Below you will find answers to some frequently asked questions regarding the Jackson Foundation Grant Application.
Am I eligible to apply if my project resides outside the Portland metro area?
Yes. The Foundation accepts requests for projects located outside the Portland metropolitan area provided that the project is of statewide appeal, rather than of local concern.
What happens if I turn in my application late?
Applications must be submitted no later than the deadline date to receive consideration by the Foundation's Co-Trustees. If your application is received after the deadline, it will be considered at the next meeting of the trustees.
How often can I apply to the Jackson Foundation?
The Jackson Foundation will consider a grant request from an established non-profit once a year.
How do I apply for the Jackson Foundation Grant?
Application forms are to be completed and submitted electronically according to the instruction on the application page of this site.
Application deadlines are the last day of the calendar quarter.
The following statistics are based on a 12 month grant cycle beginning January 2001.
Average Amount Grant Rewarded: $ 3,370
Largest Grant Awarded: 50,000
Smallest Grant Awarded: 1,000