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2023 Grants Recipients – $126,700 To Communities Across Oregon

Without you, our riders, sponsors, and volunteers, this Grant Program would not exist. Thank you for being a part of our mission to impact communities through cycling. Throughout the history of Cycle Oregon, we have donated over $2.6million to communities, organizations, and bicycling infrastructure across the state. Together, we awarded 27 grants totaling nearly $127,000 in 2023.

Here are our 2023 grant recipients:

Blue Mountain Singletrack Club – Pump Track Construction in LaGrande – $10,000
Building Healthy Families – Bike Fleet and Equipment in Enterprise – $10,050 
City of Antelope – Community Outdoor Pavilion – $18,750 
Joseph Branch Trail Consortium – Trailhead Infrastructure & Rail Bike in Enterprise – $10,000 
McKenzie Valley Wellness – Generator and Propane Tank for Clinic in Blue River – $5,000
Nestucca Valley School District – Nestucca Soccer Club – $3,000
Nestucca Valley School District – Bike Skills Park – Phase I – $25,000
Philomath Community Services – Equipment for Programs and Food Bank – $5,000

We awarded grants to our Classic volunteer groups for general operations to their organizations:

Alsea Community Effort – $1,150
City of Toledo – $4,450
Corvallis High School Boys Soccer – $2,600
Corvallis High School Robotics Team – $2,200
Creekside Community Church – $2,900
Julliette’s House – $1,500
Nestucca High School Cross Country Team – $3,000
Nestucca High School Sophmore Class – $1,000
Nestucca High School Track Team – $1,200
Nestucca High School Volleyball Team – $1,100
Nestucca Valley School District no. 101 – $3,950
Yamhill County Elementary School – $1,550
Pleasant Hill High School Basketball – $3,600
Swarm Robotics (West Albany High School) – $1,800
WAHS Band Program (Albany, OR) – $1,100
WAHS Girls Soccer (Albany, OR) – $1,200
PURR (Toledo, OR) – $2,400 
Yaquina Pacific Railroad Historical Society – $1,000
YCHS Baseball/Softball (Yamhill, OR) – $2,200

About our Grant Program

At the end of each year, through grants from the Cycle Oregon Fund, Cycle Oregon awards much-needed financial support to organizations and programs doing work to support Oregon’s beloved community hubs and cycling infrastructure. These groups make a huge difference throughout Oregon and we are honored to be able to support them.

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