Saving Grace Recieves Support Funding

Meyer Memorial Trust, a private foundation not connected to Fred Meyer, Inc., recently awarded $50,000 to Saving Grace to support its programs and work throughout in Central Oregon. Specifically, this grant is a special opportunity offered as part of the Trust’s response to the economic challenges over the past two years. Saving Grace was also awarded $7,500 from the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation to provide victim assistance to survivors of domestic violence.

These grants come at a time when Saving Grace needs it most. With government funding being cut more and more each year, it’s grants like these that help fill in the funding gaps, allowing us to maintain our quality of services offered and quick response to the alarming increase in domestic violence situations each year. Visit our website at www.saving-grace.org for more information.

  

      
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