Learn more about a few MRG Foundation grantees and the work they're doing here in Oregon. For a full list of MRG grantees since 2007, visit our main grantees page.
ROP works to end regressive policies that damage Oregon's public good: “The right-wing is taking away infrastructure— from citizenship, to the post office, to public schools," say organizers.
Thousands of Oregon homeowners are finding out they can fight back against big banks.
This Portland group is challenging the city's inadequate response to homeless individuals and families.
PCASC talks about how international solidarity work has changed in the last decade
RVOA is bringing an innovative green jobs program to Southern Oregon, and is one of many groups backing the Oregon State Bank proposal
Guess who's at the Hermiston County Fair talking about homophobia?
When you read a headline about a successful legal case involving Oregon’s land, air or water, chances are that Crag Law Center is somewhere in the story.
Oregon’s own Rural Organizing Project is building a powerful and unique network of small-town activists with a big drive for change.
One of our newest grantees is fighting off a massive Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project
What do you do when local farmland isn't primarily feeding local families? Organize.