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Grant Opportunities

There are a variety of grants available to assist businesses in the Boardman and Morrow County region. Keep an eye on this page, as it will be updated as new opportunities become available.

Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization (EOCCO) is pleased to announce that applications for the Supporting Health for All through REinvesment (SHARE) Initiative are now open. The application for this grant can be downloaded here and is due August 9th. 
  • Applicants: Eligible applicants include any interested organization, local government, tribal government, or collaborative that delivers Social Determinants of Health and Equity (SDOH-E) related services, programs, or policies in Eastern Oregon. Applicants must have the ability to complete their proposed project in Eastern Oregon within 24 months of the October 2021 award start date.
  • Project Focus: Projects must focus on providing housing-related services and/or supports for EOCCO members. Proposals that help EOCCO members find, access, and maintain safe and affordable housing can be project-based (at the community level) or tenant-based (at the individual member level). 
  • Budget & Funding: Up to $310,000 is available in total funding, and up to four applications may be selected.
  • Support: Contact to discuss, develop, and review your application to improve the likelihood of successful funding.
The CBIR technical assistance (TA) team will be holding a SHARE Initiative Application Q&A call July 9, at 1:00 PM for potential applicants to review this funding opportunity in greater detail. The slides can be found here, and the call-in information is also below. 
  • SHARE Initiative Application Q&A call (July 9, 1:00-2:00 PM PST)
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the CBIR TA team through the EOCCO shared inbox

Applications for the 2021 cultural-based activities in Morrow County are now being accepted.

Projects supported in the past have included quilting, art displays, historical library books, cultural entertainment and events, kids’ activities in the parks and schools, drama and musical workshops.

Grants can be awarded up to 50% of the total project cost. 

For complete guidelines and application forms, please contact Jaylene Papineau at 541-676-5630 or or visit the Morrow County website.

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