Family, Community & Civic Organizations
Common Connections cultivates a stronger rural community by facilitating skill-building, education, mentorship and volunteer opportunities that achieve community- cooperative solutions. IRS 501(c)3
The Four Way Community Foundation stewards local legacy gifts and donations and makes grants to support local nonprofits in helping meet our shared aspirations for a better future.
Sharing the Magic of the Past and the Excitement of the Future - the Oregon Caves Chateau one of the Great Lodges - Cave Tours - birthplace of the iconic View Master and a family fun adventure.
It's the Members that make the Grange! The Fruitdale Grange is always seeking individuals, families, and businesses that believe in working together to build a strong community.
Seeking to put God’s love into action. Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
We are a non-profit organization designed to love and support youth in crisis/ transition. Our programs contain a Transitional Living Program, a youth shelter, and Safe Families for Children.
Toys for Tots 2020 for Toys for Tots has its distribution dates on Sunday, December 20th from 10am to 6pm and Monday, December 21st from 10am to 4pm. This will be at the Josephine County Fairgrounds
We are conscientious people who have come together as LGBTQA to support equality, inclusion, education and development of a cohesive community.
Legacy Family & Leadership is serving our community by helping families, leaders, and marriages thrive. Classes, Workshops, Cohorts, Leadership coaching, Peer support, Staff training, Key Notes.
Maslow Project is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit advocacy organization providing goal-oriented, wrap-around support services to homeless children, teens & families in Jackson and Josephine County.
NAMI Southern Oregon offers education and support opportunities. You can find out more about NAMI on our NAMI website, www.nami.org. Local updates are on our website: namisouthernorego.org.
We currently offer programs in 4-H, Family and Community Health, Forestry and Natural Resources, Horticulture (Master Gardeners), Viticulture, Livestock and Forage, and Small Farms.
A seasonal children's consignment event. Twice a year, for one week, families from all over the community consign their children's items for one huge event.
Creating the Rogue River Recreational Corridor and Greenway, a 30 mile emerald necklace of parks and public access areas along the Rogue River linked by a ribbon of greenway trail.
71Five exists to share the hope found in God’s story with young people through authentic, trusting relationships in any relevant way.