Multnomah County Cultural Coalition


 2017 MCCC Grants are available now!

MCCC has moved to a new online grant system – Submittable. All new applications will be submitted via Submittable.

To apply for a 2017 MCCC Grant, please go to racc.submittable.org

To submit the final report for a 2016 MCCC Grant, please go to the former online grant system at countygrants.racc.org


The Multnomah County Cultural Coalition mission is to foster a community that is opportunity-rich in cultural offerings, increasing the likelihood of cultural par­ticipation among the broadest possible spectrum of county residents. RACC serves at the fiscal agency for the MCCC and contracts to provide administrative grantmaking support.

Come learn about funding opportunities for 2017 available to any Multnomah County organization or group producing community based cultural events and programs that are open to the public.

Tuesday, 9/20, 1:00 –3:00 pm @ Hollywood Senior Center, 1820 NE 40th St.
Saturday, 9/24, 2:00 – 4:00 pm @ Elevator Café & Commons, 1033 SE Main St.
Saturday, 10/1, 11:00 – 1:00 pm @ Hollywood Senior Center, 1820 NE 40th St.
Monday, 10/3, 12:00 – 1:30 pm @ Metro East Community Media, 829 NE 8th St, Gresham

Download the Multnomah County Cultural Plan for 2013-2017

More information can be found at http://multcoculturalcoalition.org.

Community Cultural Participation Grants

The MCCC Community Cultural Participation (CCP) Grant Program supports commu­nity-based cultural events, programs and organizations. Community Cultural Participation Grants can be used for a specific cultural event, program, or activity as long as it is open to the public. Any not-for-profit organization will be eligible to apply for a CCP grant up to $2,000. However, IRS 501c3 status is not required.

Applications must clearly demonstrate how the funds will help the proposed cultural event, program, or activity to become more accessible and/or affordable to Multnomah County residents or encourage new cultural activities and organizations.