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The Tillamook County Cultural Coalition (TCCC) will be hosting a Free Grant Application

Informational Workshop on Wednesday, Sept. 19, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Copeland Room

at the Tillamook Public Library. This workshop will provide information to TCCC grant applicants, to assist them in preparing grant applications. Interested participants planning to attend should RVSP by Sept. 17 to TillamookCCC@gmail.com

Fiscal year 2019

Tillamook County

Cultural Coalition

grants available

The TCCC, on behalf of the Oregon Cultural Trust, is soliciting requests from Tillamook County

citizens and organizations interested in obtaining grant funding to develop projects that celebrate the arts, humanities, and heritage of our county.

To be considered for an FY19 TCCC Grant, projects must address one or more of the following:

cultural education, community art, heritage, the environment and/or traditions.

To be eligible, grant applicants must be an individual(s), a non-profit organization, or a governmental organization. Individuals must be residents of Tillamook County and organizations must maintain registered headquarters in Tillamook County. Priority will be given to activities that will benefit a significant number of Tillamook County residents.

Grants funded in the past have ranged from $500 to $2,000. Recipients of the 2018 awards

include: Neskowin Valley School, Tillamook County Library Foundation, North County Recreation District (Nehalem), Community Arts Project (Nestucca), Nestucca Valley Elementary School, Garibaldi Cultural Heritage Initiative (Historic Boathouse) and Nestucca Valley Jr/Sr School.

2019 Grant applications are due 5 p.m. October 25

A total of $9,262.00 in grant dollars are available to be distributed in 2019. Detailed information about TCCC and the grant application are available at: http://www.tcpm.org/tillamook-co-culturalcoalition.html. Questions may be directed by email to TCCC at TillamookCCC@gmail.com.

Applications will be reviewed and applicants will be notified of funding decisions in December and funds will be available in early 2019.


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