MMFO Grant Programs

How it Works

The Mini-Grant Program funds project requests up to $500.  Grant awards are made on a quarterly basis, and projects should support the mission of the Metropolitan Medical Foundation of Oregon.  

Limited funds require that the Foundation be selective in making grant awards.  The Mini-Grant Program is designed to support small projects, not to contribute small amounts for much larger budgets.  Total project budget should not exceed $3,000.  It is not intended to provide partial support for ongoing activities that will not change in any significant way from year to year. Mini-Grants will not usually be awarded to any organization in consecutive years.

Grant applicants searching for assistance for larger projects should submit in writing a complete description of the project with a timeline, a detailed budget and identification of lead staff for the project. As a small foundation with limited assets and with a commitment to our continued mission of giving, MMFO has a funding maximum of $2,000.  Funds are not available for personal access to medical care.

Previous Grants

Here are a few examples of past grant awards:

  • A family services program received $395 for medical resource books
  • A medical student received $500 for an evaluation of skateboard safety in Tualatin
  • A nursing school received $500 for a simulation for health careers education
  • Three community organizations received $2,000 each for childhood obesity intervention initiatives
  • A public high school received $100 for smoking cessation kits


Mini-Grant Application (Adobe or Word)

Grant Application (Adobe or Word)

Download an application and return completed form to:
MMFO Grant Programs
4380 SW Macadam Avenue, #215
Portland, OR  97239

or fax to (503) 222-3164

4380 SW Macadam Avenue, Suite 215, Portland, OR  97239
Phone: (503) 222-9977  |  Fax: (503) 222-3164

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