Pacific Power Foundation

The mission of the Pacific Power Foundation is to support the growth and vitality of local communities through charitable investments.

Over the past 5 years, the foundation has awarded over $16 million to nonprofit organizations.

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The foundation manages its grants in four cycles. This helps the foundation carefully review similar requests to ensure maximum benefit. Grants generally are less than $10,000 with most between $2,000 and $5,000.

Grant cycles and timing

March 15 – Education/STEM
Electrical safety, energy efficiency education, higher education institutions, K-12, literacy and reading programs, STEM education initiatives, teacher/professional educator development, workforce development/careers and employability, and youth development.

June 15 – Community Enhancement
Affordable housing, community resilience, community and recreation centers, economic development, libraries, monuments, memorials and science centers.

June 15 – Environmental Respect
Animal and wildlife biodiversity; carbon and methane emissions; conservation of natural resources; environmental management systems; parks, trails and gardens; resource stewardship; waste management reduction, and water usage management.

September 15 – Arts/Culture
Arts festivals, cultural heritage, museums, music, theater/drama and visual arts.

December 15 – Safety/Wellness
Addiction, disability resources, disaster relief, domestic violence, first responders, food insecurity, healthcare accessibility, homeless support, mental health, public safety initiatives, veteran organizations, wellness and preventative care.

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