Oregon Cultural Trust - OBDD > Web site
The Cultural Trust is a statewide initiative that raises significant new public and private funds to invest in Oregon’s arts, humanities and heritage. In addition to the creation of a long-term, protected endowment, Trust funds are distributed annually through competitive grants to cultural organizations, grants to cultural coalitions in Oregon counties and within federally recognized tribes, and grants to statewide cultural agencies. Oregonians who contribute to the Cultural Trust are eligible for an innovative tax credit.
The Trust works in partnership with the Oregon Arts Commission, Oregon Heritage Commission, Oregon Historical Society, Oregon Humanities and State Historic Preservation Office. The Cultural Trust is governed by a 13-member board, with 11 citizen voting members appointed by the governor and approved by the Senate. There are two non-voting members, one appointed by the speaker of the House and the other by the president of the Senate.
Mailing Address: 775 Summer St. NE, Suite 200, Salem 97301-1280
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Agency History (pdf) - a detailed history of the agency
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