ESTHER SHORT — The Pink Lemonade Project received a grant from the Oregon Health and Science University Knight Cancer Institute Community Partnership Program. The grant will enable the nonprofit organization to “create and integrate a community standard of care with medical professionals across Oregon,” according to a news release. “We are delighted to be the recipient of this critical funding which will allow Pink Lemonade Project to integrate the former Susan G. Komen Oregon and SW Washington Toni Mountain Fund for Treatment Access Program into its existing program portfolio and connect patients across Oregon who are in active treatment with financial assistance and other important resources,” Susan Stearns, chief executive officer, said in the release. The Pink Lemonade Project, at 1027 Washington St., provides support to breast cancer patients, survivors and their families. Learn more at pinklemondeproject.org.