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  • Teaching Values


    The Roundhouse Foundation supports creative projects and organizations through art, environmental conservation, social services, community leadership and education....

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    The Roundhouse Foundation provides general and project support to organizations that bring creative ideas and connections to the communities of Sisters, the Central Oregon region, rural Oregon...

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    We proudly support programs that prepare our youth for a life of leadership. Several of the programs we support are using innovative teaching techniques to pave the path...

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    The Roundhouse Foundation is interested in funding innovative community arts programs that possess one or more of these characteristics: Support community enrichment through the arts Offer cross...

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Latest Program News

Art Exhibit: “Inner and Outer Landscapes”

May 15-June 30, 2017 -Sisters Art Works

“Inner and Outer Landscapes” exhibit will feature the prints of artists, Gin Laughery and Julie Winter. Both artists are members of Atelier 6000, a center for printmaking and book arts, A6 cultivates art and appreciation, enhances learning through art, and expands creative expression.

The Roundhouse Foundation, in an effort to further its support for the arts and artists in Sisters and Central Oregon, is sponsoring this exhibit. READ MORE 


Learning the Value of Leadership

“Oregon Association of Student Council (OASC) Summer Camp 2015 was one of the most amazing experiences I have had in my life. I would not have been able to take part in this incredible event if the Roundhouse Foundation had not given me their support, thank you. Roundhouse gave me the opportunity to grow and better myself as an individual and team player.

OASC not only taught me how to be comfortable outside my comfort zone, it taught me to thrive outside it. Through this experience, I was able to break the boundaries that I had set up for myself throughout my life. I let people, whom were complete strangers the first day, into my life in ways I have not with people whom I have known for years. My fourteen-person council has turned into my family, best friends, and a group of individuals who will love and support each other for the rest of our lives.”Read More