Meyer Memorial Trust Awards Nearly $4 Million in Grants

The in Portland, Oregon, has announced eighteen grants totaling nearly $4 million to nonprofit organizations working to advance arts and culture, community food systems, education, environmental conservation, housing and human services, and youth programs in the Pacific Northwest.

Grants and awards announced by the trust include a low-interest loan of $750,000 and a $400,000 grant to help renovate a historic building in Portland's Old Town that will serve as the college's main building. Grants and loans awarded through the trust's program include $400,000 to the for construction of a production center for designing, building, and storing sets; $350,000 to the for renovation of a training facility for a new advanced transportation technology center; and $80,000 to the in operating support as it completes a leadership transition.

Through its Community Food Systems program, the trust also awarded $220,000 to Aging Community Coordinated Enterprises Supportive Services and $200,000 to to strengthen local and regional food systems. And it awarded an $85,000 grant to the to implement a comprehensive monitoring program for the Model Watershed Program, and $30,000 in in-kind support to the in San Francisco in support of the Willamette River Initiative.

For a complete list of , visit the Meyer Memorial Trust Web site.

"." Meyer Memorial Trust Press Release 05/22/2013.