Help for the Helpers
The Coquille Indian Tribe established its Community Fund in order to share the proceeds of The Mill Casino • Hotel with organizations that benefit the residents of southwestern Oregon. The fund seeks to strengthen the community by improving opportunities and lives throughout the region.
Representatives from 49 community organizations based in Coos, Curry, Douglas, Lane and Jackson Counties gathered at the Mill Casino-Hotel for the 2018-2019 Community Fund awards luncheon.
“The Coquille Tribal Community Fund is dedicated to providing assistance to organizations that make lasting contributions to the communities we serve. We believe through this spirit of giving we allow our communities to grow and prosper.”
Want to Apply or Login?
The annual grant cycle starts with a letter of inquiry. Letters for every grant cycle must be submitted between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31. Learn more
Click here to start your online profile and apply for a grant.
Click here to log in to an existing organizational profile.
*If you are unsure if your organization has an existing profile, please contact the fund at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-756-0904 x 1201.
Forty-nine organizations received more than $260,000 from the Coquille Tribal Community Fund in March 2019. See the full list
Some Great Examples
We think all our grantees are pretty special. Here’s a sampling that illustrates how Community Fund dollars work to improve our community.
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About Tribal Giving
The Community Fund targets projects that will make a clear difference for daily life in the Coos Bay area and throughout southwestern Oregon. It’s one of several ways the Coquille Tribe contributes to the community.
Our Board of Trustees
♦ Linda Mecum, Coquille Tribal Council Secretary
♦ Melissa Cribbins, Coos County Commissioner (Governor Appointed)
♦ Gary Leif, Oregon State representative
♦ Chelsea Burns, CEDCO Board of Directors representative
♦ Joe Benetti, Mayor of Coos Bay
♦ Jon Ivy, Tribal member representative
♦ Scott LaFevre, Tribal member representative
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