Links for the topic "Grants and Non-Profits"
Oregon Community Foundation
(*) The OCF develops and manages grant funds for Oregonians and state initiatives. Find out how to become a grant donor, apply for grants, and get other information through this site.
(*) Find and apply for government grants. With a free account, applicants can track the status of their applications and find helpful resources.
United We Serve
(*) This offshoot of the Corporation for National and Community Service provides a simpler listing of national volunteer and service opportunities. Find links to programs such as Peace Corps, Veterans Affairs, and Citizen Corps, among many others.
This site connects Oregonians to opportunities for AmeriCorps, volunteering, and civic engagement. Resources for volunteer coordinators and service statistics are available, as well.
Use Oregon Helps to estimate eligibility for 33 government assistance programs. While not an application or guarantee of receiving assistance, this site has program information and is available in Spanish, Russian, and Vietnamese.
Oregon Government Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer or intern through the Oregon state government and start by finding opportunities and applications on this site.
Oregon Arts Commission
The Oregon Arts Commission is dedicated to fostering the arts in Oregon and ensuring there are opportunities in the arts for Oregonians by offering grants for art programs and projects.
Government Grants & Loans
Find information here about government grants and loans through this nongovernmental site. It's easy to find specialized grant and loan funding options in the simple menus.
U.S. National Park Service Volunteer
Search for volunteer opportunities with the US National Park Service by park name, state, or zip code. Find the volunteer application here, along with other ways to support national parks.
Similar to the HandsOn Network, VolunteerMatch is a clearinghouse of volunteer opportunities, plus tools and resources for companies, corporations, and nonprofit organizations.
Individuals, nonprofits, government agencies, companies, and volunteer coordinators will find many excellent resources from the HandsOn Network. Find volunteer opportunities, plus volunteer program development tools here.
Public Service and Volunteerism
The US government has developed this extensive directory of public service opportunities. Look for chances to donate, volunteer, and otherwise serve across America all in one place on this site.
Corporation for National and Community Service
This federal agency connects Americans to service opportunities through such programs as Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, and Learn and Serve America. Find links to these programs, as well as information, stats, and other service initiatives.