Through these extraordinary times
Miller's mission remains steadfast.
We are committed to supporting a thriving arts ecology and to strengthening teacher effectiveness and students’ academic success.
WINTER 2022 UPDATE
For the second year, we are partnering with the Oregon Community Foundation and Oregon Arts Commission to support Oregon artists through the Artist Resilience Program. Last year the program distributed $1.25M to 646 artists throughout our state.
As we adapt to an ever-changing environment and the ongoing challenges of the pandemic and wildfire recovery, we will continue to prioritize simplicity, speed and flexibility in our 2022 grantmaking to nonprofit organizations working in the arts and K-12 education statewide.
2021-2022 GRANT CYCLES
For arts and arts education applicants with annual expenses under $500,000
Apply anytime beginning October 1, 2021
Requests reviewed and announced monthly
Letters of Inquiry (LOI)
For arts and arts education applicants with annual expenses over $500,000
For all education applicants
LOI due: October 22, 2021
Submit LOI between October 1-22, 2021
Invited full applications due: December 10, 2021
Awards announced: January 31, 2022
LOI due: February 18, 2022
Submit LOI between January 31 – February 18, 2022
Invited full applications due: April 8, 2022
Awards announced: May 30, 2022
LOI due: June 17, 2022
Submit LOI between May 30 – June 17, 2022
Invited full applications due: August 5, 2022
Awards announced: September 26, 2022
LOI due: October 21, 2022
Submit LOI between September 26 – October 21, 2022
Invited full applications due: December 9, 2022
Awards announced: Late January 2023