Funding in Oregon: The Autzen Foundation
Deadlines: Apr. 15, Aug. 15 and Nov. 15.
The Autzen Foundation gives grants primarily for youth services, education, the arts and nature. The grants are provided in Oregon, with some emphasis on Portland. The foundation does not provide grants to individuals, or for scholarships or fellowships; nor does it make loans. An application form is not required.
Insider's Tip: The grant maker does not keep office hours. Please, get in touch first, using e-mail with initial letter of inquiry. It doesn't have a Web site, but don't hesitate to contact the grant maker via e-mail.
Info: Robin Stewart, phone: 503/226-6051; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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