Oregon Community Foundation Hands Out Grants to Jackson County and Josephine County Agencies
Foundation: Oregon Community Foundation

credit: Salemart

The Oregon Community Foundation has recently awarded grants to Jackson County agencies and Josephine County agencies with $210,633, and $53,000 respectively.

Rogue Workforce Partnership received the largest grant totaling $60,000 for the first of three years of potential support in creating a program focused on connecting youth with business-related opportunities, for them to be ready for the workforce and reduce high school dropout rates.

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