Thanks to the Wildhorse Foundation of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation who recently awarded a $18,346 grant to the Boys and Girls Club of Dayton. The funds will allow the organization to add heating units to the east and west ends of the building, to provide adequate heat throughout the entire facility. To read the complete story, click here.
The necessary materials for the race horse barns were purchased with the help of a $15,000 grant from the Wildhorse Foundation and a $2,500 Farm Credit Services grant. Click here to read full story.
Altrusa International of Pendleton recently received a pair of grants that will assist in supporting a couple of youth-focused projects. The Wildhorse Foundation awarded a $10,000 grant. Half of it will go to the Feed the Child program, which helps ensure needy students have food to eat over the weekend. The other half of the Wildhorse grant is going to the KARE (Kids At Risk Empowered) program. Click here to read the complete story.
Thanks to a grant from the Wildhorse Foundation, last week the 65-year-old gym at the Riveria Activity Center in La Grande got a fresh lease on life with a new roof.
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Grants from the Wildhorse Foundation and the Pendleton Foundation Trust helped pay for new equipment for Dream Catcher Therapeutics. Read the full story here!
The Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office will soon upgrade its communication equipment with help from a $10,000 grant from the Wildhorse Foundation. Click Here to read the full story.
Wildhorse Foundation contributes more than $62,000 to programs throughout Union, Wallowa counties.
The grants awarded in Union and Wallowa counties are part of $264,541 the Wildhorse Foundation has donated to 41 organizations in Oregon and Washington so far this year. The Wildhorse Foundation, with its latest round of donations, has now topped the $10 million mark. The foundation has made $10.4 million in contributions since it was founded in 2001. Click here for complete story.
The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission has received a $7,500 grant from the Wildhorse Foundation to improve safety for tribal anglers. Click here for full story.
Nearly 100 Healthy Families home visits a week will include safe rides — thanks to a grant from the Wildhorse Foundation.
The Umatilla Morrow Head Start Inc. program received $10,000 to purchase a new vehicle, which will be used to better serve high risk families and children in the area.
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