Our new grants management system is live! We are now accepting LOIs in the area of Arts & Culture for 2023 grants. Our website has changed a bit since applicants will utilize our grants management system to submit LOIs instead of our website. If you have questions or run into issues please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here for you!
Our Spring grant cycle is well underway and we are no longer accepting new applications in Arts & Culture. Our 2022 Fall grant cycle is now open, we are accepting LOIs in the area of Education (internship opportunities). Our Health & Human Services grants will be made by invitation only, no LOIs are being accepted in this area of interest.
Later this year the foundation will be transitioning to the Foundant grants management system. This means that you will be submitting LOIs and grant proposals differently. We are a late adopter of Foundant so most of you are already familiar with the system. It's a learning curve for us so please bear with us. Our official "go live" date is tentatively scheduled for late July after our Education LOI deadline. Our website will be updated when the new system is ready for your use. In the meantime, it's business as usual.
Stay healthy and please feel free to reach out with questions.
Announcing a new board member! I am pleased to announce that Pamela Hays has been elected for a three-year term to our board of directors starting January 1, 2022. Pam works full-time at Intel Corporation and has been a volunteer program director for over five years in the areas of Arts & Culture and Health & Human Services. Pam lives in Portland Oregon and is passionate about healthy aging.
Earlier this week the board of directors completed its grantmaking for calendar year 2021. The foundation distributed funding in the total amount of $301,600. You can find a list of grants awarded at the following URL: https://www.goodmanfamilyfoundation.org/lists-of-grants-awarded.html
Our board of directors met on May 21, 2021 and awarded grants in the areas of Arts & Culture and Environment. The total amount of funding distributed in these two focus areas this calendar year is $120,000. Our Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 focuses are posted on the website. Feel free to reach out with questions.
It is my pleasure to announce that Pat Rau has rejoined the foundation as a volunteer Senior Advisor in the area of environment. The environment has always been a passion of hers and for over ten years she held the position of Program Officer in the Environment where she mainly focused on oceans and marine issues. Pat has returned after taking a few years off and she is working with Michele to create a docket of grant opportunities around forest resiliency. Join me in welcoming Pat Rau to this new position!
The Foundation welcomes new faces and changes to our organization starting January 2021.
First, Joe Goodman will be keeping his title as Chairman of the Board but he is stepping aside as President so that the next generation can assume a greater role.
Michele Goodman will be assuming the role of President & CEO and Eric Wan will be our new Treasurer & Secretary.
We are excited to announce that Susan Kenney, a 15-year volunteer program officer with the foundation, has accepted a board position with us. As part of this transition she will relinquish her program officer work to others.
And we are thrilled to announce that Andrea Vanessa Castillo has agreed to join us as a volunteer program officer in the area of Education. Andrea's experience as an intern at WorldOregon (an internship that our foundation funded!) and DEI knowledge will be extremely valuable in moving our work forward.
We extend a big congratulations to all!
Hi Everyone, Please note that our mailing address recently changed. All postal mail should be sent to:
JW & HM Goodman Family Foundation
1001 NW Lovejoy Street, UNIT 1510
Portland, OR. 97209
Attn: Michele Goodman
Our phone number remains the same.
When the COVID-19 "stay in place" orders were made, the Foundation responded by converting all 2019 grant awards to general operating support. If your organization requires an email authorizing the conversion, please contact email@example.com. In addition, the Foundation is showing flexibility with 2020 grant awards. Most 2020 grant awards will be made for general operating support although organizations are applying for project/program support. In addition, grants awarded in the Education focus have two years to spend out their grant award. We are also now implementing a 30-minute video or phone call in lieu of a written grant report, just ask Michele to schedule this.
Our grants for 2019 have all been awarded, you will find a full list of recipients on our website. Starting in 2020, we will be awarding grants in the area of Environment in our Spring grant cycle and our grants in Education will be awarded in our Fall grant cycle. This shift or swap of focuses between the grant cycles allows our internship grantees the ability to start advertising their paid internships earlier. We are also changing our focus slightly in the Health & Human Services category so stay tuned for an update on our website before the end of this year.
On November 2nd, the board of directors met and awarded a total of $90,000 to nonprofits in the areas of Environment and Health & Human Services. For the first time in our history, we made multi-year commitments (two-year commitments) to all of our applicants in the Environment focus area. Our website will be updated soon with a list of nonprofits who received grants in this particular cycle.
J.W. & H.M. Goodman Foundation/1001 NW Lovejoy Street, #1510/Portland, OR 97209
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