Working with local leaders, students identify community needs and perform several service projects each year to address those needs. The projects fall into four strategic areas: health, education, public safety, and leadership. The projects are aimed at improving high school graduation rates and at transforming Josephine County into a vibrant community in which every individual has the opportunity to be healthy, educated, and prosperous.
Read about our projects below.
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...
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