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 AMOUNT PROGRAM DURATION SUPPORT TYPE Organization County AWARD DESCRIPTION Sort descending
Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council 2018 $40,000 Healthy Environment 24 months Lane For floodplain restoration planning at Elijah Bristow State Park, an area with high ecological and social value at the confluence of Lost Creek and Middle Fork Willamette River
Greater Oregon Behavioral Health 2017 $55,300 Housing Opportunities 18 months Wasco For Technical Assistance to develop and assist in adoption of model codes for accessory dwelling units and tiny home villages for rural Oregon jurisdictions that currently lack such codes.
Deschutes County Healthy Beginnings 2009 $73,045 Historical Program 24 months Deschutes To help expand board and staff fundraising capacity
All Hands Raised 2009 $50,000 Historical Program 12 months Multnomah To strengthen the Foundation's capacity to support Portland's public schools.
Ecotrust 2016 $35,000 Healthy Environment 8 months Multnomah A planning grant to develop a collaborative approach to land repatriation to Oregon Tribes.
Oregon Community Foundation 2017 $250,000 Equitable Education 36 months Multnomah For a multi-year collaborative investment to address disparities in Oregon's child care provider training system
SquareOne Villages 2017 $200,000 Housing Opportunities 24 months Lane For development of a tiny house village in Cottage Grove and completion of a detailed "toolbox" to assist Oregon communities interested in this approach to housing development
Neighbors for Clean Air 2017 $10,000 Healthy Environment 12 months Multnomah For diversity, equity and inclusion training and to develop an organizational equity statement
Western States Center 2016 $75,000 Building Community 12 months Multnomah For the statewide, grassroots distribution of "The Architecture of Internment," an exhibit exploring how ordinary Oregonians pushed for the internment of Japanese Americans 75 years ago
Willamette Valley Law Project 2017 $85,000 Building Community 12 months Marion To accelerate and broaden the Capaces Network's Thinking Forward Leadership Development project, to align and assess its collective capacity, and to adapt it to meet community demand
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