The Meyer Memorial Trust makes grants to tax-exempt applicants.

Meyer Memorial Trust

Meyer Memorial Trust was created by the late Fred G. Meyer, who built the chain of retail stores bearing his name throughout the Pacific Northwest. When Mr. Meyer died in 1978 at the age of 92, his will established the Trust, which began operating in 1982. Meyer Memorial Trust is a private, independent foundation representing Mr. Meyer's personal philanthropy. The Meyer Trust is not connected in any way with Fred Meyer Inc., the retail enterprise.

The Meyer Memorial Trust makes grants to qualified tax-exempt applicants in Oregon and Clark County, Washington. The Trust operates three programs: Strategic Initiatives, Grants, and Program Related Investments. Specific information, including grant application guidelines for each program, is available at this website. Not favoring a particular field of interest, the Trust awards grants in arts and humanities, education, health, social welfare, community development, and environmental conservation and restoration.

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