Pacific Power Foundation
DescriptionThe Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following categories: education; civic and community; arts and culture; health, welfare, and social services. Education grants support K-12 and higher education institutions, literacy organizations, and scholarship funds. Proposals are due March 15. Civic and community grants target environmental issues, housing and urban renewal, and justice and law. Proposals for this category are due June 15. Arts and culture grants focus on the performing arts, museums, heritage foundations, and libraries. Proposals are due September 15. The health, welfare, and social services grants support United Ways, hospitals, health and human service agencies, and youth services. Proposals in this category are due December 15. The Foundation awards grants to nonprofits in the communities the Company services in northern California, Oregon, and central/southeastern Washington. Projects that have a bearing on communities served by both Pacific Power and Rocky Mountain Power (Utah, Wyoming, Southeastern Idaho) are also considered. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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