The Clackamas County Cultural Coalition is one of 45 county and tribal-based local networks in Oregon whose primary function is to re-grant an annual appropriation from The Oregon Cultural Trust. The trust was established in 2002 to support arts, heritage, and humanities across Oregon, and is currently the only funding mechanism of this kind in the United States. Interesting in joining the coalition?
The Cultural Plan & Cultural Grants
A Cultural Plan for each coalition is required by the Oregon Cultural Trust. Our plan informs the grant making process and decisions, and is updated every 4-5 years for relevancy.
Grants are awarded to projects and opportunities which respond to the Cultural Plan Goals and Funding Priorities. Funding priorities support projects that specifically build cultural infrastructure, sustain and grow local assets, and remove barriers to cultural participation. Learn more ›
2023 Project Grant Application Now Open
See more about the guidelines and apply today. Now in their 19th cycle of giving, we are excited to announce the application for 2023 Project Grants is now available. Grants from $751 - $2,500 are available for projects related to the arts, heritage, or humanities, which respond to the Cultural Plan's vision and help forward the Coalition’s goals.
REMINDER Deadline Update: 2021-22 Project Grants Applications are now online. Deadline extended to Oct 15th.
See more about the guidelines and apply today. Up to $2500 available for each qualified grant request. A record-setting round of awards will help fund projects of over 140 cultural organizations across Oregon.
Coalition Announces New Members
We are excited to announce the addition of several new members to the Coalition this past year.