Four Way Community Foundation Grant Cycle Open Now

by | Jan 28, 2022 | Nonprofit

Grants Pass— The Four Way Community Foundation is now accepting applications for the
2022 cycle of the Community Grant program. The deadline is April 1, 2022. This is the largest
grant program offered by Four Way, funding Josephine County and western Jackson County
nonprofit organizations for capital projects up to $10,000.
Community Grants are funded by investment income from multiple endowments left in
the care of Four Way by local residents to benefit the people of our area. Funds are available to
all eligible nonprofits serving residents in the Josephine and western Jackson County area. Four
Way will disburse approximately $250,000 in Community Grants in 2022. Full details are on the
website at Organizations should carefully read all
guidelines before applying. There is a firm nondiscrimination policy requirement. Not-for-profit
organizations new to grants are especially encouraged to apply. Inquiry calls to discuss proposals
are strongly welcomed.
“Replacing an HVAC system or retrofitting lights are not usually in a nonprofit’s budget,”
said Hyla Lipson, Executive Director of the Grants Pass Museum of Art. “The Four Way
Community Foundation is one of the few foundations that will fund capital items like replacing a
sink or partitioning an office. The application is easy and the process is friendly.”
The Four Way Community Foundation has served this area for 46 years, and has given
over $7.6 million in grants and scholarships locally, using proceeds from the invested $11
million in local donations and endowments entrusted to its care. The Four Way Community
Foundation expects to give over $450,000 in total support to local nonprofits in 2022.
Endowment gifts to benefit local groups or fields of interest may be made to the Four
Way Community Foundation so that those funds may provide for our community in perpetuity.
Contact Four Way at 474-9774 or at [email protected] to leave a local legacy, or to
make a donation of any size to our very own local community foundation.

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