Coquille Tribal Community Fund to provide school supplies
What does CTCF stand for?
CTCF stands for Coquille Tribal Community Fund (est. 2001; North Bend, OR)
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We have 5 other meanings of CTCF in our Acronym Attic
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- Case Technology Central Europe (Buckinghamshire, UK)
- Computer Tots/Computer Explorers (est. 1982)
- Corporate Training and Continuing Education (various colleges)
- Cycling Temperature Capillary Electrophoresis (biochemistry)
- Contact Center
- Compilers and Tools for Constrained Embedded Systems (workshop)
- Culture, Tourism and Center for Education Statistics Division (Canada)
- Channel Technical Control Facility
- Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility (est. 1871)
- Collectible Trading Card Game
- Common Toxicity Criteria Grade
- Century Training Centre Homoeopathy (UK; now Century College of Homeopathy)
- Common Traffic Channel
- Cape Town Community Housing Company (est. 1999; National Housing Finance Corporation; South Africa)
- Central Toronto Community Health Centres (Canada)
- Canadian Tamil Congress Human Rights Committee (Ontario, Canada)
- Central Tablelands Commercial Industries (Australia)
- China Technical Consultants Inc. (Taiwan)
- Classic Thunderbird Club International (Signal Hill, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Coquille Tribal Community Fund awarded $10,000 to the Charleston Food Bank for food purchases, $3,496 to the Egyptian Theatre Preservation Association for marquee sign repairs, $9,000 to the Florence Food Share for food purchases and Share Garden support, $4,000 to Florence Habitat for Humanity for interior and finishing supplies, $6,000 to Huerto de la Familia in Eugene for community gardens, $4,000 to Junction City/Harrisburg/Monroe Habitat for Humanity for the Bilingual Build Project, $2,500 to Mobility Unlimited for the Mobility to Employment Program, $3,000 to SMART for book purchases, $3,000 to the Sutherlin Community Resource Center for after school programs, and $15,000 to the Women's Safety and Resource Center in North Bend for a senior advocate position.
The exhibition is sponsored in part by grants from the Coquille Tribal Community Fund and the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation and is free of all admissions charges.
The Coquille Tribal Community Fund gave a $2,500 grant to Triangle Food Box for delivery truck support and an additional $3,500 for food to supplement food boxes for seniors and children.
The Coquille Tribal Community Fund has awarded $6,000 to the Stop Violence Against Women Project at Lane County Legal Aid Service to support outreach to rural residents who are trying to escape domestic violence.