100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon 2012


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Our 4th annual 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon project celebrates great workplaces in the nonprofit sector. Nearly 5,000 employees and volunteers from 169 nonprofits statewide participated in this year’s survey.

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1012 NonprofitList

Our 4th annual 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon project celebrates great workplaces in the nonprofit sector. Nearly 5,000 employees and volunteers from 169 nonprofits statewide participated in this year’s survey.

The nonprofit project is based on Oregon Business’ 20-year-old, widely recognized 100 Best Companies project. The nonprofit project was created to recognize nonprofits as key businesses critical to the economic health of the state, employing hundreds of thousands of Oregonians.

There was no cost to enter the survey, and any organization registered as a nonprofit or not-for-profit or government group was eligible. Oregon Business research editor Brandon Sawyer, along with research partners DHM Research and The Nonprofit Association of Oregon, helped develop the survey and compile the results.

Here are the 2012 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon as chosen by the people who count the most — the people who work there. We celebrate your great workplaces.


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  LARGE ORGANIZATIONS
  •••••50 OR MORE OREGON EMPLOYEES•••••
RANK 20122011ORGANIZATION
WEBSITE
CITYSENIOR EXECUTIVE
TITLE
EMPs OR / TOTALPURPOSESCORE EMPLOYEE/ EMPLOYERTOTAL
17Life Flight Network
lifeflight.org
AuroraMichael Griffiths
CEO
90
196
Emergency air medical services for heart attack, injury, accident, etc.434.4
82
516.33
21Oregon Research Institute
ori.org
EugeneByron Glidden
Administrative Director
220
240
Human-behavior research436
79.4
515.41
34Oregon Gymnastics Academy
ogagym.org
BeavertonLisa Havelind
Executive Director
60
60
Gymnastics programs for children of all ages and abilities448.2
59.8
508.02
49Tualatin Valley Water District
tvwd.org
BeavertonGreg DiLoreto
CEO
117
117
Special district and water utility427.7
79.4
507.06
5NREnergy Trust of Oregon
energytrust.org
PortlandMargie Harris
Executive Director
86
86
Helps utility customers save energy and tap renewable resources427.8
75.3
503.07
62REACH Community Development
reachcdc.org
PortlandDee Walsh
xecutive Director
96
96
Affordable housing development and management, free home repairs, etc.423.2
77.3
500.49
7NRB’nai B’rith Camp
www.bbcamp.org
BeavertonMichelle Koplan
Executive Director
130
130
Summer overnight camp for Jewish children437.5
60.8
498.36
89Our House
ourhouseofportland.org
PortlandWayne Miya
xecutive Director
59
59
Provides health and housing services to people living with HIV/AIDS432.7
65.5
498.17
93Mary’s Woods at Marylhurst
maryswoods.com
Lake OswegoMarvin Kaiser
CEO
200
200
Continuing-care retirement community427.6
62.9
490.51
10NROpen Meadow Alternative Schools
openmeadow.org
PortlandAndrew Mason
Executive Director
80
80
Educates youth in personal responsibility, academics and community service424.3
65.5
489.71
1111Northwest Family Services
nwfs.org
PortlandRose Fuller
Executive Director
50
50
Professional counseling, job readiness, positive youth development, etc.431.6
56.2
487.74
128Catholic Charities
catholiccharitiesoregon.org
PortlandPietro Ferrari
Executive Director
200
200
