We are happy to announce that in summer 2019, we were able to grant over $90,000 to summer meal programs across Oregon. The following 24 communities were awarded grants:


Morrow County School District

(Boardman)

Portland Parks Foundation

(Portland)

Parkrose School District

(Portland)

Boys and Girls Club of Western Treasure Valley

(Ontario)

Phoenix School of Roseburg

(Roseburg)

Estacada School District

(Estacada)

Stanfield Public Library

(Stanfield)

Grants Pass School District

(Grants Pass)

Neighbors for Kids

(Depoe Bay)

HomeForward - East County Portfolio

(Portland)

Boys and Girls Club of Rogue Valley

(Grants Pass)

Integral Youth Services of Klamath Falls

(Klamath Falls)

Lebanon School District

(Lebanon)

Lake Health District

(Lakeview)

Oregon City School District

(Oregon City)

Innovative Housing Inc.

(Portland)

Meals on Wheels People

(Portland)

B'nai B'rith Camp

(Beaverton)

South Coast Family Harbor

(Coos Bay)

Gervais School District

(Gervais)

Food for Lane County

(Eugene)

John Day Canyon City Parks and Recreation

(John Day)

Newberg School District

(Newberg)

Beaverton School District

(Beaverton)

Need help starting a program in your community?

Since 2009, Partners For a Hunger-Free Oregon has provided small grants to new or expanding summer meal programs in Oregon through the Summer Meals Support Fund.
Now in its tenth year, we have provided small grants and technical assistance to over 150 unique organizations, awarding over $720,000.

Grants are awarded up to $5,000 per program. Grant funds support new and existing programs with equipment purchases, staffing, transportation costs, and activity and outreach supplies.In addition to financial support, we strive to work one-on-one with grant recipients to promote best practices, raise awareness, and provide technical assistance and/or support throughout the state.

TESTIMONIAL

“Grant County might be small but we have a lot of mouths to feed. Without these funds we would not be able to help fight hunger in Oregon and make sure no kid goes without summer meals.”  

Kimberly Ward, Office Manager, John Day Canyon City Parks and Recreation District

The 2019 Summer Meals Support Fund

Applications are closed for 2019 grant cycle. Please check back in March of 2020 or contact Fatima Jawaid, Program Manager, at [email protected] for more information.

Have Questions?

Contact Fatima Jawaid at [email protected]

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