Helping Our Community
The Jordan Cove Project is committed to supporting our communities. To date, the Jordan Cove-Pacific Connector grant program has awarded more than $350,000 in grants to local organizations and projects providing critical services in Southern Oregon.
Charleston Community Enhancement Corporation
Charleston Boat Basin Banner Project
Egyptian Theatre Preservation Association
Rigging Upgrade to help preserve original theatre backdrops
Coos County Foster Parent Association
Dillian’s Place/All Access Park for Kids
Start Making a Reader Today/ Oregon’s Children’s Foundation
SMART – South Coast/program support
Lighthouse Charter School
Outdoor Classroom/phase 2/Trail development and garden area on hillside to create environmental education
Drug Disposal Coalition
Drug Disposal Coalition/Secure Drug Disposal
Resource Link Public Charter School
Family & Consumer Sciences/Culinary Arts Program/teach students to cook for themselves
Dora-Sitkum Rural Fire Protection District
Cell Signal Hotspot in Dora
Coastal Douglas Arts & Business Alliance
Winchester Bay Lighthouse Museum/paint supplies/volunteers will do the painting
Reedsport Public Library
Lending Libraries in Douglas County Circulation/Reedsport, Myrtle Creek,Riddle and Yoncalla libraries
Winston Dillard Fire District
Reedsport Volunteer Fire Department
Extrication Enhancement Project/smaller jaws-of-life equipment
Camas Valley Charter Schools District #21
Playground Equipment/All access park for kids
Sutherlin Oakland Emergency Food Pantry
Shelving for Freezer
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff’s Office Drone
Habitat for Humanity/Rogue Valley
House #65/Financial support
Start Making a Reader Today, Oregon Children’s Foundation
SMART Program Rogue Valley/Program Support
Mercy Flights Ambulance Inc.
Explorer Post Education Trip/financial support for 4 day trip for students to shadow at OHSU/medical training
Medford Senior Center
Senior Advocacy Program/program support
Klamath-Lake CARES, Sky Lakes Medical Center Foundation
Klamath-Lake CARES/Child Advocacy program
Friends of Children of Klamath Basin
Professional Mentoring K-5th Grade Klamath Youth/counseling to create skills to break poverty, abuse and violence in families
Klamath Falls City Schools
Technology for Students in Special Education/chrome computers for learning disabled
Klamath Outdoor Science School (KOSS)
Kitchen/Dining Hall Completion/construction for restrooms and kitchen/dining hall pavilion
Malin Rural Fire Protection District
Fire Department Safety
Klamath Works Inc.
Klamath Works Supported Work Project-Box Van to pick up recycled materials
Twice a year, the Jordan Cove-PCGP Grant Program awards grants of up to $5,000 to organizations that provide needed community services in our five core funding areas:
Giving back to the communities where we live and work, including areas where we operate facilities and have established offices, is important to creating a thriving community environment. We fund projects that contribute to approved community initiatives and in turn, contribute to the well-being of our neighbors and communities.
Environmental protection and enhancement are critical to the long-term sustainability of our quality of life. Your project should contribute to environmental initiatives that foster and create positive impacts to our natural surroundings.
Arts and culture play a critical role in creating a vital community. Your project should contribute to qualified local programs that benefit and support various arts and culture initiatives throughout our communities.
Our communities include many families with children of various ages. Your project should support the safety and well-being of children, families and education.
Encouraging the good health and well-being of our community neighbors is important to us all. Your project should contribute to various health initiatives aimed at promoting good health and overall well-being.
- Applications are only accepted online
- Applications must be received by May 1 and November 1 of each year
- Grants will be awarded at the completion of the review process
- Priority will be given to community projects located in Coos, Douglas, Jackson and Klamath counties
- Projects must be started within 12 months of receiving funding
- Grant recipients will be selected based on community benefits
- Projects with a matching element will be given priority
- Projects must have a proven capability of completion/success
- Applicants may request up to $5,000 per funding cycle
- Grants cannot be awarded for labor, fraternal or political causes; additionally, grants cannot be awarded to churches or religious organizations that require service recipients to participate in religious activities and/or receive religious instruction or paraphernalia to receive service
Please contact us for any questions or additional information.