Pregnancy support/adoption, immigration/refugee aid, youth services410.2
72.2
482.37
13NRChildren’s Nursing Specialties
cnsnursing.org
PortlandPatti Sadowski
Executive Director
76
76
Home-based nursing for medically fragile children and young adults417.8
61.9
479.62
1428Living Opportunities
livingopps.org
MedfordRoger Hassenpflug
CEO
162
162
Services for people with developmental disabilities413.6
64.4
478.06
1512Metropolitan Family Service
metfamily.org
PortlandJudy Applegate Strand
CEO
82
82
Programs for children, families and older adults; parent education403.1
74.2
477.37
16NRMaps Credit Union
mapscu.com
SalemMark Zook
CEO
170
170
Credit union410.1
66
476.08
17NRRose Villa Senior Living
rosevilla.org
PortlandVassar Byrd
CEO
120
120
Continuing-care retirement community407.9
66.5
474.36
1810Childpeace Montessori School
childpeace.org
PortlandSue Pritzker
Head of School
50
50
Independent Montessori school for toddlers through 8th grade396.7
74.2
470.89
19NRNW Energy Efficiency Alliance
neea.org
PortlandSusan E. Stratton
Executive Director
60
60
Accelerating energy-efficient products, services, practices in the Northwest392.5
77.3
469.84
2017Cascade AIDS Project
cascadeaids.org
PortlandMichael Kaplan
Executive Director
51
51
Prevention of HIV infection, support for people affected by HIV/AIDS396.2
72.7
468.85
2121Community Counseling Solutions
communitycounselingsolutions.org
HeppnerKimberly Lindsay
Executive Director
93
93
Outpatient mental-health and addiction treatment, residential mental health, etc.401.6
67
468.59
22NRCascade Health Solutions
cascadehealth.org
EugeneCheryl Boyum
CEO
130
130
Home health, hospice, occupational medicine and community wellness394.8
70.6
465.46
2323Partnerships in Community Living
pclpartnership.org
MonmouthZellee Allen
xecutive Director
675
675
Services to people with developmental disabilities in their homes and jobs391.3
72.7
464.01
24NRHuman Solutions
humansolutions.org
PortlandJean DeMaster
Executive Director
86
86
Helps low-income and homeless achieve self-sufficiency407.8
53.1
460.91
25NRSAIF Corporation
saif.com
SalemBrenda Rocklin
President andCEO
807
807
State-chartered workers’ compensation company371.4
85.1
456.4
26NRPentagon Federal Credit Union
penfed.org
EugeneChris Martin
VP, Regional Svc.
360
1442
Credit union392.4
63.9
456.33
2720La Salle Catholic College Preparatory
lsprep.org
MilwaukieDenise L. Jones
President
65
65
Catholic, co-ed college preparatory school, transformative education390.5
64.4
454.97
2813Family Building Blocks
familybuildingblocks.org
SalemSue Miller
Executive Director
80
80
Early-childhood and therapeutic family support services393
60.3
453.29
2931Edwards Center
edwardscenter.org
AlohaJessica Leitner
Executive Director
200
200
Residential and employment support for adults with developmental disabilities385.9
63.9
449.86
3015Mercy Corps
mercycorps.org
PortlandNeal Keny-Guyer
CEO
200
4,000
Alleviates suffering, poverty and oppression internationally374
75.8
449.76
31NRUnited Cerebral Palsy OR/SW WA
acommunityforeveryone.org
PortlandAnn Coffey
Executive Director
118
118
Developmental disability advocate and service provider389.3
56.7
445.98
32NRNeighborImpact
neighborimpact.org
RedmondSharon Miller
Executive Director
180
180
Serves the economically disadvantaged of Central Oregon376
69.1
445.06
3332ColumbiaCare Services
columbiacare.org
MedfordRobert C. Beckett
Executive Director
238
244
Promotes mental health with regional system of behavioral heath care facilities374.2
68.6
442.75

