Community Partners
Community Partners
“The JCF project that impacted me most was giving homeless teens backpacks. In responding to what was most useful in the backpack, one teen said it was the bowl because now he had his own bowl and could give his other bowl to his brother. This has shown me the immense need for change in our community and being a part of JCF gives me the opportunity to be a part of that change for the better. ”~Sylvia Marr, JCF Student.

We at JCF are so thankful for the support of our Donors and Partners. Because of their generous support and partnership, life changing experiences for students  happen every year. Your investment in the students and the community is truly making a difference in Josephine County.

JCF is also proud of the support we have provided to strengthen other non-profits in our County.

Below you can find a list of our Donors and Partners and the projects they have supported as well as see the organizations that JCF has supported.

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We would like to hear from you. Please contact our Program Manager, Lany Sullivan, at lsullivan@jcfserves.org or at 541.244.8276.
“I learned that it is great to serve others. It is just altogether an amazing feeling. Helping people of the community is not only benefiting them it’s also benefiting us. I worked with the fire project, and being able to give them new supplies they needed was just an overall amazing feeling.” ~Ashley Pearson, JCF Student

donors

JCF Donors

The Josephine County Foundation (JCF) is extremely grateful for the generous donations of these organizations. This funding enables JCF to perform community service project while teaching our student the importance of…

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partners

JCF Partners

About a dozen teens camped on Friday night at the former Ray’s supermarket parking lot to bring in donations round the clock for fellow teens in need…

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grantees

JCF Grantees

The “Me Generation” concept associated with the previous generations isn’t likely to be a term linked to youths in Hidden Valley High School’s Future Business Leaders of America…

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