CHILOQUIN VISIONS IN PROGRESS
Chiloquin Visions in Progress (CVIP) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit community benefit organization formed in 1995. CVIP serves the greater Chiloquin area through projects that result in a healthy social, economic, natural, and cultural environment.
Support ideas and activities that foster community prosperity, health and well-being in the greater Chiloquin area.
Our early projects included:
- Enabling the start-up of the Two Rivers Village Arts, a local association of artists, and their gallery.
- Assisting the Friends of the Chiloquin Library with funding for the Chiloquin Branch Library before the Library Service District was created.
- Coordinating the grant funding for an engineering study for the Modoc Point Sanitation District's sewer system.
- Overseeing the design and painting of the historical mural in downtown Chiloquin.
- Providing Little League with equipment.
Our largest project so far was the Chiloquin Community Center. Planning and fundraising for the Center began in 1998, construction began in 2003, and the grand opening was held in June 2004.
Chiloquin Visions In Progress received its tax-exempt status in 1995 as an outgrowth of several community revitalization efforts. It has continued these efforts in mission and activities. We have sponsored and supported an ever-growing list of projects and programs, each dedicated to the growth and development of the Chiloquin community. Whether economic development, health and well-being, social or cultural growth, CVIP balances and coordinates all these toward the common goal of bringing our community together with honor and respect for our heritage.
CVIP's Board of Directors is made up completely of volunteers who give of their time and talent to further our vision of a safe, prosperous and vibrant community. These are your friends and neighbors working together. We are always looking for new blood! Contact us if you would like to learn more about becoming a member of our organization.
CVIP currently manages or supports a number of programs and projects to further our mission in the community. They include:
Chiloquin Learns After School: Chiloquin Learns After School (CLAS) is an after school program of Chiloquin Visions in Progress that serves students in grades K-6. The CLAS program contributes to CVIP’s mission goals by being a program that encourages learning and ensures the availability of educational opportunities in the Chiloquin area for all residents.
The Friends of Chiloquin Library (FOCL): The Friends of the Chiloquin Library (FOCL) assists the Chiloquin Branch Library with programs, displays and events which are not otherwise provided by the County Library and which broaden and enhance our library services.
Two Rivers Village Arts (TRVA): Two Rivers Village Arts currently has 62 members representing varied arts and crafts, and 17 volunteers who staff the gallery. TRVA is entirely volunteer-run by an enthusiastic team who provides vital support in operating the gallery, planning special events and classes, and serving our community artists.