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  MEDIUM ORGANIZATIONS
  •••••20-49 OREGON EMPLOYEES•••••
RANK 20122011ORGANIZATION
WEBSITE
CITYSENIOR EXECUTIVE
TITLE
EMPs OR / TOTALPURPOSESCORE EMPLOYEE/ EMPLOYERTOTAL
11Full Access
fullaccess.org
EugeneMargaret Theisen
CEO
35
35
Case coordination and fiscal support for adults with intellectual/develop. disabilities452.2
80.4
532.58
212Northwest Housing Alternatives
nwhousing.org
MilwaukieMartha McLennan
Executive Director
29
29
Affordable housing and homeless services449.8
72.7
522.44
320Sponsors
sponsorsinc.org
EugenePaul Solomon
Executive Director
26
26
Re-entry for people with criminal histories, transitional to permanent housing452.6
65.5
518.08
415Saving Grace
saving-grace.org
BendJanet Huerta
Executive Director
28
28
Domestic violence and sexual assault agency in Central Oregon436.2
75.3
511.5
52Ronald McDonald House Charities OR/SW WA
rmhcoregon.org
PortlandTom Soma
Executive Director
24
24
Provides a “home away from home” to families with seriously ill children445.6
61.9
507.5
65Oregon Partnership/Lines for Life
linesforlife.org
PortlandJudy Cushing
CEO
28
28
Ending substance abuse and suicide through 5 crisis lines and education444.8
58.8
503.6
7NRBradley Angle
bradleyangle.org
PortlandDeborah Steinkopf
Executive Director
20
20
Domestic-violence services431.3
69.1
500.35
811NEDCO
nedcocdc.org
SpringfieldClaire Seguin
Executive Director
23
23
Revitalizes communities, builds affordable homes, financial management services429
66.5
495.53
9NRBark
bark-out.org
PortlandAlex P. Brown
Executive Director
26
26
Empowering Oregonians to protect and restore Mt. Hood National Forest437.7
56.2
493.93
106Ride Connection
rideconnection.org
PortlandElaine Wells
Executive Director
47
47
Safe, reliable transportation options to help maintain individuals’ independence419.4
70.1
489.46
11NRBend Area Habitat for Humanity
bendhabitat.org
BendMark Quinlan
Executive Director
22
500
Builds and sells affordable housing417.2
68
485.19
1214JOIN
joinpdx.com
PortlandMarc Jolin
Executive Director
21
21
Homeless street outreach and housing416.9
66
482.9
1310Portland YouthBuilders
pybpdx.org
PortlandJill Walters
Executive Director
24
24
High-school completion, vocational training and leadership dev. for low-income youth406.5
74.2
480.72
14NRCASA of Oregon
casaoforegon.org
SherwoodPeter Hainley
Executive Director
20
20
Affordable housing, neighborhood facilities for underserved communities397.7
82.5
480.19
1530Rural Development Initiatives
rdiinc.org
EugeneCraig Smith
Executive Director
26
26
Builds leadership networks and rural communities405.2
70.6
475.85
16NRDogs for the Deaf
dogsforthedeaf.org
Central PointVaughn Maurice
General Manager
29
29
Rescues dogs from shelters, trains and places them with those needing help412.6
61.9
474.48
