IVCanDO and the Four Way Community Foundation offer ten $2,000 grants by random drawing

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News Release

FOR RELEASE: September 12, 2022

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Kate Dwyer 541 787-5283 or Lindsey B. Jones 541-592-4440

Josephine County Nonprofits May Enter Drawing for Ten $2,000 ARPA Grants
Deadline September 23, Live Drawing September 26th

Josephine County, Oregon: The Illinois Valley Community Development Organization (IVCanDO) and the Four Way Community foundation will be conducting a drawing on Facebook Live to allocate ten $2,000 grants to eligible nonprofit organizations in Josephine County. Groups having recently received funds under this program will not be eligible for the drawing.

Nonprofits wishing to enter the drawing should submit the following information by 5 PM on Friday, September 23 to [email protected]: their group’s name, mission, tax ID number, phone number, contact person information, and nondiscrimination policy, as well as about 100 words on how they, or the people they serve, were adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and how they would use the funds. The drawing will take place via Facebook Live on Monday September 26 at 9:30 AM on Illinois Valley Community Development Organization’s Facebook page.

These funds are the remainder of the ARPA distribution allocated to nonprofits in Josephine County by State Representative Lily Morgan. “An expert panel assisted us in distributing the first $80,000 to nonprofits, said Four Way Executive Director Kate Dwyer. “A random drawing seems the fairest way to allocate the rest.”

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The Four Way Community Foundation cultivates philanthropy and nonprofit success in greater Josephine County. To request a presentation to your group or to schedule a personal meeting, please contact Four Way Executive Director Kate Dwyer at 541-474-9774. To learn more, make a gift, or apply for a grant, visit fourwaycommunityfoundation.org

The Illinois Valley Community Development Organization is a 501(c)(3) non-profit committed to collaborative programs and inclusive partnerships that improve and change lives across communities of rural southwest Oregon. With a community based strategic plan focused on People, Place, and Prosperity, we champion sustainable development for vibrant economic, social, and cultural conditions. Learn more at ivcdo.org

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