DescriptionThe Foundation seeks to encourage the enjoyment of life through traditional Oregonian and American values. The Foundation?s grantmaking is focused on the following areas: historic preservation, wildlife rehabilitation, and the Betty Kinsman Fund. Historic preservation grants focus on architectural preservation, the preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, and reconstruction of historic buildings, structures, and related sites. Wildlife rehabilitation grants support native wildlife and are limited to those managed by state- and federally-licensed wildlife rehabilitators. The wildlife rehabilitation grants support programs that offer urgent care of injured and orphaned wildlife native to Oregon and Washington state. The Betty Kinsman Fund, which has a deadline of February 15, celebrates Betty?s affection for literary arts, theater, and photography. With the Betty Kinsman Fund, the trustees see their role as supporting smaller organizations and companies and in larger urban areas, alternate or secondary ones. Requests for grants of up to $5,000 are accepted throughout the year; conventional grants of over $5,000 must be submitted by August 1st. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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