As part of their class project, participants of the Crook County Ford Institute Leadership Program's second cohort will be enhancing and beautifying local communities with the placement of functional, artistic bicycle racks.
This Friday and Saturday we're delivering the Ford Institute Leadership Program in Dallas/Falls City and Talent/Phoenix.
Registration is now open for the Learn By Doing workshop series which takes place in Sweet Home beginning in April.
Travel Oregon, in partnership with Sustainable Travel International (STI), will give more than $36,000 to projects throughout the state through its innovative travel philanthropy program.
Today and tomorrow we'll be delivering the Ford Institute Leadership Program in Newberg, Butte Valley, and Jefferson County.
Less than one week remains to submit a nomination to recognize a person or program making a positive difference in Oregon through volunteerism.
With heartfelt thanks to our partners, donors, and friends who continue to support our work and help rural communities thrive!
The Learn By Doing Grant Writing Workshop Series got off to a robust start last week at the new training facility at The Ford Family Foundation office in Roseburg, Oregon.
Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (RARE) call for Oregon Community Applications now open.
The professional development workshop, Working in Indian Country: Building Successful Business Relationships with American Indian Tribes, will be held in Keizer, OR, on March 20.