Foundation / Corporation
Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) and Black Student Success Funders Task Force
03/06/20 5:00 PM
Grants of $20,000 to Oregon nonprofit organizations working collaboratively to address the unequal distribution of educational resources. Funding is intended to support nonprofit coalitions that are committed to finding and addressing the causes of educational inequity, and providing direction on best practices for advancing Black student success.
The educational challenges that face marginalized Black children and their families in Oregon are too great for one organization or group to tackle alone. Success requires strategic ongoing collaboration. The Oregon BSS Network will facilitate meaningful partnerships and coalitions to tackle root causes of educational inequity. The Black Student Success Network of Oregon will bring together community organizations rooted in the African American/Black community to strategize and provide direction on best practices for advancing Black student success.
All organizations applying should be providing at least one program related to the focus areas below for Black Students and must have a focus that falls within the scale of Birth through Pre-K, K-12 and post-secondary:
As a recipient of a grant, your organization will be members of the Oregon Black Student Success Network, which provides a range of advice and perspectives to the BSS Task Force. Members will:
Network members will fulfill this through the following key activities:
GrantWatch ID#: 188085
Recipients will receive $20,000 grants to participate in the Oregon Black Student Success Network.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To apply: https://ocf.iphiview.com/ocf/LogIn/tabid/444/Default.aspx
Questions about eligibility or qualification for this grant program can be directed to Marcy Bradley, Program Officer at email@example.com
Questions about technical help with the application process can be directed to Joel Harmon, Administrative Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org
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