JAMF Accepting Grant Applications and LOIs April 5 to May 5, 2024

Coos Bay — The Judith Ann Mogan Foundation (JAMF) opens its application portal for the 2024 Grant Cycle on April 5, 2024Oregon nonprofits are invited to review JAMF’s updated funding guidelines and grant cycle timeline at www.jamoganfoundation.org before applying.

Project beneficiaries must be located in Coastal Douglas, Coos, or Curry Counties, and projects must fall under one or more of JAMF’s seven priority areas: Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Community Health, Convening & Gathering Places, Economic Development, Environment & Natural Resources, and Poverty Alleviation. To apply for a grant, please submit requests via the online application portal found on the JAMF website.

For the 2024 Grant Cycle, JAMF is offering two (2) grant programs: a Small Grant program (request of $25,000 or less) and a Large Grant program (request of more than $25,000).  The Large Grant program has a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) stage after which qualified applicants will be invited to fill out the Grant Application form.  The Small Grant program omits the LOI stage and is evaluated separately from the Large Grant process.  Organizations can apply to one or both grant programs but are limited to a total of 2 applications for the 2024 Grant Cycle.

The past three years have seen JAMF distribute over $4.2 million to 69 organizations with 114 projects benefiting the Southern Oregon Coast.  Beneficiary communities include Bandon, Brookings-Harbor, Charleston, Coos Bay, Coquille, Gardiner, Gold Beach, Lakeside, Langlois, Myrtle Point, North Bend, and Reedsport.  A three-year list of past organizations and projects awarded is attached.

Founded in 2020 through the generosity of Judith Ann Mogan and the Al Peirce Co., LLC, the Judith Ann Mogan Foundation is a private foundation based in Coos Bay, Oregon.  Its mission is to develop successful citizens and vital communities on the Southern Oregon Coast.

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