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Proveemos libros GRATUITOS para los residentes de Oregón y el condado de Siskiyou en el estado de California. Solo un libro por persona y por título. Envíe correo electrónico a:

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Levi Williams

Associate Program Officer

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Assists with strategies to support strong families and healthy children; works with Foundation grant-seekers and partners; conducts site visits of grant-seekers and advises grantees. 

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As an associate program officer, Levi Williams is part of a close-knit team. He assists with the Foundation’s strategies to support strong families and healthy children. He works with Foundation grant-seekers and other organizational partners from rural Oregon and Siskiyou County, Calif. Levi also conducts site visits of grant-seekers and advises grantees.

Prior to joining the Foundation in 2018, Levi worked for Kellogg Springs Camp in Douglas County. He grew the camp, managed staff and supported a board of directors from across the Pacific Northwest. 

Williams has a bachelor's degree in education from Olivet Nazarene University in Illinois. He grew up in Loveland, Colorado. 

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Kristin Cooper

Administrative Assistant

Responsibilities:

Supports Children, Youth and Families staff; assists with daily operations, maintains materials and records, and provides assistance with events.

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Kristin provides administrative support for the staff of the Children, Youth and Families department. She assists with daily operations, maintains materials and records, and provides assistance with events. Before coming to the Foundation in 2018, she worked as a judicial services specialist for the Douglas County Circuit Court. Originally from Long Beach, Calif., Kristin has a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in marketing from California State University, Long Beach. She moved to Roseburg in 2015 from Portland where she worked as a paralegal. She enjoys gardening and loves to hike and fish with her husband and two dogs. 

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Foundation hires new associate program officer

March 2, 2018: The Ford Family Foundation announced today that it has hired Levi Williams, the executive director of Kellogg Springs Camp and Conference Center in Douglas County, to be an associate program officer for the Children, Youth and Families department, a new position at the Foundation. 

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Eric Forrest joins Board of Directors

January 31, 2018: A Lane County business executive who grew up in Roseburg has been named to the Board of Directors of The Ford Family Foundation, effective immediately. The board selected Eric Forrest, co-president of Bigfoot Beverages, to join the six sitting board members.

The board governs the charitable foundation created by Kenneth W. Ford and Hallie E. Ford, the late philanthropists and pioneers of Roseburg Forest Products Co. 

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Winning Grants Step by Step

Technical Assistance Grant Requirements

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Effective January 1, 2018, we are changing and simplifying the application requirements for our Technical Assistance Grants. 

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Ford Scholars Program

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Applications are now closed
(for the 2018-2019 academic year)

OVERVIEW

The Ford Scholars Program was created by Kenneth W. Ford (1908-1997), a founder of The Ford Family Foundation, to assist students who otherwise would find it impossible, or at least very difficult, to obtain a college degree. Mr. Ford established the Foundation to help many worthy causes, but the Ford Scholars Program was always one of his favorite projects. Each year, 125 Ford Scholars are selected.

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