Community Resources

Brookings Area

  • Access Unlimited, Inc. – A non-profit organization to provide community based services for rehabilitating persons with disabilities, and to promote the individuals opportunities for integrations, independence, and productivity based upon the individual’s choices. Contact: 541-412-0819
  • Azalea PTSA
  • BHCS BN Oregon Non-Profit Corporation – A non-profit corporation to operate a Christian based elementary school.
  • Brookings Christian Fellowship
  • Brookings-Harbor Christian Church
  • Brookings-Harbor Community Helpers – A non-profit organization to provide assistance to needy in area. Contact: 541-469-5808
  • Brookings-Harbor Lions Club – Committed to community service and serving youth. 541-469-4428
  • Chetco Christian Fellowship
  • Coastal Rivers Treatment Center
  • Community Connections
  • Corinne Rentfrow Therrien Foundation, Harbor – A non-profit organization to administer charitable funds for assistance to victims of domestic violence. Contact: 541-469-6543
  • First Church of Christ Scientist
  • Friends for Animals – A non-profit organization for the prevention of cruelty to animals, relief of suffering among animals, extension of humane education. Contact: 541-412-0325
  • Friends of the North Coast Fish, Inc. – A non-profit organization to preserve and enhance fish populations in the coastal streams of N.California and S. Oregon. Contact: 541-412-7474
  • Grace Bible Church of Brookings, Oregon
  • Jesus Name Oneness Church, Inc.
  • John G. Atkins Foundation, Inc. – A non-profit organization administration of funds for the benefit of community and local government. Contact: 541-469-7741
  • Mid-North Animal Shelter Foundation
  • Outreach Gospel Mission
  • P.C.C. Connection – A non-profit organization to provide practical assistance, education and loving encouragement to women with pregnancy related concerns. Contact: 541-469-1846
  • Rays Charitable Foundation – A non-profit organization to distribute goods, services, and funds to benefit the communities in which C&K Market, Inc., does business. Contact: 541-469-3113
  • Safe Harbor Christian Fellowship
  • Scout Hall Improvement Fund
  • South Coast Independent Living

County-Wide

  • American Red Cross, Southern Oregon Chapter – Contact 541-779-3773 in Medford
  • California and Oregon Fish Enhancement – A non-profit organization to preserve and enhance fish populations in the coastal streams of Southern Oregon and Northern California. Contact: 541-412-7474
  • Camp Fire USA Wilani Council – A non-profit organization providing educational and recreational activities for girls. Contact: 541342-6338 in Eugene
  • Curry County Habitat For Humanity, Inc. – A non-profit organization committed to the elimination of substandard housing worldwide. Contact: 541-469-7437
  • Curry County HIV/AIDS Taskforce – A non-profit organization providing education and informationto the public, especially to persons at high risk; makes referrals; advocacy for individuals. Contact: 541-247-7849
  • Curry County Homeless Coalition
  • Curry Fair Friends – A non-profit organization helping to raise funds to make the Curry County Fairgrounds as self-sufficient as possible and to benefit the residents of Curry County. Contact: 541-247-4541
  • Curry Health District
  • Curry Health Foundation – A non-profit organization to provide support to Curry County Hospital and other health providers to improve medical care and patient education. Contact: 541-247-3189
  • Education Foundation – To help find funding for all local schools
  • Friends of Curry County Animal Shelter – To fund the needs of Curry County Animal Shelter that are not in the current budget. Contact: 541-469-1900
  • Friends of Curry County Home Health and Hospice – A non-profit organization to promote and prottect philanthropic resources in support of Curry County Home Health and Hospice Services. Contact: 541-412-8016
  • Oregon Natural Resource Council Fund
  • Oregon Regional Behavior Services
  • Oregon South Coast Fishermen – A non-profit organization to rehabilitate local streams and promote fisheries. Contact: 541-469-9810
  • Oregon Trout
  • Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon – A non-profit organization for education of the public for family planning, promotion of necessary services, and to support research in the field of human reproduction. Contact: 541-344-2632 in Eugene
  • Rotary First Harvest of Oregon – A non-profit organization to obtain food products and provide them without cost to community food banks, feeding program operators, and other similar organizations. Contact: 541-941-9580 in Medford.
  • Siskiyou Field Institute – A non-profit organization to educate the public about the Klamath-Siskiyou bioregion’s natural features and people. Contact: 541-597-8530 in Selma.
  • Southern Oregon Regional Brokerage – A non-profit organization to serve adults with developmental disabilities by assisting them in determining and locating the services that they need and by holding and disbursing public monies allocating for those services. Contact: 541-672-9140 in Roseburg. Contact: 541-267-5202 in Coos Bay.
  • United Way of Southwestern Oregon, Inc. – A non-profit corporation to organize and conduct a fund raising campaign for charitable organizations.