17NRAshland Supportive Hsg. & Comm. Outreach
ashlandash.org
AshlandL. Sue Crader
Executive Director
32
32
Housing and direct-care support for people with developmental disabilities418
55.7
473.7
18NREugene Hearing & Speech Center
eugenehearingspeech.org
EugeneDoris Towery
Executive Director
24
24
Provides audiological and speech language services413.7
58.8
472.41
195South Coast Business Employment Corp.
scbec.org
Coos BayJ. J. McLeod
CEO
42
42
Senior services, workforce services to low-income, dislocated adults and youth406.1
66
472.09
2013National Indian Child Welfare Association
nicwa.org
PortlandTerry L. Cross
Executive Director
23
23
Technical-aid training, information and advocacy for Indian child welfare402.1
69.1
471.21
21NRThe Freshwater Trust
thefreshwatertrust.org
PortlandJoe Whitworth
President
29
29
Freshwater restoration, conservation and education400.3
70.1
470.38
2233Travel Oregon
traveloregon.com
SalemTodd Davidson
CEO
31
31
Tourism promotion for the state of Oregon392.2
77.8
470.06
23NRFriendly House
friendlyhouseinc.org
PortlandVaune Albanese
Executive Director
40
40
Neighborhood center and social services for children, families, adults and seniors382.4
74.2
456.62
24NRConservation Biology Institute
consbio.org
CorvallisJames R. Strittholt
Executive Director
21
30
Scientific expertise to support conservation and recovery of biological diversity394.3
61.9
456.11
2527Growing Tree Children’s Center
thegrowingtree.org
BendTammy Rundle
Executive Director
25
25
Year-round early childhood education399.2
54.6
453.8
2628Sunstone Montessori School
sunstonemontessori.org
PortlandCathy Newman
Head of School
21
21
Preschool and elementary Montessori school396.2
54.1
450.27
2724Oregon Medical Association
theoma.org
PortlandJoanne K. Bryson
EVP andCEO
23
23
Physician membership association380.2
69.6
449.79
28NRThe Next Door
nextdoorinc.org
Hood RiverJanet Hamada
Executive Director
45
45
Prevention and treatment services for children and families387.7
61.9
449.6
2929SMART (Start Making A Reader Today)
getsmartoregon.org
PortlandChris Otis
Executive Director
33
33
Recruits volunteers to read one-on-one with pre-K to third-grade children387.2
61.9
449.07
3026Friends of Trees
friendsoftrees.org
PortlandScott Fogarty
Executive Director
21
21
Tree planting and community building391.3
56.7
448.01
3123Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives
pcrihome.org
PortlandMaxine Fitzpatrick
Executive Director
30
30
Affordable housing to provide family stability, self-sufficiency377.3
70.1
447.35
32NRFamily Tree Relief NurseryAlbanyRenee Smith
Executive Director
25
25
Child-abuse prevention program394.9
50.5
445.39
3316HIV Alliance
hivalliance.org
EugeneDiane Lang
Executive Director
38
38
Supports those living with HIV/AIDS and prevents new infections374
62.4
436.33

