2022 Funding Year
Submission deadline October 15, 2021
- 2022 Category A & B Application for Current Grantees (docx)
- 2022 Category A & B Application for New Grantees (docx)
- 2022 Category C Application for Current & New Grantees (docx)
- 2022 Application Budget Spreadsheet (xlsx) – optional alternative to budget tables in docx applications.
Applications available on the OLF website.
October – (October 15, 2021, for 2022 grants)
Deadline for submitting grant applications.
Grants Committee makes recommendations to the OLF board.
The OLF Board awards grants and notifies grantees.
Applicants for OLF grants must fit in one of three funding categories.
Category A consists of the full-service legal aid providers that make up the Association of Oregon Legal Services Programs as funded on January 1, 2000. Presently the association consists of Legal Aid Services of Oregon, the Oregon Law Center, and the Center for NonProfit Legal Services. Between 55% and 80% of OLF funding is reserved for Category A.
Category B consists of other direct civil legal services providers. Between 15% and 35% of OLF funding is reserved for Category B.
Category C consists of organizations that promote diversity in the legal profession or support education about the law. Between 0% and 10% of OLF funding is reserved for Category C.
The OLF pays grants in equal installments in the third month of each quarter of the grant year: March, June, September, and December.
In the next year’s grant application, grantees provide a narrative report on the work done in the first eight months of the grant year.
If a grantee is not reapplying, a narrative report on the first 8 months of the grant year is due by September 30.
On May 1 following the grant year, Category A and Category B Grantees report grant year case closure numbers to the Oregon Law Foundation.
- 2021 Statistical Grant Report for Category A Grantees (xlsx)
- 2021 Statistical Grant Report for Category B Grantees (xlsx)
Emergency grants may be available to provide financial assistance to qualified programs whose needs are the result of an immediate unforeseen incident and who lack the resources to meet that situation.