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What organizations were funded?

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     Kirsten Ingersoll 
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    Blueprint for a Healthy Clackamas County Community Grant Awards
    2018/2019

    Grants are made available to develop or enhance projects that work to implement the identified goals, objectives and strategies within the Blueprint for a Healthy Clackamas County community health improvement plan. We are excited to announce this year’s grant awards and look forward to the implementation of the projects that increase equitable access to resources, opportunities and environments that maximize the health of our communities.

    Organization: Amount: Project Description: Health Equity Zone:
    AntFarm $8,890 Teach, support, and engage community members in healthy choices. Oregon Trail
    Clackamas County Children’s Commission $18,121 Partner with Oregon Food Bank to build school pantries at Canby and Sandy Head Start and host monthly free food market at Barlow Center. Canby, Oregon Trail
    Clackamas Service Center $10,000 Expand capacity to align service providers and reduce barriers to program access for houseless. North Clackamas
    Growing Gardens $12,930 Provide home gardening resources in English/Spanish to low-income households. North Clackamas, Oregon City
    Gladstone Food Pantry $20,000 Increase local access to healthy food and care-coordination. Gladstone, North Clackamas, Oregon City
    Molalla Communities That Care $21,889 Deliver culturally relevant emergency preparedness information to Spanish residents. Molalla River
    Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation (NEDCO) $7,500 Support youth in maintaining stable housing and connection to services. Oregon City
    Northwest Family Services $14,117 Assist Latin community in diabetes prevention. Canby, Gladstone, North Clackamas, Oregon City
    Oregon Food Bank $19,500 Pilot free food market and culturally responsive food distribution. Colton
    Oregon Trail School District $50,000 Create a fitness center at Cedar Ridge Middle School. Oregon Trail
    Project Access NOW $20,000 Connect and align services and provider for individuals and families living with dual diagnosis of diabetes and behavioral health conditions Gladstone, North Clackamas, Oregon City
    Todos Juntos $13,053 Introduce nutritional and physical activity utilizing the Coordinated Approach to Child Health (CATCH) in six rural schools. Canby, Estacada, Molalla River, Oregon Trail
    Total Grant Award Funding: $216,000

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