The Kinsman Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations in Oregon and southern Washington to support education, historic preservation and other conservation efforts.
Deadline: Aug. 1.
The Historic Preservation and Restoration grant category supports the preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, and reconstruction of historic buildings, structures, and related sites. The Native Wildlife Rehabilitation and Appreciation grant category primarily supports wildlife rehabilitation programs offering urgent care to injured and orphaned wildlife native to Oregon and Washington. Small Grant requests of up to $5,000 are accepted throughout the year. Conventional Grant requests of over $5,000 must be submitted by Aug. 1.
A small portion of the native wildlife budget is reserved for wildlife appreciation projects or programs that offer the public opportunities to observe and appreciate the natural world. These activities include education and the stewardship of native wildlife and its natural habitat.
The Betty Kinsman Fund for Arts, Culture, and Humanities provides grants for literary, theater and photographic arts. Eligible activities include a public presentation of artistic work. It has a separate application process.
Info: https://goo.gl/CeFc2p (NOFA).