East Portland Action Plan (EPAP)
11/24/21 11:59 PM Receipt
Grants of up to $10,000 to Oregon nonprofit organizations and businesses to enhance the quality of life in eligible locations. Funding is intended to support projects that prevent homelessness, enhance equity, and foster community involvement among disadvantaged populations. Funded programs must serve the residents of East Portland.
2022 General and Civic Engagement Grants
The East Portland Action Plan (EPAP) is charged with providing leadership and guidance to public agencies on how to strategically address community-identified issues and allocate resources to improve livability for neighborhoods in East Portland. The Action Plan was designed by and for the community to:
For the Action Plan, see eastportlandactionplan.org.
EPAP General Grant: Purpose is to improve livability and prevent displacement in East Portland by funding projects that implement strategies and items identified in the Action Plan.
EPAP Civic Engagement Grant: Purpose is to encourage civic engagement in under-supported race and ethnic culturally specific communities with language appropriate communication that leads to further community involvement of people not usually included in decision making.
GrantWatch ID#: 153215
Project requests may be for up to $10,000 in funding.
Estimated Total Program Funding:
- $55,000 for Civic Engagement Grants Program
- $55,000 for General Grants Program
Projects must occur between Mar 1, 2022, and Feb 28, 2023.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
The completed application must be received by either:
- Sending electronic documents to firstname.lastname@example.org (Please phone 503-823-8027 to verify that your email was received.)
- Or, by providing eight (8) double-sided hard copies to:
East Portland Action Plan
1017 NE 117th Ave., Portland, OR 97220
*Please note this office is NOT open currently; you can leave the copies in the mail slot.
Grant Manager Contact:
JR Lilly, EPAP Advocate
1017 NE 117th Ave
Portland, Oregon 97220
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