Donors

Donors

The goal is within reach, but time is running out. Will you give before Friday, June 30?

The following philanthropists understand the urgency of protecting homes, farms, infrastructure, and wildlands. They recognize that by leveraging this public-private partnership, they are ensuring and enhancing Oregon’s way of life. Will you join them? Please support the Oregon Conservation Corps and help unlock $1 million by June 30, 2023. Thank you!


$10,000 and Up

The following supporters deserve special appreciation:

PGE also made the Oregon Conservation Corps available for their employee giving fund—and PGE’s Employees have stepped up. Their donations have been matched by PGE, contributing an additional $2,083.18 to their foundation’s original contribution. Wow!

This partnership between the Oregon Community Foundation, Meyer Memorial Trust, the Ford Family Foundation and the American Red Cross is primarily funded through individual donations, plus corporate and foundation support. The mission of The Fund is perfectly aligned with the purpose of the Oregon Conservation Corps. Both are using community-led programs to build resilience for Oregon residents and communities most impacted by wilfdire.

“Investing in wildfire prevention and skilled workforce training for youth across our service territory are vital efforts,” says Jessica Augustus, Pacific Power’s Community Partnerships Program Manager. “We are committed to this partnership opportunity.”

Built upon the spirit and generosity of John and Betty Gray, The Gray Family Foundation seeks to engage people in Oregon as active stewards of our communities and natural environments.

Rooted in a mission to Enrich Lives, the OCCU Foundation is uniquely positioned to harness resources and help strengthen the overall health and well-being of Oregon communities.

The Roundhouse Foundation is a private family foundation based in Sisters, Oregon that supports creative solutions to the unique challenges associated with rural culture and the landscapes of the Pacific Northwest.

  • The Oregon Youth Conservation Corporation has donated $30,050

This private non-profit organization was formed to support Oregon’s youth in community-based land conservation projects around the state.

 


$5000-$9999

Oregon is deeply grateful to these supporters:

“We are pleased to have the opportunity to support the Oregon Conservation Corps,” says Amberly Pahut, Executive Director of the First Interstate BancSystem Foundation. “We look forward to hearing about your accomplishments throughout the year.”

FUSEE has generously fundraised, advocated for, and promoted the Oregon Conservation Corps. They share the Oregon Conservation Corps model with other states and in international convenings to highlight its impact and ability. At every opportunity, their staff have looked for ways to include Oregon Conservation Corps and we are so grateful for their support and partnership.

The Oregon Community Foundation put out a call to their constituents and has received $4000 in donations so far. Amazing!


$2500-$4999

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$1000-$2499


$500-$999

  • Kathryn Hood

$100-$499

  • Glen Lasken and Helen Maffei
  • Karen and Tony Mebane
  • William Britton
  • Anonymous
  • The Blackbaud Giving Fund
  • Lisa James

$25-$99

Many thanks to ALL the grassroots donors who power the Oregon Conservation Corps!