Join us for the next Portland Children's Levy Allocation Committee Meeting. Due to COVID-19 outbreak, this public meeting will be held virtually using Zoom. You may view the meeting, which includes closed captioning, through this link. If you would like to provide public comment at the meeting, sign up here.
1. Grantee Partner Reflections
Four grantee partners providing services in foster care and child abuse prevention/intervention program areas reflect on service delivery this past year. Action: Committee questions, discussion, public comment. (30-40 min)
2. Financial Report
Summary of budget to actual spending on program grants in 2020-21. Action: Committee questions, discussion, public comment. (5-10 min)
3. Grantee Convenings
Highlights of grantee convenings to date and plans for fall. Action: Committee questions, discussion, public comment. (5-10 min)
4. Establishing Community Advisory Committee
Staff will review proposal to establish a community advisory committee and grantee survey feedback on proposal. You can read the draft proposal here and the survey results report here. Action: Committee questions, discussion, public comment, decision on proposal. (20-30 min)
5. Role of Levy in Supporting for Older Youth (ages 18-24)
Review data on age groups served in Levy programming over past 5 years and discuss needs and gaps in supports for older youth in the community. Action: Facilitated committee discussion, public comment. (20-30 min)
Watch the meeting
Join us for the next Portland Children's Levy Allocation Committee Zoom Meeting. You can watch via this livestream link.
Sign up for public comment
Allocation Committee meetings are open to the public and we welcome your comment on agenda items or the work of the Portland Children’s Levy.
If you would like to offer comment at the Allocation Committee, please sign up using this form. After you sign up, you will receive an email invitation to join the Zoom meeting. The chair will call for public comment on non-agenda items at the beginning of the meeting, and after information and discussion on each agenda item. You may speak for up to 3 minutes when called on to provide your comments.