Organization Name Date State
Oregon Zoo Foundation 
Grant to purchase and install a sheet of clear acrylic for the viewing window of the new salmon exhibit. 
October 2002  OR
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Oregon Food Bank 
Grant to purchase a refrigerated trailer as part of their statewide food distribution program that covers 20 regional food banks and 750 direct service agencies. 
October 2001  OR
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Center for National Independence in Politics: Project Vote Smart 
Grant to add information on state government officials and candidates to already existing database on federal government officials and candidates as national Oregon-based non-partisan service to voters and journalists. 
October 1992  OR
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Children's Relief Nursery (CRN) 
Grant to purchase a 20 passenger bus and to retrofit a current bus. This organization prevents abuse and neglect in child birth through three years of age by partnering with caregivers committed to strengthening their families.  
April 2008  OR
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American Domestic Violence Crisis Line 
Grant to purchase computer equipment and a digital copier. This organization provides domestic violence intervention and crisis services to battered American women and children overseas. 
October 2003  OR
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Northwest Youth Corps 
Grant to purchase a walk-in refrigerator and work tools. This organization offers youth and young adults education and job-training experience. 
February 2004  OR
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Oregon Museum of Science and Industry 
Grant to purchase an outreach van to transport staff members, equipment, and animals that they use in their programs to locations throughout the Western United States. 
February 2004  OR
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National Weather Museum 
Grant to restore the T-28 aircraft to display condition and establish a "store-front" for the T-28 and other weather artifacts. The mission of this organization is to preserve the rich history of the nation's weather and climate enterprise and provide state-of-the-art education and technology learning environments to persons of all ages. 
October 2013  OK
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National Weather Museum & Science Center 
Grant to restore the landing gear for the T-28 aircraft to display condition. Part of the grant would also purchase new signage for the museum. The mission of this organization is to preserve the rich history of the nation's weather and climate enterprise and provide state-of-the-art education and technology learning environments to persons of all ages in order to better understand their place within it.  
October 2019  OK
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Alzheimer's Diseases and Related Disorders Association 
Grant to purchase video library equipment to further enhance the quality of life for all persons affected by Alzheimer's disease and related disorders. 
October 2007  OH
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Deaf Initiatives 
Grant to purchase an embroidery machine and laptop computer for their social enterprise business, Keepsake Theme Quilts. 
February 2005  OH
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America's VetDogs 
Grant to purchase and retrofit training/transportation vehicles. The mission of this organization is to help those who have served our country honorably to live with dignity and independence, whether they are visually impaired or have other special needs. 
October 2016  NY
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Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation 
Grant to develop exhibits and programs, and outfit the Research Library of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation Dialogue Center. This organization is dedicated to educating current and future generations about Gage's work and its power to drive contemporary social change.  
October 2011  NY
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Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation 
Grant to provide the type of office equipment that assists the educational outreach program to be able to do its own recording, photographing, data inputting, scanning, printing and copying of the materials that promote an understanding of the life and work of this woman activist who led the fight for individual and woman's rights. 
October 2001  NY
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Fresh Air Fund 
Grant to purchase six computer workstations for Career Skills and Journalism classrooms at camp facilities for disadvantaged middle school children. 
October 1997  NY
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