Deadline for applications: October 5, 2018, 11:59 p.m.
Any not-for-profit organization is eligible to apply for a CCP grant of up to $2,000 to be used for a specific event, program or activity, as long as it is open to the public. This includes registered neighborhood associations, groups of citizens with a declared common purpose consistent with the goals of this grant program, and organizations with IRS 501©(3) status. However, IRS 501©(3) status is not required. Applications must clearly demonstrate how the funds will help the proposed cultural event, program, or activity to become more accessible and/or affordable to Multnomah County residents or encourage new cultural activities and organizations.
Recipients of CCP grants in two consecutive years are not eligible to apply for funds the following year. For example, an organization that was awarded grants to take place in 2017 and 2018 is not eligible to apply for 2019 funds and must wait until the 2020 grant cycle to reapply.
Prospective applicants are encouraged to attend any of the following events to learn about the grant and application process.
Monday, 9/10 Hollywood Senior Center, 6 – 8:00 PM , 1820 NE 40th Ave., Portland
Saturday, 9/22 TaborSpace, 10AM—12:30 PM, 5441 SE Belmont St., Portland
Tuesday 09/25, Park Place Cafe, 6—8:00 PM, 1288 SE 182nd Avenue, Portland
For more information, please visit: http://multcoculturalcoalition.org
About the Multnomah County Cultural Coalition
The Multnomah County Cultural Coalition is a group of leaders from area organizations that have a mission to foster a community that is opportunity-rich in cultural offerings, increasing the likelihood of participation among the broadest possible spectrum of county residents. MCCC is supported by the Oregon Cultural Trust. The MCCC’s policies and procedures help govern the distribution of funds received from the Oregon Cultural Trust. For more information, please visit our website: www.multcoculturalcoalition.org
About The Oregon Cultural Trust
The Oregon Cultural Trust is an innovative, statewide private-public program raising significant new funds to support and protect Oregon’s arts, humanities and heritage. In addition building a permanent endowment, the Trust distributes funds through three multi-faceted, wide-ranging grant programs. Donors to the Cultural Trust may claim an Oregon tax credit for their entire Trust gift as long as they’ve made equal or greater donations to any number of Oregon’s more than 1,200 cultural nonprofits. No other state in the nation has a program like the Oregon Cultural Trust, which has been ranked with the bottle bill and vote-by-mail as among Oregon’s most forward-thinking public policy measures.
More information: (503) 986-0088 or www.culturaltrust.org.