Milagro Receives $27,500 in Grant Funding

On March 14, 2017, Milagro received a $5,000 grant from the Ford Family Foundation to support Teatro Milagro's UNIDAD Arts Education residency program in Clatsop and Baker counties, in conjunction with the touring production of El Payaso. Started in 1957, the Ford Family Foundation makes grants to charities and governmental entities that predominantly benefit small communities in rural Oregon and Siskiyou County, California. For more information, visit

On April 26, 2017, Milagro received a grant award in the amount of $5,000 from the Rose E Tucker Charitable Trust to support Capital Improvements to El Centro Milagro. The Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust seeks to provide support to organizations working towards the betterment of the citizens and environment of Oregon.The foundation is interested in organizations working in the areas of education, community development, land and watershed protection, land use planning, forests and energy efficiency.

On May 2, 2017, The Kinsman Foundation awarded Milagro a grant of $17,500 in support of Season 34 for 2017-18. Milagro has a long history of serving its large and diverse community with unique, culturally-specific programming. The Kinsman Foundation is a private foundation established in 1983 and built on the philanthropy of John and Elizabeth T.Kinsman of Milwaukie, Oregon. The Foundation supports small independent organizations staffed in part by volunteers and that are built on an individual's commitment to a hope, vision or dream. For more information, visit

For over 30 years, Milagro has been dedicated to bringing the vibrancy of Latino theatre, culture and arts education to audiences in the Pacific Northwest and across the country. We provide a home for artists and audiences seeking authentic, Latino cultural experiences. We value creativity and diversity; we welcome the risk of experimentation while respecting tradition; we empower our artists to think creatively and act collaboratively; we are often irreverent but never irrelevant. We entertain our audiences; we give them pause to think, feel and imagine; and, through the cultural lens of latinidad, we reflect the full spectrum of humanity. As a proud community leader and thinker, we speak boldly and authoritatively; as imaginative artists, we embrace the colorful and vivacious, the provocative and playful.

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