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Donors ensure that the Crook County Foundation continues to serve thousands of Crook County residents annually through an array of programs that truly do inspire dreams and broaden horizons. Your tax-deductible contribution can help in many ways.

Thank you.

General Donations. A general gift to the Crook County Foundation keeps us in operation, actively able to serve our mission and our community. Your financial support of CCF as a whole sustains our ability to fund and strengthen all of our programs while also giving us the flexibility to direct funds where they are most needed. 

Donations in support of a specific program. If you have a particular passion for one of our programs, please note that on your contribution. We'll make sure your gift is dedicated to supporting that specific endeavor.

Scholarships. In 2023 the Crook County Foundation awarded nearly $102,000 to local high school seniors, college students from Crook County, and non-traditional students going back to school. You set the criteria, and then we handle the marketing of the scholarship, accept and process the applications, make the determinations, and distribute the money. Our scholarships are funded both through annual giving and through endowed funds.

Legacy Giving. When you make a gift through your estate, either now or at the end of your life, you provide invaluable support to the Crook County Foundation. In addition, you or your heirs may receive various financial advantages, including significant tax benefits. Please contact us if you would like to learn more.

To contribute to the Crook County Foundation

Please mail your donation to: Crook County Foundation, P. O. Box 1061, Prineville, OR  97754


Or simply click on the ‘donate’ button below.  Your donation will be processed through our secure PayPal site. Please use the note field if you would like to add any specific information about your donation. 

The Crook County Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Tax ID 93-1250270. Your gift is tax deductible to the extent of the law.  Please consult with your tax advisor for further information.


The Oregon Cultural Trust was created by the state legislature in 2002 to fund culture in the state into perpetuity. Currently, more than 1,400 nonprofits, including the Crook County Foundation, are eligible to receive funds from the Cultural Trust. Those funds are provided by Oregonians like you who receive a cultural tax credit for their donation to the Cultural Trust. Learn more or donate at

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