mini grants

Immunize Oregon Mini-Grants help stimulate health prevention projects across the state.  Immunize Oregon received a broad variety of proposals from agencies working to improve the lives of Oregonians by prevention of disease.  The Mini-Grant program provides short-term funding support for innovations, partnerships, and projects that further the Mission of the Immunize Oregon coalition.

Maximum Award   |  Program Fund:

$4,000 per proposal   |  $80,000 total fund

Immunize Oregon was able work with our community partners to extend funding and award 27 Mini Grants Applications, totaling $99,160! Check out what programs are happening near you!

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Adapt - SouthRiver Community Health Center
adaptoregon.org

proposal

INCREASING ACCESS TO SAFE VACCINES 

Adapt, dba SouthRiver Community Health Center aims to upgrade current thermometers to be able to alert staff of power outages and/or temperature excursions as soon as they happen, helping to reduce possible loss of vaccines.

focus area

Vaccination Storage Equipment and Technology

Boost Oregon
boostoregon.org

proposal

STATEWIDE COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS

Scaling the Boost Oregon community workshops that have been successful in Portland and making them available in other parts of Oregon. Train providers from across the state on how to lead these workshops in their communities and give them all of the materials needed to do so.

focus area

Community Outreach and Education

Bridges Collaborative Care Clinic
bridgescare.wordpress.com

proposal

VACCINES FOR PARTICIPANTS

Providing vaccinations for participants during community clinic. Creating a training and education workshop session on proper hygiene for preventative health measures and for general education of the flu and its symptoms.

focus area

Community Outreach and Education

Clackamas Fire District #1
clackamasfire.com

proposal

IMMUNIZE CLACKAMAS

Enhance the immunization infrastructure for the CPP, so that CFD can continue to administer hepatitis A/B and influenza vaccines for high-risk populations and expand vaccine coverage. In order to expand vaccine coverage, CFD will need additional equipment and supplies to operate year-round, outdoor vaccine clinics and a refrigerator to safety store vaccines. 

focus area

Vaccination Storage Equipment and Technology

Columbia Health Services
columbia-health.org

proposal

INCREASING STORAGE CAPACITY FOR VACCINES

Purchase vaccination storage equipment at our two PCPCH clinics. The current limited capacity requires staff have to run between clinics to pick-up vaccines, ask patients to return or go to another provider to be vaccinated. 

focus area

Vaccination Storage Equipment and Technology