East Portland Neighbors: $6,600 Grant to train Iraqi women to design and produce their own clothing designs.
Green Lents: $14,201 Grant to host a community anti-racism training and neighborhood story-telling project.
East Portland Neighbors: $3,500 Grant to teach Zomi literature and cultural classes in East Portland schools.
Portland Meet Portland: $9,950 Grant to facilitate dialogue for members of EAst Portland's Rohingya community.
Divison Midway Alliance: $13,996.50 Grant to train culturally specific liaisons from the Karen, Latino, and Tongan communities to build their leadership and business development skills.
The Rosewood Initiative: $11,200 Grant to host a community festival honoring the Latinex community in East Portland.
The Jim Pepper Native Arts Festival: $9,200 Grant to host a community celebration and raise awareness of America's Native languages and youth.
Wisdom of the Elders, Inc: $6,352 Grant to expand community gardens at two East Portland low-income housing communities.
Total Funded: $73,000
East Portland Neighbors: $2,881 Grant to host a community gathering at Gates Park.
Outgrowing Hunger: $9,295 Grant to develop a mixed-use garden.
Portland Meet Portland: $11,900 Grant to develop language and cultural knowledge and skills among low-income, refugee families, predominanatly SE Asian from Myanmar, who live in East Portland neighborhoods.
Metrolpolitan Family Services: $7,975 Grant to support student on-site intership experieces in local school-based food pantries.
Ecumenical Ministries of Portland: $4,086 Grant to offer bilingual Citizenship and Naturalization classes to prepare participants for citizenship tests.
Slavic Community Center: $14,967 Grant to host an event celebrating Slavic and Eastern European culture through dance, taste, and songs.
DEPAVE: $15,351 Grant to host events at two East Portland schools to create new greenspaces.
Reading Results: $6,000 Grant to provide an intensive reading instructional program for students in East Portland.
Impact NW: $2,544.56 Grant to connect East Portland students to meaningful work experiences in the manufacturing industry.