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
Planned Parenthood of the Columbia-Willamette
1984
$60,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
12 months
To assist in the establishment of a branch clinic in Washington County.
Grant
Columbia River Maritime Museum
1984
$55,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
12 months
For construction of workshop facilities used in preparation and maintenance of exhibits.
Grant
Oregon Electric Railway Historical Society, Inc.
1984
$10,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
21 months
For the restoration of the historic trolley car exhibits.
Grant
Foundation Center
1984
$30,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
26 months
For general support for the center, which collects and disseminates information about private foundation philanthropy.
Grant
Northwest Family Network
1984
$200,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
36 months
To enable the agency to screen day care facilities throughout the tri-county area prior to listing them with the agency referral service.
Grant
Aging Services
1984
$107,587
Historical Program
Duration of Award
12 months
To promote economic development and financial assistance to the elderly by assisting small-scale, labor-intensive businesses operated by older workers.
Grant
American Lake Medical Center
1984
$131,159
Historical Program
Duration of Award
30 months
To develop a model teaching nursing home that concentrates on the involvement of several professional disciplines needed for comprehensive care and treatment.
Grant
Eastern Idaho Special Services Agency
1984
$45,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
18 months
To train a group of volunteers to identify elderly persons at risk of premature institutionalization and provide them with support services in independent environments.
Grant
Gerontological Society of America
1984
$88,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
24 months
To sponsor eight fellows to work on special projects in Northwest agencies dealing with issues facing senior citizens.
Grant
Healthwise
1984
$236,920
Historical Program
Duration of Award
24 months
To develop Growing Wiser, a neighborhood-baed workshop program to enhance memory, mental alertness, and other means of preserving mental health and good relationships.
Grant
LifeWorks NW
1984
$170,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
30 months
For a demonstration project that provides day treatment and rehabilitation services to emotionally distressed elderly at risk of institutionalization.
Grant
Montana State University
1984
$25,522
Historical Program
Duration of Award
15 months
For a demonstration health promotion and fitness program for seniors living in rural areas, utilizing the extension services of a land-grant university.
Grant
Neighbor to Neighbor
1984
$52,500
Historical Program
Duration of Award
36 months
For a demonstration project providing in-home respite care to the frail elderly by a neighborhood-based group composed mainly of volunteers.
Grant
Newberg Human Resources Center
1984
$80,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
36 months
For a demonstration program that provides a socially stimulating day care environment for the frail elderly and respite for their caregivers.
Grant
Oregon Health Care Association
1984
$80,440
Historical Program
Duration of Award
24 months
For the development of a statewide training program for nursing home activity coordinators who work with acutely ill patients.
Grant
Portland State University
1984
$269,311
Historical Program
Duration of Award
12 months
For experimental programs in intergenerational linkage (youth helping seniors, seniors helping youth) and in family therapy that includes youth, parents, and grandparents.
Grant
Retired Senior Volunteer Program of King County
1984
$15,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
12 months
For an experimental program designed to create meaningful volunteer activities for homebound or institutionalized elderly.
Grant
University of Washington
1984
$219,189
Historical Program
Duration of Award
24 months
To study the variety and effectiveness of case management in long-term care programs and to develop methods for ongoing evaluation of those techniques.
Grant
Burnside Community Council
1984
$91,500
Historical Program
Duration of Award
26 months
To support a health clinic for the homeless and the medically indigent in downtown Portland.
Grant
Center for Urban Education
1984
$20,000
Historical Program
Duration of Award
8 months
Support for continued work toward the development of an Oregon housing trust fund.
Grant
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