Awards Database

Awards Database

This database includes over 8,000 awards Meyer Memorial Trust has made since 1982. Use the filters below or search to refine your view.

GRANTEE YEAR Sort ascending AMOUNT PROGRAM DURATION SUPPORT TYPE Organization County AWARD DESCRIPTION
Northwest Housing Alternatives 2018 $250,000 Housing Opportunities 24 months Clackamas To construct 28 new affordable housing units for low-income families in central Milwaukie as part of a multi-service, innovative campus
Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services 2018 $75,000 Housing Opportunities 12 months Benton For third-year funding to implement property-specific portfolio preservation plans, as part of the AHI Sustaining Portfolios Strategy, in Linn and Benton counties
Network for Oregon Affordable Housing 2018 $3,000 Housing Opportunities 4 months Multnomah For assistance in planning the 2018 Cost Efficiency Summit
Long Tom Watershed Council 2018 $45,000 Healthy Environment 48 months Lane For habitat restoration in the Bear Creek sub-watershed of the Long Tom River basin and for floodplain restoration at Snag Boat Bend on the Willamette River's mainstem
Philanthropy Northwest 2018 $23,905 Meyer-Designated Program 12 months For annual membership and operating support for this organization that promotes, facilitates and drives collaborative action by community investors to build resilient, equitable and inclusive communities across the Northwest
Environmental Grantmakers Association 2018 $10,392 Healthy Environment 12 months For annual membership support of this national organization that promotes effective environmental philanthropy
North by Northeast Community Health Center 2018 $26,640 Building Community 12 months Multnomah For racial equity training and community engagement in preparation for the development of an organizational strategic plan
Luckiamute Watershed Council 2018 $40,000 Healthy Environment 36 months Polk For habitat restoration and project stewardship of 37.5 acres of stream-side land along tributaries of the Luckiamute River
Rural Organizing Project 2018 $26,000 Meyer-Designated Program 6 months Columbia For statewide organizing to defend and protect rural immigrants and refugees, including trainings, local inclusivity campaigns, rapid response infrastructure building, intervention with law enforcement and building support for statewide advocacy; this grant is made as part of the Oregon Immigrant and Refugee Funders Collaborative, addressing critical and time-sensitive issues facing immigrants and
Funders Together to End Homelessness 2018 $15,000 Housing Opportunities 13 months For annual membership support for this national organization working to support strategic, innovative and effective solutions to homelessness
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