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Grants and Granting Organizations

Regional Arts and Culture Council
Tons of resources for Portland Area artists.

Arts Education Grants
Portland Public Schools listing of organizations offering grants in the arts.

Oregon Arts Commission

PacifiCorp Foundation For Learning

Oregon Cultural Trust

FREE GEEK is a 501(c)(3) not for profit community organization that recycles used technology to provide computers, education, internet access and job skills training to those in need in exchange for community service. Both individual artists and non-profit arts groups should see how to receive grants for hardware and other computer support from this remarkable group.

Art A to Z
National and International grant information.

Technical Assistance for Community Services
A training and consulting resource for nonprofit organizations.

Grants Available

Visit the RACC website for a full listing of available grants

Microsoft Grants The following types of Community-Based Technology and Learning Center (CTLC) organizations are eligible to request funding from Microsoft Community Affairs: Nonprofit-in the United States, 501(c)(3) designation-or a nongovernmental organization that holds charitable status in their country ; School-based-a nonprofit or governmental organization that provides services to the community outside of school hours, such as evenings and weekends; Government funded and operated-a nonprofit organization that receives government funding or is a partner with a governmental organization to run its programs. If your nonprofit is located within Washington, Oregon, Idaho, or Alaska, and you are interested in receiving financial support from Microsoft, please review our program eligibility guidelines first at If your organization meets the eligibility criteria, contact the Community Affairs team at or 425.706.6776 for application information.
Unsolicited proposals are reviewed on an ongoing basis.

Meyer Memorial Trust General Purpose Grants support organizations and programs in arts and humanities, education, health, social welfare, and a variety of other fields in Oregon and Clark County, Washington. There are no limitations on the size or duration of the grants that may be requested. In reviewing requests, the Trust looks for proposals that have the promise of broad-scale or long-term impact on significant issues. The General Purpose Grants program supports a wide variety of projects in many fields of activity. It is necessary for an organization to submit a formal proposal in order for the Trust to determine if a project is within its grantmaking interests. For details visit
Proposals may be submitted at any time under this program.

Global Arts Village Fellowships
An international artist residential center based in India offering a wide range of fellowship programs for artists of all creative disciplines - visual, performing, literary etc. Residencies range from 2-3 months. 45-day residencies begin on February 17, April 3, May 19, July 3, August 18, October 2, November 17 and January 1 of each year. 90-day Residencies begin on February 17, May 19, August 18 and November 17 of each year. Contact: Global Arts Village, Mehrauli - Gurgaon Road, Utsav Mandir, Gitorni, New Delhi, 11030, India.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis, there is no deadline.

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