Project Support

The Coquille Indian Tribe through its foundation generously provides direct support to many other nonprofit organizations in our area. Its annual grant programs assist an astonishing array of groups providing essential human services, as well as arts and cultural entities.

Anne W. Donnelly, Executive Director, Coos Historical and Maritime Museum

Coos Bay, OR


The Medford Project will be collaborative in nature with a long-term socio-economic benefit to the region.

Arnie Roblan, State Senator for District 5

Salem, OR


This is a project that will provide for the growing needs of the Coquille Tribe and will produce jobs for local workers, opportunities for local businesses and additional benefits for the entire community.

Brad McCasland,

Medford, OR


This is a project that will provide for the growing needs of the Coquille Tribe and will produce jobs for local workers, opportunities for local businesses and additional benefits for the entire community.

Bruce Hoevet, General Manager, Rogue Regency Inn & Suites

Medford, OR


Coquille Tribal leaders and members are always willing to work collaboratively to confront our region’s problems. The Tribe has been generous in their philanthropy and their willingness to share their advantages with our local governments.

Caddy McKeown, State Representative, Oregon House District 9

Coos Bay, OR


The Coquille Tribe’s casino project aspires to be the type of development that any city would love to have, but would be of especially good use in Medford.

Councilor Kevin Stine, City of Medford

Medford, OR


Through the Cedars at Bear Creek, our Tribe will enhance our contributions to this community and help improve the economic climate of the place that we call home.

Jordan Summers,

Prospect, OR


The Coquille Tribe enjoys strong public support for its proposal in the Medford area.

Larry Campbell, Speaker, Oregon House of Representatives 1991-95

Eugene, OR


As a county commissioner, I have found the Tribe to be responsive and helpful regarding regional issues. We have been collaborative during times when collaboration is needed, and we have been eager to assist in finding local solutions. I consider them an asset to our community.

Melissa Cribbins, Coos County Commissioner

Coos Bay, OR


ACCESS wishes to express our appreciation to the Coquille Indian Tribe for their generosity in supporting the work of non-profit organizations in southwestern Oregon including our agency.

Pamela Norr, Executive Officer, Access Building Community

Medford, OR


I believe that the Coquille Indian Tribe is an outstanding community partner; and I expect that their values, responsiveness, and generosity will make them valuable members of any other jurisdiction where they choose to create jobs and provide services.

Rodger Craddock, Coos Bay City Manager

Coos Bay, OR


The Cedars at Bear Creek will generate revenue in Jackson County thereby significantly increasing the CIT’s ability to aid local nonprofits helping to address a broad range of community needs. This project is a win-win for all concerned.

Susan Tissot, Executive Director-Coos History Museum

Coos Bay, OR