2019 Grants

The foundation gifted $317,357 in Clark and Cowlitz counties in 2019 in line with their vision & mission statement. Price Foundation Executive Director Kay Dalke-Sheadel presented grant checks to these organizations:

Ridgefield Public Schools Foundation

$7,500 To be used for 3 Scholarships, tuition and books.

Lower Columbia College Foundation

$17,368 To be used for 4 scholarships, tuition and fees.

Battle Ground Education Foundation

$10,000 To be used for Earn and Learn for at risk high school students.

Lower Columbia School Gardens

$10,000 To be used for eight-week After School Garden Club for 100 Students in Kelso/Longview Schools.

Yale Valley Library District

$25,000 To be used for construction of new library.

Children’s Discovery Museum

$4,400 To be used help fund new priority training program.

Clark College Foundation

$15,000 for scholarships and  $2,000 for Student emergency fund.

Youth and Family Link

$4,330 To help connect at-risk and in-need families to education and health services.

Cascadia Technical Academy

$10,000 To be used for Camp Cascadia at risk students.

Mount St. Helens Institute

$10,000 To be used for GeoGirls ‐ girls in science related.

Sunshine Physically Handicapped

$2,000 To be used for learning and recreational activities for disabled children.

Cowlitz County Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation

$5,000 To be used for sight and hearing services to low-income individuals in Cowlitz county.

Royal Ridges Retreat

$3,336 To be used to purchase three defibrillators for over 2000 campers.

Community Health Partners

$10,000 To be used for Free Dental Clinic for uninsured.

Shriners Hospital for Children

$15,000 To be used for funding hospital beds for Clark and Cowlitz county patients.

FISH of Vancouver

$10,000 To be used to help provide year round healthy protein and fresh produce at Westside Food Bank of Vancouver.

Salmon Creek Lions Club

$7,500 To be used for eye exam machine.

FISH of Cowlitz County

$10,000 To be used to assist in buying milk to provide protein and calcium for low income families in Cowlitz county.

Clark County Firefighters Assn.

$7,830 To be used to provide smoke alarms for the elderly and underprivileged homes.

Salmon Creek Hospital Foundation

$5,000 To be used for care management interventions and emergency support for low income and very low income patients.

PeaceHealth St John Foundation

$25,000 To be used to help improve the cardiac rehabilitation program at St John Medical Center.

Area Agency on Aging and Disabilities

$15,000 To be used for the Senior Oral Health Program.  The woman on the right is recipient of our 2018 grant.

Council for the Homeless

$10,000 To be used for help for housing for homeless people dealing with cancer.

Free Clinic of SW Washington

$6,200 To be used for medications to uninsured.

Columbia Springs

$8,000 To be used for assistance  in rebuilding viewing platforms, painting of Heron House and improvements to classrooms.

Camas-Washougal Historical Society

$5,000 To provide assistance with phases six through nine of the Gathering Place project.

Stella Historical Society

$6,858 To be used for exterior renovations to the blacksmith shop and post office.

Ft Vancouver Regional Library

$25,000 To be used for Woodland library construction.

Pomeroy Living History Farm

$10,000 To be used to assist in the renovation of the 1930’s barn on the working farm.

Lelooski Foundation

$10,000 To help purchase an additional portion of the original Lelooska property adjacent to the present location.

North County Historical Museum

$5,035 To be used for the promotion of the museum and for exhibit enhancement.