Learn more about the small grants renewal decisions, the community engagement process and more.
The Levy is overseen by a 5-member Allocation Committee that makes funding recommendations in a competitive application process subject to Portland City Council approval.
Two seats are available to help shape Levy policies and processes.
Learn more about the small grants renewal process and timeline, community engagement process and more.
The renewal extends the end date of Levy funding through June 30, 2029.
The Allocation Committee approved large grant renewals, revised a policy for foster care grants, heard about the fiscal year 2022 audit report and more.
The Allocation Committee considered a policy change proposal for foster care grants and heard presentations on the large grant renewal process and timeline, 2021-22 performance data and the Community Council.
The Children’s Levy invests $23 million annually in grants for community-based programs that support children, youth and their families so children. The measure would not raise taxes.
The Allocation Committee heard from three hunger relief grantee partners on program delivery, appointed 5 people to the Community Council, and received updates on the grant performance summary process and large grant renewal process and timeline.
The Allocation Committee heard from three Portland Children's Levy grantee partners on after school program delivery and received updates on the financial report, Community Council and Community Report.
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