Two Rivers receives Siletz tribe grant

Two Rivers Correctional Institution was among the 38 nonprofit organizations that received Feb. 3 grant awards from the Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund.

Two Rivers Correctional Institution was among the nonprofit organizations that received grant funding from the Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund.

The Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, whose 11-county service area encompassed the Willamette Valley and the central Oregon coast, also provides funding to American Indian entities and activities across the United States. They gave $1,500 to the Umatilla prison for beading and cultural craft supplies.

In total, the Feb. 3 disbursements from the tribe was $153,325.12 to 38 organizations. The deadline for the next application is March 7. For requirements and additional information, contact 541-444-8227, stccf@live.com or visit www.ctsi.nsn.us.

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