In partnership with Oregon Community Foundation, we’re searching for a partner who can help us better understand the racial wealth gap in Oregon and identify strategic approaches and opportunities for philanthropy to build wealth among communities of color, especially Black, Native American and Latinx Oregonians.
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.
This partnership between The Collins Foundation, MRG Foundation, The Oregon Community Foundation, Pride Foundation and Meyer creates a coordinated and collaborative funding approach to address issues of immigration and refugees in the state, and to support local organizations responding to these issues. To apply, please read the full Funders Collaborative Scope Process and then click the button below for the downloadable common application, accessible from each funder’s website.
Our partners work on the ground across the state to create safe and healthy communities. The interactive map below displays the grants we have awarded since moving to a strategic model in 2015. To see awards from before 2015, click here.
Eliminating predictable gaps in public education by ensuring increased opportunity for priority students
Nurturing a resilient natural environment, diverse cultures + thriving communities