Awards Database

Since 1982, Meyer has awarded grants and program-related investments totaling more than $786 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

37
Years
9,440
Awards
$786m
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
Coalition of Communities of Color
2019
$4,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
4 months
To build relationships between the four regional superintendents of color, leaders from the Coalition of Communities of Color and philanthropic leaders for the purpose of increasing opportunity for students of color in the Portland region
Grant
Mt. Scott Park Center for Learning
2019
$15,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
10 months
To develop a comprehensive fundraising strategy
Grant
Gateway to College National Network
2019
$7,500
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
1 month
To support priority student participation in the second annual Opportunity Youth Job Fair
Grant
KairosPDX
2019
$120,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
36 months
To support the continued operation of KairosPDX Learning Academy at the Humboldt School building in North Portland
Grant
MRG Foundation
2019
$6,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
4 months
To support tribal representatives from the Cowlitz, Grand Ronde, Warm Springs, Siletz, Yakama, Umatilla and Nez Perce nations to provide opening ceremony and land acknowledgement protocol for the National Conference for Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education
Grant
Airway Science for Kids
2019
$48,300
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
12 months
To develop and implement a fundraising strategy for this 27-year-old organization that works to create equity through aviation STEM education
Grant
Grantmakers for Education
2019
$7,500
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
12 months
For annual membership support of this national organization that works to improve educational outcomes and increasing opportunities for all learnersGrant
Grant
Todos Juntos
2019
$30,973
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
6 months
To develop an equity­-focused strategic plan
Grant
Hood River County School District
2019
$390
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
1 month
To support the Teachers of Color convening
Grant
Marysville School District No. 25
2019
$157
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
1 month
For participation in the Teachers of Color Gathering
Grant
David Douglas School District
2018
$36,750
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
12 months
Support TypeCapacity Building Support
Counties Served
  • Multnomah
To support collaboration and data collection that will address systemic racial disparities in Multnomah county school districts
Grant
Population
  • English language learners
  • First-generation college students
  • People of color
Friends of the Children - Portland
2018
$150,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
24 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties Served
  • Clackamas
  • Columbia
  • Crook
  • Deschutes
  • Jefferson
  • Klamath
  • Marion
  • Multnomah
  • Washington
For supporting family engagement and strengthening work readiness and employer retention of priority students in Multnomah County
Grant
Population
  • Foster youth
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
Portland YouthBuilders
2018
$185,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
36 months
Support TypeCapacity Building Support
Counties Served
  • Multnomah
To help launch the Educational Equity Initiative, which is focused on eliminating achievement gaps experienced by low-income, racially diverse students in Multnomah County
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
Serendipity Center
2018
$180,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
24 months
Support TypeCapacity Building Support
Counties Served
  • Clackamas
  • Multnomah
  • Washington
To expand a successful pilot program that prevents and responds to therapeutic school behavior issues
Grant
Population
  • People living on low incomes
  • People with disabilities
Education Northwest
2018
$40,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
3 months
For a video to aimed at helping Oregon educators prepare to roll out a statewide public school curriculum incorporating Native American history, tribal sovereignty, culture, treaty rights, government, socioeconomic experiences and current events
Grant
Resolve Center for Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice
2018
$50,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
24 months
To create safer, more equitable schools in Southern Oregon through continued funding of the organization's Resolve Center for Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice
Grant
David Douglas School District
2018
$676
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
2 months
To support participation in the Teachers of Color convening
Grant
Centro Latino Americano
2018
$185,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
36 months
Support TypeOperating Support
Counties Served
  • Lane
To enhance attendance by Latino and low-income students in Springfield through culturally responsive mentoring, life skills training and counseling
Grant
Population
  • English language learners
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
Southern Oregon Education Service District
2018
$34,902
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
12 months
Support TypeCapacity Building Support
Counties Served
  • Jackson
  • Josephine
  • Klamath
For capacity building to support collaboration of education institutions and creation of a cross-district diversity, equity and inclusion charter in Southern Oregon
Grant
Population
  • English language learners
  • Indigenous communities and tribes
  • People of color
Josephine County Foundation
2018
$169,000
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
36 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties Served
  • Josephine
To support the Graduation Assistance Program (GAP), a community-based collaboration designed to increase the graduation rate of students from low income households in rural Josephine County
Grant
Population
  • First-generation college students
  • People living on low incomes
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