Trash cans overflow with school supplies at the end of the school year when students empty their lockers to leave for summer vacation. School supplies are wasted, while other students go without.
Half of the...
Josephine County Foundation Does It Again!
The Josephine County Foundation announced that they would be continuing their Student Enrichment Program, or “Teacher Grants.” The idea is to give teachers the opportunity to apply...
Three JCF students- Averie Richter, Sayge Periera, and Garret Marcoulier (all students at Hidden Valley High School) - created Project H.A.L.T (Helping All Local Teens). Project H.A.L.T is the Josephine County Foundation's anti-bullying campaign....
This year Pink Week was implemented at three schools, Illinois Valley High School, Hidden Valley High School, and New Hope Christian School.
The purpose of Pink Week is to raise awareness throughout Josephine County high...
This year was the 4th annual Dan Fiske Day of Service. All students from Illinois Valley High School spent the whole school day participating in community service on and off campus.
The Day of...
Approximately eight people drown in the Rogue River annually. Josephine County Foundation students noticed this issue and decided to take action.
“Project FLOAT was developed to save lives on our local rivers. By partnering with...
High school students raised over $2,000 for upcoming community service projects.
Students worked together for a complete 24 hours to raise money for bettering the community.
“The 24-hour fundraiser was an amazing event, to...
Nine JCF students traveled to New York City July 19-29, 2017. The students were traveling to do some sight-seeing, learn about New York’s history and to attend Mercy College’s Leadership Academy.
The Leadership Academy is...
JCF 2017 Golf Tournament
Benefitting Student Education in Josephine County
Grants Pass Golf Club
230 Espey rd, Grants Pass, OR
Saturday May 20th, 2017
1 p.m. Shotgun Start
Day of Service, October 7th 2016
This years 3rd, Annual Day of Service was very successful! Skyla Patton, who created this project, chose me Kaya Doolaege, as her successor to carry...