Grant Funding Priority Areas

The Judith Ann Mogan Foundation (JAMF) supports qualified organizations that work towards creating successful citizens and vital communities through programs and projects that impact the following priority areas:

Activities that support the arts and culture of a community. Possible projects could include community and school-based music/arts programs, cultural exchange experiences, and visiting artist’s sponsorship.
Projects that encourage business diversification and sustainability opportunities, improve and enhance local business operations, and support programs including quality senior and child care that will allow families to participate in the workforce.
Programs organized for both in- and out-of-school youth such as: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education; early learning classes, quality childcare, sports programs, and overall literacy improvement.
Projects that advance community health initiatives, attract medical professionals, promote healthy lifestyles, increase medical services on the South Coast, conduct medical related research, and encourage citizens to obtain their best health regardless of socioeconomic status.
Projects that strengthen various venues and opportunities for the community to socialize, such as: park development or maintenance, recreational facilities, and museum or education facilities such as libraries.
Projects that support proper management and sustainability of our environment and natural resources. JAMF is especially interested in programs that promote forestry and wood products industries and provide community awareness & education.
Programs that provide assistance with basic needs like housing, food, healthcare, transportation, etc. Proposals addressing root causes and systemic changes to improve poverty alleviation in our community.