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
Greenbelt Land Trust
2019
$3,250
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
8 months
For diversity, equity and inclusion training and participation on Willamette River Network's executive search committee
Grant
Initiative
Willamette River Initiative
Long Tom Watershed Council
2019
$2,500
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
8 months
Capacity support for diversity, equity and inclusion training
Grant
Initiative
Willamette River Initiative
Marys River Watershed Council
2019
$1,000
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
8 months
For diversity, equity and inclusion training
Grant
Initiative
Willamette River Initiative
McKenzie River Trust
2019
$1,000
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
8 months
For staff capacity support to participate in diversity, equity and inclusion training
Grant
Initiative
Willamette River Initiative
Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council
2019
$1,500
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
8 months
For diversity, equity and inclusion training
Grant
Initiative
Willamette River Initiative
Northwest Employment Education and Defense Fund
2019
$29,185
Building Community
Duration of Award
9 months
For technical assistance to strengthen staff capacity to embed equity within this 15-year-old legal services organization
Grant
Museum at Warm Springs
2019
$34,980
Building Community
Duration of Award
5 months
To support staff, board and Tribal leaders through an intensive strategic planning process in partnership with a national art management institute that works specifically with rural arts and culture organizations
Grant
Willamette Valley Law Project
2019
$60,000
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
24 months
To hire an environmental justice organizer for Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN)
Grant
Friends of Buford Park and Mt. Pisgah
2019
$1,000
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
8 months
For diversity, equity and inclusion training
Grant
Initiative
Willamette River Initiative
North Santiam Watershed Council
2019
$500
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
8 months
For diversity, equity and inclusion training
Grant
Initiative
Willamette River Initiative
Institute for Applied Ecology
2019
$1,000
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
8 months
For diversity, equity and inclusion training
Grant
Initiative
Willamette River Initiative
McKenzie Watershed Alliance
2019
$1,500
Healthy Environment
Duration of Award
8 months
For diversity, equity and inclusion training
Grant
Initiative
Willamette River Initiative
CAPACES Leadership Institute
2019
$1,500
Meyer Designated Program
Duration of Award
1 month
For education and dialogue about Willamette Valley’s Latinx communities and efforts to increase civic engagement
Grant
OPAL
2019
$80,000
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
24 months
Counties Served
  • Clackamas
  • Multnomah
  • Washington
To advance the movement for housing justice in the Portland Metro area and to develop leaders in low-income communities of color who identify, advance and meaningfully respond to community priorities in the ongoing housing crisis
Grant
Chemawa Indian School
2019
$1,000
Meyer Designated Program
Duration of Award
1 month
For education and dialogue about Oregon’s history of native boarding schools
Grant
Charitable Partnership Fund
2019
$76,750
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
24 months
Counties Served
  • Clackamas
  • Multnomah
  • Washington
To align and activate business voices to support housing diversity and affordability in the Portland Metro area
Grant
JOIN
2019
$80,000
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
24 months
Counties Served
  • Clackamas
  • Multnomah
  • Washington
To support the creation of more Permanent Supportive Housing in the Portland Metro area by elevating the voices of people with lived experiences in public policy and planning decisions
Grant
Better Eugene-Springfield Transportation
2019
$80,000
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
24 months
Counties Served
  • Lane
For Better Housing Together, a collaborative, community-based advocacy network that supports housing affordability, diversity and supply in Lane County
Grant
Centro Latino Americano
2019
$35,000
Building Community
Duration of Award
10 months
For technical assistance to explore a merger of three organizations and create a central hub that comprehensively serves Lane County’s Latinx community
Grant
Farmworker Housing Development Corporation
2019
$73,448
Housing Opportunities
Duration of Award
24 months
Counties Served
  • Linn
  • Marion
  • Polk
To build a broader community base of support for and appreciation of affordable housing in Linn County, with a specific focus on the needs and contributions of farmworkers
Grant
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