Three Rivers Foundation Will Give Over A Million Dollars To Nonprofits In Oregon

Three Rivers Foundation: Once again, the Three Rivers Foundation is going to give grants totaling more than one million dollars to Oregon charitable organizations.

The Three Rivers Foundation is a charitable organization that was started in 2011 with funds donated by the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians. The funds came from the Three Rivers Casino Resort. The Foundation contributes both financial resources and in-kind support to Oregon organizations that work to improve the state’s educational, medical, and ecological conditions.

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Three Rivers Foundation Will Give Over A Million Dollars To Nonprofits In Oregon

According to a press release issued by the foundation, non-profit organizations have been hit particularly hard as a result of the long-term effects of the pandemic.

According to Doug Barrett, a member of the Tribal Council and the chair of the Three Rivers Foundation Board of Trustees, “It is important to us that we make an impact within our community and help organizations that work hard to get the additional funding they need so that they can be successful.”

Three Rivers Foundation Will Give Over A Million Dollars To Nonprofits In Oregon
Three Rivers Foundation Will Give Over A Million Dollars To Nonprofits In Oregon

Our board places a high value on the community and assisting organizations that provide assistance to a large number of individuals and families.
At the beginning of the year 2022, the Foundation assisted over one hundred different charitable organizations by providing financial assistance in the form of grants totaling more than $1.4 million.

A donation in the amount of $25,000 was made by the Foundation to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Emerald Valley.

Three Rivers Foundation understands the urgent need to help ignite the imagination and interest of kids, especially traditionally underrepresented groups like girls and young people of color to the possibility that STEAM learning can provide for enhancing their fundamental skills at school,” said Matt Sorensen, Chief Executive Officer of the Boys & Girls Club of Emerald Valley.

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