Foundation / Corporation
Multnomah Bar Foundation (MBF)
Grants to Multnomah, Oregon nonprofit organizations for programs and projects that aim to advance civic education and engagement, as well as increase public awareness about and understanding of the justice system. A letter of inquiry is due January 31. Priority is given to new projects that utilize MBA volunteers in the geographic area served by the MBA.
Grants are intended to facilitate the initiation or expansion of projects rather than long-term funding of ongoing projects. However, grant recipients may apply for additional funding in subsequent years.
The MBF does not have a range or limit for grant amounts. Many aspects of your proposal are taken into consideration, including your organization's mission and goals, leadership, vision and strategy, financials, budget versus amount requested and how your dollars are invested within the community.
GrantWatch ID#: 178761
The Multnomah Bar Foundation awards grants to local 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations whose programs are aligned with the goals of the Civic Education Fund to advance civic education and engagement and increase public understanding of the justice system.
Note: Organizations may submit only one application per grants cycle.
Click on the link in the Supporting Documents section below to download the LOI Solicitation Letter.
2018 Grants Process and Timeline:
- January 31: Letters of Inquiry due
- February 23: Qualifying organizations will receive an invitation to submit a full proposal
- March 30: Grant applications due
- May 25: Grant awards announced and funded
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit a letter of inquiry to email@example.com.
For questions, contact Pamela Hubbs at the above email address or at 503.222.3275.
USA: Oregon: Multnomah