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The Crook County Foundation brings together people, resources, and inspiration to enrich
Crook County through leadership, education, arts, and community service. 
Our vision is for a vibrant and engaged Crook County where people learn, work, play, and prosper. 

CCF administers scholarship funds that support the educational goals and aspirations of graduating seniors and non-traditional students attending universities, community colleges, and vocational schools. It also manages programs in leadership, community vitality, and the arts and culture. CCF provides fiscal sponsorship to mission-compatible community projects, including administrative services and financial and legal oversight.


Founded in 1998 by the City of Prineville, Crook County, Crook County School District, Crook County Parks and Recreation District, and Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce, CCF is governed by a board of directors, comprised of representatives from each of the founding partners and community members at-large. Please contact us if you would like to know more about board service and responsibilities. CCF is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.

Our board members bring their 

personal networks, talents, and resources to the table

in support of the CCF's mission.

2024 Board of Directors

Steve Waring, President

Ray Austin, Vice President

Patti Norris, Treasurer

Jeff Orr, Secretary

Carol Benkosky

Tom Jay

Anna Logan

Nancy Nennig

Jon Soliz

Marv Sumner

Mike Wilson

Executive Director

Rebekah Lambert

To learn more about the Crook County Foundation, please see the following documents:

CCF June 2024 Update - scholarship emphasis

CCF 2023 25 Years of Service

CCF 2022 Form 990

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