Creating Lasting Change: Insights from the Latine/x/a/o Community
Gathering during a pandemic, as a diaspora, as visionaries of an abundant future — in every and all ways — is revolutionary. There is power in coming...
A New Year, A New Direction
This summer, Meyer hosted listening sessions with more than 100 participants from the Latine/x/a/o, Native, Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities, as well as representatives from the gender justice movement. Each group’s conversations took different forms, following the lead of the community and working to best fit their needs. As we prepare to debut our new framework for grantmaking in 2023, we're grateful to be in conversation and are thinking deeply about how to best honor and incorporate community voice into our work.
Our Place in Oregon History
Meyer Memorial Trust is rooted in Portland's Historic Albina community and will never forget its connection to the state’s entire, complicated history. At the same time, we will continue to do our best to connect resources to solutions that make all communities stronger and healthier.
This video offers a glimpse into our headquarters campus and Oregon's rich and diverse history.