The Black United Fund of Oregon assists in the social and economic development of Oregon's low-income communities and contributes to a broader understanding of ethnically and culturally diverse groups. Through our grant making program, our goal is to improve social and economic conditions and increase opportunities in traditionally under-served communities. Grant proposals that focus on serving African American and other communities of color will be given priority consideration in the funding process.
Once a year, we fund grant proposals up to $5,000 (average grant size is between $1,500 - $3,500) to organizations that are aligned with our mission. Grants can be used for project costs, program costs or operating support.
(Accepting applications from July 15 - September 14)
More information can be found at - Black United Fund: Programs and Services