Awards
Awards

JCF’s vision is to transform Josephine County into a vibrant community in which every individual has the opportunity to be healthy, educated, and prosperous. It is a student-led non-profit that inspires, engages, and strengthens the community through innovative leadership and service. JCF’s students are proud of the recognition their organization has already achieved.

Alec Kalevicoglu January Student of the Month!

Alec Kalevicoglu January Student of the Month!

JCF will be choosing a new Student of the Month to feature in each of our Newsletter Blast’s! These students will be given time in the spotlight for their exemplary hard work and dedication...

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Chamber Award

Chamber Award

The Grants Pass and Josephine County Chamber of Commerce announced that their 2015 “Business Leaders of the Future” Award was presented to JCF’s Executive Director and Co-Founder Chris Pendleton. Colene Martin, the Chamber CEO...

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Mayor’s Award

Mayor’s Award

In the summer of 2015, Grants Pass (Oregon) Mayor Darin Fowler initiated the Annual Mayor’s Volunteer Awards.  This event was put on to recognize the contribution of the city’s commissions and committees as well...

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American Flag Presentation

American Flag Presentation

United States Senator Jeff Merkley from Oregon presented the Josephine County Foundation with an American flag at a ceremony held at Illinois Valley High School in Cave Junction.  JCF received this flag in honor...

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“JCF means a lot of things to me. I believe it to be an organization that serves the people, the community, and us. It is a fantastic organization that really benefits everybody. I love being a part of it and it has really shown me so much about serving the community.” ~ Ashley Pearson, JCF Student.

“What a bright star this organization has been, is, and will continue to be in Josephine County. They are simply an example of what can happen when young people realize needs around them and there is support for them as they try to address solutions. You have allowed these students to dream of and achieve a better community.” ~ Keith Heck, Josephine County Commissioner