List of Participating Foundations

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The following foundation participated in the 2019 ONLC sessions.

The Collins Foundation

The Foundation exists to improve, enrich, and give greater expression to humanitarian endeavors in the state of Oregon and to assist in improving the quality of life in the state. As a general-purpose, responsive grant maker, the Foundation serves people in urban and rural communities across Oregon through its grants to nonprofit organizations working for the common good. The Foundation’s broad areas of interest include arts & humanities, children & youth, community welfare, education, environment, health & science, and religion. Click HERE for The Collins Foundation information page.

Coquille Tribal Community Fund

The Coquille Tribal Community Fund provides project grants to non-governmental organizations in Coos, Lane, Douglas, Jackson and Curry Counties in southwestern Oregon.  The primary focus of the Fund is toward programs or projects in the areas of education, health, public safety, problem gaming, the environment, arts and culture and historic preservation. The Fund also makes grants to governmental agencies in counties that overlap the Tribe’s Reservation.

Click HERE for The Coquille Tribal Community Fund information page.

Jackson County Cultural Coalition

The Jackson County Cultural Coalition is the local affiliate of the Oregon Cultural Trust, a statewide cultural plan that raises and invests significant new funds in Oregon’s arts, humanities and heritage. Funds are distributed to local communities to support their cultural priorities, through competitive grants for projects of regional and statewide significance, and through grants to Oregon’s statewide cultural agencies to support their ongoing efforts.

Click HERE for the Jackson County Cultural Coalition information page.

The James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation 

Established to enhance the quality of life of Oregonians through support of the arts and education.  Primary interests in the arts include enhancing programming and audience building, financial capacity and stability, and strengthening financial planning and business models.  The Foundation supports K-12 educational organizations that lift or strengthen student achievement.

Click HERE for The James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation information page.