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Meyer Memorial Trust awards C. Oregon grants

By KTVZ.COM news sources
Published On: Nov 05 2012 02:36:59 PM CST
Updated On: Nov 05 2012 02:42:32 PM CST
PORTLAND, Ore. -

At the October program meeting, Meyer Memorial Trust's board of trustees made four grants totaling more than $50,000 to organizations in Central Oregon.

These awards were all part of the Grassroots Grants program, which typically go to smaller nonprofits, often largely operated by volunteers.

These grants bring the total amount awarded since Meyer Memorial Trust began operating in 1982 to nearly $19.5 million in central Oregon.

Meyer Memorial Trust is one of the largest private foundations in Oregon, with assets of approximately $669 million. The Board of Trustees—which includes Debbie Craig, John Emrick, Orcilia Zúñiga Forbes, George Puentes and Gerry Pratt—meets monthly to make grants.

October 2012 grants included:

Central Oregon Environmental Center, Bend
Awarded: $15,000
For technical improvements to an online directory of sustainable businesses

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Saving Grace: Imagine Life Without Violence, Bend
Awarded: $20,050
To develop and implement a strategic fund development plan

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Redmond Alano Club, Redmond
Awarded: $4,673
For capital improvements to a facility that provides meeting space for people recovering from addiction

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Redmond Council For Senior Citizens , Redmond
Awarded: $12,000
For capital repairs to this organization's center that serves seniors in central Oregon

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