MRG Foundation awards $225,000 to 17 social change organizations across Oregon

MRG Foundation is excited to award $225,000 to 17 groups across Oregon to continue to build and grow the social justice movement. Inspired by the events that took place in Malhuer County this January and understanding the limited resources available to individuals and groups organizing in rural communities, we made a consecrated effort during this […] More »

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MRG Awards $225,000 to 18 Social Change Groups Across Oregon

MRG Foundation is awarding $225,000 to eighteen social change groups across Oregon. The grants awarded this cycle support groups participating not only in their communities but also as a part of larger national and state-wide movements. Grantees are mobilizing around movements such as Black Lives Matter and Renter’s State of Emergency in order build solidarity […] More »

MRG Awards $225,000 to 19 Social Change Groups

We’re excited to announce grants to 19 of the most effective grassroots social change groups across the state. Learn more about their work here! More »

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$225,000 to Ignite Change across Oregon

MRG’s activist grantmakers award $225,000 to some of the most innovative and effective organizations in Oregon. Check out this incredible group of changemakers. More »

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Call for Woman Writer & Theatrical Performer – Deadline January 5th!

MRG Foundation is seeking one woman writer/performer of original theatrical work who lives in Oregon to perform at Justice within Reach 2015. More »

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MRG Awards Grants to 21 of Oregon’s Social Change Groups

MRG Foundation’s grantmakers just awarded $225,000 to twenty-one amazing groups across Oregon. Including five brand new groups! Check out the groups that are on the front lines of building a just and joyful Oregon. More »

MRG Awards $225,000 to Advance Social Justice

Twenty social change groups across the state were just awarded $225,000. Learn more about them here! More »