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
Network for Oregon Affordable Housing
2018
$3,000
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
4 months
For assistance in planning the 2018 Cost Efficiency Summit
Grant
Initiative
Affordable Housing Initiative
North by Northeast Community Health Center
2018
$26,640
Building Community
Duration of Award
8 months
For racial equity training and community engagement in preparation for the development of an organizational strategic plan
Grant
ROSE Community Development Corporation
2018
$7,950
Building Community
Duration of Award
5 months
For a partnership with Passin’Art and playwright Michael Eichler to produce Repulsing the Monkey, a play about gentrification
Grant
Willamette Valley Law Project
2018
$35,000
Building Community
Duration of Award
6 months
For research, planning and technical assistance to update the structure of Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste, known as PCUN, Oregon’s farmworkers union and largest Latino organization in the state
Grant
Verde
2018
$160,000
Building Community
Duration of Award
24 months
Support TypeProject Support
Counties Served
  • Multnomah
For support of the Healthy Communities Coalition, working to secure community benefit agreements arising from the Pearl District Post Office site redevelopment that help build wealth for low-income communities
Grant
Oregon Community Foundation - Meyer Memorial Trust Donor Advised Fund
2018
$3,000,000
Meyer Designated Program
Duration of Award
36 months
To support the Meyer Memorial Trust donor-advised fund
Grant
Unite Oregon
2018
$27,750
Meyer Designated Program
Duration of Award
12 months
In support of the "We Are All Oregon" project, connecting refugees, asylum seekers and people with Temporary Protected Status with immigrant rights groups and other organizations to advocate for the immigrant communities across Oregon; this grant was awarded as a part of the Oregon Immigrant and Refugee Funders Collaborative, which addresses critical and time-sensitive issues facing immigrants and
Grant
Four Rivers Health Care
2018
$20,000
Meyer Designated Program
Duration of Award
12 months
To support the creation of a welcome center based in Ontario to serve newcomers to the Treasure Valley region; this grant was made as part of the Oregon Immigrant and Refugee Funders Collaborative, addressing critical and time-sensitive issues facing immigrants and refugees
Grant
Rural Development Initiatives
2018
$7,500
Meyer Designated Program
Duration of Award
2 months
To support the "Regards to Rural 'Bridges Between Rural and Urban'” conference, which brings together 400 people from across the Pacific Northwest to strengthen and celebrate rural people, places and economies
Grant
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare
2018
$75,000
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
18 months
For third-year funding to implement property-specific portfolio preservation plans in Multnomah County, as part of the Affordable Housing Initiative's Sustaining Portfolios strategy
Grant
Initiative
Affordable Housing Initiative
Gateway to College National Network
2018
$7,500
Equitable Education
Duration of Award
1 month
To connect young people up to age 24, who are not working or attending school, with immediate jobs, paid internships and career readiness resources at the Opportunity Youth Job Fair, where an onsite "Resource Corner" focuses on reducing such barriers to employment as records expungement and childcare
Grant
Greenbelt Land Trust
2018
$2,500
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
1 month
For participation in a process to plan what comes after the Willamette River Initiative, a decade-long effort to achieve meaningful, measurable improvements in the health of the river and selected tributaries by 2019
Grant
Initiative
Willamette River Initiative
Human Solutions
2018
$8,000
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
12 months
For technical assistance training and coaching to support staff transitions within the housing department at Human Solutions
Grant
Initiative
Affordable Housing Initiative
Mission Investors Exchange
2018
$6,500
Meyer Designated Program
Duration of Award
12 months
For 2018 membership and operations
Grant
NeighborImpact
2018
$50,000
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
12 months
Counties Served
  • Crook
  • Deschutes
  • Jefferson
For a manufactured home weatherization and repair program in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties
Grant
Initiative
Affordable Housing Initiative
Bus Project Foundation
2018
$10,000
Building Community
Duration of Award
8 months
For technical assistance to finalize a strategic plan and provide diversity, equity and inclusion training for staff and board members.
Grant
ROSE Community Development Corporation
2018
$75,000
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
21 months
For third-year funding to implement property-specific portfolio preservation plans in Multnomah County, as part of the Affordable Housing Initiative's Sustaining Portfolios strategy
Grant
Initiative
Affordable Housing Initiative
Yamhill County Affordable Housing Corporation
2018
$50,000
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
13 months
Counties Served
  • Yamhill
For a manufactured home repair program in Yamhill County
Grant
Initiative
Affordable Housing Initiative
APANO Communities United Fund
2018
$250,000
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
12 months
Support TypeCapital Support
Counties Served
  • Multnomah
For capital support to leverage development of 48 units of affordable housing with ground floor community and office space in East Portland's Jade District, a predominantly Asian community experiencing gentrification
Grant
Population
  • Immigrants and/or refugees
  • People living on low incomes
  • People of color
IRCO, Africa House
2018
$250,000
Building Community
Duration of Award
12 months
For capital support to purchase a building to house current and new services for African immigrant and refugee communities in Oregon
Grant
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