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The Cottage Grove Community Foundation    2024 Community Grant Award Recipients 

The Cottage Grove Community Foundation (CGCF) is pleased to announce the following non-profit organizations were selected as solicited and unsolicited grant recipients for a total of $48,437 with $30,000 in Mentoring Grants pending. The grant recipients are:

Carlton Woodard Advised Fund

  • South Valley Athletics—Currin Field Maintenance, $1,000
  • London Elementary School—$1,200

Kris and Paige Woodard Advised Fund

  • Community Sharing—$3,000
  • CG Humane Society—$3,000

Cottage Grove Women and Children’s Fund

  • First Presbyterian Church—$5,135
  • Green Earth, Forest Web—Climate Action, $1,252

Dian Missar Fund

  • Cottage Grove Historical Society—$239
  • Cottage Grove Museum—$239

Heather Cunningham Bridgens Fund

  • Lincoln Middle School—$4,000

Believe in Angels, Veatch and the Cottage Grove Community Foundation

  • Al Kennedy High School—Music Education, $1,000
  • CASA of Lane County—Deepening Our Roots, $1,000
  • Community Sharing —Backpack Program, $1,000
  • Cottage Grove Friends of the Library—Visiting Poets & Authors, $1,000
  • Cottage Grove High School—New Ceramics Program, $1,000
  • Cottage Grove Senior All Night Party—$1,000
  • Cottage Theatre—”Tennessee Wet Rub” Premier, $1,000
  • Earth & Social Justice—Community Sharing Garden, $1,000
  • Lane County Diaper Bank—Rural Diaper Sustainability, $1,000
  • Lincoln Middle School—Bridge Class Rock Climbing, $600
  • Lincoln Middle School—PE Plyo Boxes, $1,000
  • Lincoln Middle School—Classroom 13 Supplies, $500
  • Opal Center for the Arts—Spectrum Camp, $500
  • Ophelia’s Place—Lincoln MS. S. Youth Empowerment, $1,000
  • Oregon Life Academy—Start Up, $1,000
  • Row River Fire Response—Volunteers’ Fire Extinguishers, $1,000
  • Singing Creek Educational Center—Earth Ways Summer Camp, $1,000
  • South Valley Family Relief Center—Diapers for CG Families, $1,000
  • South Lane Mental Health—Youth Therapy Aid, $1,000
  • South Valley Farmers’ Market—Music at the Market, $1,000
  • Western Oregon Expo—On Site AED, $1,000

Community Health Care Needs Fund, Leslie Goddard Fund and Constance Keith Fund

  • To Cottage Grove Community Hospital Foundation—$9,772

The Cottage Grove Community Foundation 2023 Community Grant Award Recipients 

The Cottage Grove Community Foundation (CGCF) is pleased to announce the following non-profit organizations were selected as solicited and unsolicited grant recipients for a total of $64,092.95. The grant recipients are:
Donated by Carlton Woodard Advised Fund:
  • Family Relief Nursery – $1,319 for Diapers for Needy Families
  • American Legion -$1,000 for Post Defibrillator
Donated by Believe in Angles, Veatch and Cottage Grove Community Foundation Funds:
  • Community Sharing: $1,000 for Protein Project
  •  Ophelia’s Place – $1,000 for Lincoln Middle School Partnership
  •  Lincoln Middle School – $691.95 for Modern Classroom Project
  • Dorena Elementary – $1,000 for Classroom Library
  • Cottage Grove Museum – $1,000 for Digitizing Cottage Grove’s Historic Newspapers
  • South Valley Farmers Market – $1,000 for Music at the Market
  • CASA of Lane County – $1,000 for Revitalization

Donor Advised Grants

  • Marist High School Athletics Department – $6,000 from Kris & Paige Woodard Advised Fund
  • First Presbyterian Church – $5,520 from Cottage Grove Women & Children’s Fund
  •  Another Way Enterprise, EarthJustice – $1,000 from Green Earth fund
  • Cottage Grove Historical Society – $225 from Dian Missar Fund
  • Cottage Grove Museum – $225 from Dian Missar Fund
  • Cottage Grove Community Hospital Foundation – $9,302 from Community Health Care Needs Fund, Leslie Goddard Fund & Constance Keith Fund
  • Friends of the Children – $33,000 from Margaret Mae Anibal Mentoring Fund

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