Pacific Power Foundation awards $97,000 to Portland-area nonprofit organizations
The Pacific Power Foundation, the charitable arm of Pacific Power, awarded $97,000 to health and welfare nonprofit organizations in the Portland area during the first quarter of 2012.
Pacific Power Foundation grants support local youth
The Pacific Power Foundation has awarded two grants in Douglas County, totaling $6,000.
Pacific Power Foundation grants support vital health and welfare organizations
The Pacific Power Foundation awarded six grants in Josephine and Jackson counties, totaling $17,000.
Pacific Power Foundation grant supports local arts program
The Pacific Power Foundation has awarded a $1,500 grant to Liberty Arts to help support the Explorations program for local schools.
Grant provides children with cultural theater experiences and workshops with professional artists
The Ross Ragland Theater received $3,000 from the Pacific Power Foundation for its Outreach and Education Program that provides curriculum-based cultural experiences to schoolchildren.
Two Rivers Gallery receives $3,500 grant to purchase display cases that will feature local art
Even with the difficult economic situation, Two Rivers Village Arts has continued to serve local artists, visitors and the community.
Klamath Cares, Klamath Reads receives $5,000 grant to help support literacy event for first grade children
Klamath Cares, Klamath Reads is a program designed to instill in students the desire to read, and the $5,000 grant from the Pacific Power Foundation will help provide the students with their own personal hard-cover book and backpack.
Seeley Theatre and Opera House restoration project
The Pomeroy Community Center received a $5,000 grant from the Pacific Power Foundation for the restoration and preservation of the Seeley Theatre and Opera House, and will be used to fund a portion of the roof installation.