We're thrilled to welcome Joel Broussard to the Levy team. Joel is a Portland native who has seen many changes happen in the Portland area and the state of Oregon.
Portland Children's Levy expects adequate resources to fully fund all current grant commitments for the full 3-year term despite the economic downturn due to the pandemic.
Annual Performance Report
Staff presented PCL’s 2019-20 Performance Report showing demographics of children and families served, program outcomes and how our partners responded to the pandemic. Both staff and the committee thanked partners for their incredible and innovative work to support children and families in the midst of this health crisis.
*This listing closed at 11:59 PM, on February 12, 2021*
This person will manage Children's Levy grants in the child abuse prevention and intervention and foster care program areas and will participate in the program team responsible for the design and implementation of competitive grant processes, program policies, and operating procedures. Visit governmentjobs.com to learn more about this position.
Portland City Council today approved $1 million in new investments to improve equity of access for organizations that have not received Children’s Levy funding in the past.
The Allocation Committee at its Monday meeting approved $1 million in new three-year investments for the Small Grants Fund to improve equity of access for organizations that have not received Levy funding in the past.
The three-year grants will begin in January and include four mentoring programs, three after-school programs and one hunger relief program. They are:
Portland City Council today approved $68 million in Portland Children’s Levy community investments over the next three years providing opportunities in education, youth development and family support.
Do you have questions about the Small Grants Fund application process but can't make it to the 10-noon, Wednesday, May 27th Applicant Information Zoom session?
We're recording this session, so you can also watch the playback here at a more convenient time.
The Allocation Committee approved $41.7 million out of an available $68 million for new three-year investments in Early Childhood, Child Abuse Prevention/Intervention and Foster Care. The AC will use the remaining balance for investments in After School, Mentoring and Hunger Relief at its May 4th meeting.
The Portland City Council has final approval on Allocation Committee decisions and will review these decisions, and those made at the May 4th AC meeting, in mid-June.
The Allocation Committee at its Monday meeting approved the remaining $26 million out of an available $68 million for new three-year investments in Hunger Relief, After School and Mentoring programs.
The Portland City Council has final approval on Allocation Committee decisions and will review these decisions, and those made at the April 24th AC meeting, in mid-June.