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Social Equity and Economic Development (SEED) Grant Photos: Sonya Damtew, Education Dept. Manager, Ethiopian and Eritran Cultural Resource Center; RJ Artis, Student, Elevate Oregon Basketball; and Pat Daniels, Executive Director, Constructing Hope The SEED grant provides funds for social equity and economic development projects, programs, and services. [...]
Equitable Food Economy Collaborative Contact: Thalia Martinez, email or 503-823-4736 The Equitable Food Economy Collaborative is a partnership between regional nonprofits, producers, Oregon State University, the Oregon Department of Agriculture, and Prosper Portland. These partners work together toward shared goals that will catalyze the development of an equitable and resilient regional food economy. [...]
The graphic above is courtesy of Black Lives Matter. Visit the website to download graphics to use on social media and show your support. Support for Black Lives Matter and the Anti-Racism Movement “The emotional and psychological impact of racism means acutely, every day, being reminded that you are not enough, [...]
CONTACT: Morgan Masterman, EMAIL OR 503-823-6839 Community Opportunities and Enhancement Program The Community Opportunities and Enhancement Program (COEP) is a City of Portland strategy to increase diversity and equity in construction contracting. The goals of the COEP are to increase the number of people of color and women in the trades and to remove [...]
Prosper Portland offers the Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program at the Stash Tea Building, a full block of commercial space in the prime West End area of downtown Portland at SW 10th Avenue and SW Yamhill Street. The revitalized building offers a variety of spaces to create a cohesive and complementary mix of tenants.
Prosper Portland offers the Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program at Alberta Commons, a unique opportunity for small minority-owned businesses to gain a foothold in the retail mix of the area, provide needed goods and services to the neighborhood and create lasting, beneficial relationships with the Northeast Portland community.