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Grant Application - Past Recipients

The Salem Association of REALTORS® Community Fund (SARCF) dba: Mid-Valley Association of REALTORS® Community Foundation was founded in 2004 representing REALTORS® and Community Affiliates

in the Mid-Willamette Valley to have a positive impact and contribution of helping others in the community.

How to apply for a grant

The Community Foundation represents the REALTOR® and Affiliate members who raise funds to give back to our community on their behalf, making a difference in the lives of many others in our community. The Board of Directors reviews all applications submitted for grants quarterly in March, June, September, and December of each year. (Applications must be submitted by the first of the given month for review).

The Grant Guidelines and Application may be found here.

Grant application - past recipients 
  • Mid Valley Habitat for Humanity

  • North Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity 

  • DevNW

  • Liberty House

  • Camp to Belong

  • Salem Area Habitat for Humanity

  • Home Youth and Resource Center

  • Salem-Keizer Community Development Corporation

  • Family Building Blocks

  • Campfire USA

  • Adaptive Riding Institute

  • Royal Family Kids' Camps

  • Striking Out Meth in Marion County

  • Kindness Closet of Salem

  • Connection 365

  • Oregon Coast Youth Symphony Festival

  • Center for Hope & Safety

  • Salem Free Clinics

  • Santiam Teen Center

Past grant recipients 
Salem area Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Willamette Valley has been serving the community since 1991, working in concert with volunteers, donors, and partner families to build decent, affordable homes. To date, our affiliate has built more than 85 homes, housing more than 400 individuals- including over 300 children.

Home Youth and Resource Center

At HOME, disenfranchised youth find a safe place, caring adults, and opportunities to connect with their community in a positive way.

Salem/Keizer Community Development C

All people in a democracy have the right and responsibility to take part in the decisions that affect them and their communities. Freedom of speech is vital to a healthy democracy and is guaranteed in the First Amendment. CCTV provides the community with the opportunity for political, cultural, artistic, spiritual, and individual expression on television.

Family Building Blocks

Family Building Blocks has provided Relief Nursery services since 1997, Healthy Families services since 2003, and Early Head Start since 2010.

Campfire USA

Young people want to shape the world. Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are. In Camp Fire, it begins now. Light the fire within.

Royal Family Kids Camp

Royal Family Kids Camp's mission is to Create life-changing moments for children of abuse. They uphold values to "Treat People Royally, Keep Moving Forward and Make Moments Matter" Every foster child, ages 6-12, experiences a life-changing Camp and Mentoring Club.

Congregations Helping People

Congregations Helping People is an expanding group of Salem churches that have come together to combine resources and work cooperatively to help people in need.

Striking Out Meth in Marion County

The event has become one of the top draws for the season for the Volcanoes. There will be other local nonprofit agencies and sponsoring businesses host displays to provide information about their services, interact with youth, and encourage positive family friendly activities.

Adaptive Riding Institue

If you love someone who has a disability, or you have one yourself, you know the vast amount of trips to the doctor or physical therapists; much waiting, many tests. One therapy that has been declared almost miraculous by participants is therapeutic riding or equine assisted therapy (EAT). This therapy allows people with disabilities to have a gentle riding experience using specialized equipment to meet their specific need.

Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Service

Our agency (formerly Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Service) offers a safe refuge and support to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking. Our programs and services inform survivors of their options and support them in their choices. A cornerstone of our philosophy is respect for the rights of all survivors, including the freedom to decide whether to report to the police the crimes committed against them. We work with survivors of any race, color, cre

Willamette Academy

This academic program is designed to address a number of factors that may discourage certain students from attending college or otherwise impede their academic progress. We are committed to helping our students achieve at a level that will enable them to attend the four-year college or university of their choice.

CASA of Marion County

Through our volunteers, CASA of Marion County advocates for abused and neglected children who need safe and permanent homes. To achieve the mission we recruit volunteers from our community, train them so they have the skills and knowledge necessary to advocate for an abused child, and professionally support them so they are able to do this difficult work successfully. There is no other agency or program providing volunteer advocacy to abused and neglected children who are living in foster care.​

MVAR Children’s Christmas Party

SARCF also is responsible for the  Mid-Valley Association of REALTORS® Annual Children’s Christmas Party, where lunch and gifts are provided to approximately 150 homeless children in the Salem-Keizer area.