Neighborhood Thrives yearly grantmaking and crowdfunding application.   

The nonprofits each individual start out a fundraising campaign that continues through Aug. 13, with qualifying winners receiving money and a possibility to progress for larger sized regional and countrywide grants. 

Previous year:Confluence Willamette Valley LGBT refrain receives $8,400 grant from the Gannett Foundation