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About The Fund

  • Grants from the Fund shall be expended with an emphasis on Education; Health; Public Safety; Gambling Addiction, prevention, education and treatment; Arts & Culture; the Environment; and Historic Preservation.
  • Grants from the Fund shall be expended for the benefit of the public within Coos, Curry, Douglas, Jackson, and Lane Counties.
  • Grants may be made to charitable organizations in the above counties and to the Tribe.
  • Grants may also be made to Governmental Agencies in Coos County  where funds are available for public programs involving schools, police and fire departments and similar agencies. Public agencies not based in Coos County may benefit from grants indirectly if they apply through a nonprofit organization Public agencies located outside of Coos County may also apply for grants specifically intended for programs or projects they administer that are located in Coos County
  • Proposals not clearly within the Fund’s priority areas, but not clearly ineligible, will be screened by the board members. If at least one board member seeks board discussion of the proposal, it can be considered for funding.

 

 

 

Areas of Focus- in more depth

 

Education- Examples might be; school programs, supplies, technology, after school programs, kindergarten readiness programs, pre-schools, reading programs, school libraries, music education, art education. Please note that public schools or government agencies not based in Coos County may benefit from grants indirectly if they apply through a nonprofit organization; otherwise the public school or government agencies must be located in Coos County.

 

Public Safety- Examples of this could be Volunteer Fire/Police Departments, Volunteer Rescue Squads, Volunteer EMS, and/or Governmental Departments Surrounding the Tribe's Reservation (In Coos County).

 

Arts & Culture- Music appreciation, theater arts, cultural events, etc.

 

Environment- This includes, but is not limited to, projects including air, water, minerals, and organisms.

 

Historic Preservation-A project or endeavor that seeks to preserve, conserve and protect buildings, objects, and other artifacts of historical significance.

 

Health- Physical health, Mental health, food and energy assistance, and overall well-being.

 

Problem Gaming- Gambling Addiction Prevention, Education, and Treatment.

 

 

Projects that are not eligible

 

While the Fund makes grants in diverse fields, the following are not eligible for grant review:

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Fund-raising benefits or program advertising

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Funding of endowments

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Individual needs

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Medical or scientific research

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Operating budgets for programs

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Recreation and sporting program sponsorships

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Religious programs

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Residential care and medical clinics

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Scholarships or Fellowships

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PLEASE NOTE:  Requests for donations of $1000 or less may be directed to the Coquille Indian Tribe, Attention Jackie Chambers at 3050 Tremont Ave. North Bend, OR 97459 or by calling 541-756-0904. Please include what the request is for, a mailing address, a contact name and phone number and email address in your request.

 

Requests for in kind donations should be directed to The Mill Casino at donations@themillcasino.com. Applications also are available at The Mill Casino • Hotel General Store.  These donation requests are not eligible for Community Fund grants. For questions about this donation request please call The Mill Casino directly at 541-756-8800.

In 2001, the Coquille Tribal Council established the Coquille Tribal Community Fund in order to share profits from its business ventures, particularly The Mill Casino • Hotel, with the surrounding community. The Fund gives the Tribe a means to target its charitable efforts toward projects that will make a clear difference for daily life in the Bay Area and the southwest Oregon region.

 

YearGrantsTotal Award
2001-20028$80,000
2002-200314$129,962
2003-200435$210,281
2004-200537$399,000
2005-200655$514,205
2006-200756$634,148
2007-200837$685,725
2008-200942$590,013
2009-201046$294,000
2010-201145$265,750
2011-201247$345,800
2012-2013 34 $207,000
2013-2014 39 $342,000
2014-2015 65 $408,000
2015-2016 96 $399,981
Totals 656 $5,505,865.00

A seven-member Board of Trustees governs the Coquille Tribal Community Fund. To meet the CTCF Trustees, click here.

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