Meyer’s 2016 Spring Community Information Sessions

Questions. We know you have them now. Staff will answer questions on Meyer’s four portfolios and new funding opportunities at community information sessions during March and April. Those include virtual open houses and in-person events in Astoria, Bend, Burns, Coos Bay, Cornelius, Corvallis, Enterprise, Eugene, Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, La Grande, Lincoln City, Medford, Oregon City, Portland, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, The Dalles, Tillamook, Warm Springs and Woodburn. In addition, we’ve included conferences and Meet the Funder panels where Meyer staff will be on hand with representatives of other funders.

*Sessions can also be found in chronological order on our events page.

Metro Area

The funding information sessions for the Metro Area have ended, please stay tuned for updates.

Coastal Area

The funding information sessions for Oregon’s Coastal regions have ended, please stay tuned for updates.

Emerald Valley

The funding information sessions for the Emerald Valley have ended, please stay tuned for updates.

Eastern Oregon

The funding information sessions for Eastern Oregon have ended, please stay tuned for updates.

Central Oregon

The funding information sessions for Central Oregon have ended, please stay tuned for updates.

Southern Oregon

May 18-20 Meet the Funders Panel (Canyonville)

All Day
This is part of a series of in-person information sessions Meyer plans to host after announcing new funding opportunities on March 9. Each two-hour event will include multiple staff members from each portfolio to answer questions and share insights about Meyer’s redesigned grantmaking. Location: Seven Feathers Casino Resort146 Chief Miwaleta Ln, Canyonville, OR 97417For additional information, and to RSVP, please click here 

Virtual Sessions

The virtual funding information sessions have ended, please stay tuned for updates.

Meanwhile, if you’re thinking of attending a virtual open house, by phone or video conference, be sure to send us your questions on Twitter using #MeyerInfoSessions.


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