Awards Database

Since 1982, Meyer has awarded grants and program-related investments totaling more than $814 million to more than 3,380 organizations around the Pacific Northwest. Today, Meyer focuses on work in Oregon in four areas Oregonians have identified as crucial to making the state better for all its residents: housing, education, the environment and building stronger communities.

Awards Since Inception

38
Years
9,825
Awards
$814m
Awarded

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This awards database includes more than 9,000 grant awards Meyer Memorial Trust has made since 1982. Use the filters below or search to refine your view.

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Awardee
Year
Type
Amount
Portfolio
The Next Door
2021
$25,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
6 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties Served
  • Multnomah
Continuation of rolling out the Student Success Act
Grant
Population
  • People of color
Friends of the Children - Central Oregon
2021
$15,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
12 months
Counties Served
  • Crook
  • Deschutes
  • Jefferson
To create an organizational DEI strategy and implementation plan
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
Lewis and Clark College
2021
$55,125
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
12 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties Served
  • Clackamas
  • Multnomah
  • Washington
For the expansion of a curriculum course guided by and for educators of color in Northwestern Oregon through the Oregon Writing Project
Grant
Population
  • People of color
IRCO, Africa House
2021
$25,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
6 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties Served
  • Multnomah
Continuation of rolling out the Student Success Act
Grant
Population
  • People of color
Children's Institute
2021
$35,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
12 months
Counties ServedStatewide
To ensure a smooth and successful executive transition after the departure of a founding CEO
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
Latino Community Association
2021
$25,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
6 months
Support TypeProject Support
Continuation of rolling out the Student Success Act
Grant
Population
  • People of color
Salem-Keizer Coalition for Equality
2021
$25,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
6 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties Served
  • Multnomah
Continuation of rolling out the Student Success Act
Grant
Population
  • People of color
Stand for Children Leadership Center
2021
$25,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
6 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties Served
  • Multnomah
Continuation of rolling out the Student Success Act
Grant
Population
  • People of color
Family Access Network Foundation
2020
$75,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
24 months
Support TypeOperating Support
Counties Served
  • Crook
  • Deschutes
  • Jefferson
For general operating support of FAN Advocate Services across Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
Latino Network
2020
$1,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
2 months
For participation in the Gathering for Student Success
Grant
Stand for Children Leadership Center
2020
$150,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
12 months
Support TypeCapacity Building Support
Counties ServedStatewide
For capacity building support to increase high school graduation rates and implementation of the Student Success Act in public schools in Oregon
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
Port Orford-Langlois School District
2020
$19,247
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
24 months
Support TypeCapacity Building Support
Counties Served
  • Coos
  • Curry
To develop an ongoing funding strategy for the Ready, Set Learn! program serving Curry and Coos counties
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
IRCO
2020
$285,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
24 months
Support TypeOperating Support
Counties ServedStatewide
To address barriers to attendance and on-track graduation for immigrant and refugee English Language Learners in Malheur County
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
United Negro College Fund
2020
$15,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
12 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties Served
  • Clackamas
  • Columbia
  • Hood River
  • Jefferson
  • Lincoln
  • Multnomah
  • Polk
  • Washington
  • Yamhill
To support high school graduation and college readiness for priority students through the UNCF Portfolio Project in Portland
Grant
Oregon Community Foundation
2020
$70,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
12 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties ServedStatewide
For continued support of the Oregon Parent Education Collaborative to include program evaluation, technical assistance and shared learning opportunities
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
Adelante Mujeres
2020
$1,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
2 months
For participation in the Gathering for Student Success
Grant
KairosPDX
2020
$200,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
24 months
Support TypeOperating Support
Counties Served
  • Multnomah
To reduce disparities and improve outcomes for priority students in Multnomah County through culturally responsive trauma-informed practices
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
Hillsboro School District 1J
2020
$185,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
24 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties Served
  • Washington
To scale a wraparound mentorship program to include supports, resources and connection for Latinx males in grades 7-12 in Washington County
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
Linfield College
2020
$52,500
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
18 months
Support TypeCapacity Building Support
Counties Served
  • Clackamas
  • Malheur
  • Marion
  • Multnomah
  • Polk
  • Washington
  • Yamhill
For organizational development in an emerging state-wide mentorship program serving male Latinx high school students and those transitioning to college
Grant
Population
  • People of color
Washington County Kids
2020
$48,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
24 months
Support TypeCapacity Building Support
Counties Served
  • Washington
To foster effective coordination, collaboration and support of Out-of-School-Time providers in Washington County
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
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