Brooklyn Neighborhood, Portland, Oregon (503) 241-4540

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$86,664 Available for Neighborhoods Through Office of Neighborhood Involvement Small Grants Program

September 2nd, 2010 · 1 Comment

SE Uplift and the Office of Neighborhood Involvement are pleased to announce the fifth year of the Neighborhood Small Grants Program, with $86,664 in grant funds available to neighborhood and community groups across the city. SE Uplift will be awarding $22,594 in grant funds for projects that build community, attract new and diverse members and sustain those members already involved.

SE Uplift’s preferred use of funds is for projects that:

  • Build capacity in the neighborhood system.
  • Support engaging traditionally underrepresented groups in neighborhood association activities.
  • Show partnerships between two neighborhood associations or an association and a traditionally underrepresented community or community-based organization that supports traditionally underrepresented communities.

Deadline to apply is Monday, November 1 by 2PM.

Grants will be awarded through a competitive basis and may range from $500-$5000.

For more information or questions about your application, please contact Kristen at
or 503-232-0010 x 319.

We encourage you to apply for your project today!

SE Uplift Neighborhood Coalition
3534 SE Main Portland, Oregon 97214
503 232-0010

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  • 1 The Celtic Enigma // Sep 11, 2010 at 10:28 pm

    What about seeing if some of this money could be used to help bring Craig Montag back to Brooklyn park next summer?

    The city, amitst seemingly endless budget cuts, announced a while back that there is a likly chance that due to a lack of funding, the 33+ year Brooklyn park summer program would likly be cut. I think that these funds might be a way to tap into money to cover the costs of the summer program so that the kids of this area have a safe place to go and stay out of possible trouble.

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