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The Roundhouse Foundation Announces 2022 Spring Open Call Grant Recipients

Yamhill Enrichment Society (YES) elementary faculty music applications

Central Oregon Council on Getting old’s work with seniors

Oregon State College’s Juntos Afuera program for LatinX youth

Supporting arts, tradition, the atmosphere, schooling and social companies all through the area’s rural communities

We’re honored for the chance to assist assist the essential work being finished all through rural Oregon…We will’t wait to see how these applications will positively influence these communities.”

— Erin Borla, Govt Director and Trustee of the Roundhouse Foundation

SISTERS, OR, USA, June 6, 2022 / — The Roundhouse Foundation, which helps progressive applications in Oregon’s rural communities, immediately introduced closing choices in its Spring Open Call for Proposals cycle. Supported applications and initiatives fall into the group’s 4 focus areas, that are elementary in constructing thriving rural areas: arts and tradition; environmental stewardship; social companies, and schooling. A complete of $1.4 million was awarded to 75 organizations working throughout Oregon to assist rural and Tribal communities.

“We’re honored for the chance to assist assist the essential work being finished all through rural Oregon,” stated Erin Borla, Govt Director and Trustee of The Roundhouse Foundation. “Whereas Roundhouse Foundation has 4 key focus areas, these applications showcase the magic that occurs on the intersections of these areas. We will’t wait to see how these applications will positively influence rural communities all through our state.”

Supported actions fall into 4 main focus areas. A couple of examples of the applications in every space embody:

Arts and Tradition

– Jap Oregon Regional Theater: to assist the theater’s institution of a paid inventive director place, who will decide inventive course and prepare and mentor volunteers in directing, performing, set and costume design. (NE Oregon)

– Oregon Arts Watch: to publish a collection of tales that can profile quite a lot of important cultural facilities serving rural areas, and look at how they uniquely serve and mirror their communities. (Statewide)

– Yamhill Enrichment Society (YES): so as to add an extra music program serving an elementary faculty in Newberg and increasing the attain of YES’s literacy programming to under-served households in Yamhill county. (North Willamette Valley)


– Chess for Success: to broaden chess membership programming to fifteen faculties in rural counties throughout the state, serving to function a conduit for constructing group, connection, and confidence. (Statewide)

– Creswell Clubhouse: to supply younger folks with a protected and wholesome place to apply studying abilities, obtain assist with homework, make the most of laptop sources and take part in educationally enriching actions after faculty. (Southern Willamette Valley)

– Dufur College District: to host Baker Technical Institute (BTI)’s Cell Coaching program for native highschool college students to get certifications in first-aid/CPR, forklift operator, Oregon Division of Transportation flagger, and heavy tools operator, together with an introductory course to industrial driver license (CDL). (Columbia Gorge)

Environmental Stewardship

– Oregon State College – Juntos Afuera: to supply an 8-week outside summer time camp for LatinX youth based mostly in Tillamook County to assist them find out about and have a good time Latino tradition, develop management abilities, and discover profession alternatives in pure sources. (North Coast)

– Siuslaw Watershed Council (SWC): to buy a truck and trailer to boost environmental stewardship and group engagement actions that can restore and defend the Siuslaw watershed. (Southern Willamette Valley)

– Vesper Meadow Schooling Program: to broaden capability for long-term Tribal partnership and First Meals restoration on the Vesper Meadow Protect together with on-the-ground restoration, analysis, group programming and expanded partnerships. (Southern Oregon)

Social Providers

– Central Oregon Council on Getting old: to assist a Bilingual Case Supervisor place that focuses on companies for the senior LatinX inhabitants together with a culturally-appropriate vitamin, respite care and residential security program. (Central Oregon)

– Households First of Grant County: to assist a Childcare Coordinator to extend capability for early childhood schooling and childcare alternatives in Grant County guided by the Grant County Early Childhood Growth Taskforce. (NE Oregon)

– South Wasco Alliance: to ship and broaden financial, meals system, and workforce growth applications, whereas additionally creating a way of group connection and place via native arts and cross-cultural schooling. (Columbia Gorge)

For a whole listing of applications and initiatives supported on this grant cycle, go to the muse’s web site right here. The Roundhouse Foundation’s subsequent grant cycle will open within the fall.

About Roundhouse Foundation

The Roundhouse Foundation is a non-public, household basis, based mostly in Sisters, Oregon since 2002. The Foundation believes that options to the distinctive challenges of Oregon’s rural communities may be discovered via inventive considering and problem-solving, innovation and collaboration. We companion with group organizations to develop, implement and maintain inventive, place-based approaches and applications that strengthen and have a good time rural Oregon.

Along with offering grant companies to rural communities and tribal areas all through Oregon, The Roundhouse Foundation operates Pine Meadow Ranch Middle for Arts and Agriculture in Sisters. For extra details about the Foundation or PMRCAA please go to


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