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  SMALL ORGANIZATIONS
  •••••FEWER THAN 20OREGON EMPLOYEES•••••
RANK 20122011ORGANIZATION
WEBSITE
CITYSENIOR EXECUTIVE
TITLE
EMPs OR / TOTALPURPOSESCORE EMPLOYEE/ EMPLOYERTOTAL
12Oregon Environmental Council
oeconline.org
PortlandAndrea Durbin
Executive Director
17
17
Safeguards clean air and water, an unpolluted landscape and healthy food451.3
86.1
537.33
2NRCoquille Indian Housing Authority
coquilleiha.org
Coos BayAnne F Cook
Executive Director
10
10
Indian housing programs458.5
70.1
528.62
3NRAim High Academy of Martial Arts
aimhighma.org
BeavertonDan Sikkens
Executive Director
19
19
Martial arts education and development for youth and adults452.1
72.7
524.82
47Western Rivers Conservancy
westernrivers.org
PortlandPhil Wallin
President
11
14
Conservation of river ecosystems through land acquisition445.3
78.4
523.68
520Family Relief Nursery – Cottage Grove
frncg.org
Cottage GroveHeather Murphy
Executive Director
16
16
Child-abuse prevention and therapeutic family support services459.7
61.9
521.58
64Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp
mhkc.org
PortlandKaleen Deatherage
Executive Director
9
9
Outdoor experiences for individuals with disabilities for personal growth, inclusion451.1
70.1
521.21
7NRFriends of the Columbia Gorge
gorgefriends.org
PortlandKevin Gorman
Executive Director
13
13
Protects scenic, natural, cultural and recreational resources in the Columbia Gorge445.3
71.1
516.4
823Macdonald Center
macdcenter.org
PortlandPatricia Janik
Executive Director
11
11
Outreach, housing, support for low-income adults with disabilities441.7
73.7
515.38
916Galt Foundation
galtfoundation.org
SalemDennis Moore
Executive Director
10
20
Temporary staffing services employing individuals with disabilities457
58.3
515.25
1030Society of St. Vincent de Paul
svdppdx.org
PortlandAnna Plaster
Executive Director
14
14
Emergency food, rent and utility assistance449.2
64.4
513.66
11NRBig Brothers Big Sisters of Lane County
bbbslane.org
EugeneSari M. Pascoe, Ph.D.
CEO
11
11
Mentoring programs445.5
62.9
508.34
126Northwest Pilot Project
nwpilotproject.org
PortlandSusan Emmons
Executive Director
15
15
Assists low-income seniors in finding affordable housing and in living independently449.6
58.8
508.32
13NRSitka Center for Art and Ecology
sitkacenter.org
OtisEric Vines
Executive Director
7
7
Art and ecology workshops, artist residencies, annual contemporary art show453.3
48.5
501.78
14NRPortland Homeless Family Solutions
pdxhfs.org
PortlandBrandi Tuck
Executive Director
14
14
Temporary emergency shelter for homeless families with children, etc.435
66.5
501.49
1513“I Have a Dream” Foundation – Oregon
ihaveadreamoregon.org
PortlandMark Langseth
President andCEO
11
11
Helps low-income children succeed in school and college426.3
74.2
500.57
164Valley Credit Union
vhpecu.org
SalemJean Wheat-Palm
President andCEO
18
18
Credit union serving the health care and postal service fields430
66
495.98
17NRElders in Action
eldersinaction.org
PortlandLeslie Foren
Executive Director
6
6
Quality-of-life advocacy for older adults436.3
58.3
494.59
18NRCompassion First
compassionfirst.org
BeavertonMike Mercer
President
3
16
Aftercare and legal advocacy for child-sex trafficking survivors, police training, etc.419
74.7
493.74
19NRGresham Chamber of Commerce
greshamchamber.org
GreshamAlison Hart
CEO
3
3
Chamber of commerce441.7
51.6
493.22
20NRGrowing Gardens
growing-gardens.org
PortlandDebra Lippoldt
Executive Director
8
8
Promotes home and school food gardening427.3
63.9
491.25
215Playworks
playworks.org
PortlandJonathan Blasher
Executive Director
19
450
Supports safe, healthy and inclusive play and physical activity in schools410.7
79.9
490.57
22NRYoung Entrepreneurs Business Week
yebw.org
SalemKelly O’Brien
Executive Director
2
2
Entrepreneurship, finance, career readiness, etc. for high school students416.7
72.7
489.34
23NROregon Wild
oregonwild.org
PortlandSean Stevens
Executive Director
11
11
Protecting and restoring Oregon’s wild lands, wildlife and waters423.3
62.9
486.23
2414Sustainable Northwest
sustainablenorthwest.org
PortlandMartin Goebel
President
11
11
Nonpartisan support for a community-oriented, conservation-based economy404.5
81.4
485.89
2525Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest
jvcnorthwest.org
PortlandJeanne Haster
Executive Director
18
18
Recruits full-time volunteers for social service, env., school and health programs420.9
65
485.87
26NRPacific Rivers Council
pacificrivers.org
PortlandJohn Kober
Executive Director
6
6
River conservation427.9
56.7
484.62
2726Portland Women’s Crisis Line
pwcl.org
PortlandRebecca Nickels
Executive Director
9
9
Domestic- and sexual-violence intervention and response425.9
57.7
483.62
28NRClean Energy Works Oregon
cleanenergyworksoregon.org
PortlandDerek Smith
CEO
18
18
Energy-efficiency upgrades that create jobs and energy savings417.4
65.5
482.85
29NRCaldera
calderaarts.org
PortlandTricia Snell
Executive Director
17
17
Year-round youth-group mentoring through the arts413.6
69.1
482.68
3012Northwest Catholic Counseling Center
nwcounseling.org
PortlandErin Peters
Executive Director
17
17
Behavioral-health services for all who seek counseling regardless of faith or finances419.7
60.3
480.03
31NRCentro LatinoAmericano
centrolatinoamericano.org
EugeneMarcela Mendoza
Executive Director
11
11
Social services, mental health and substance- abuse services for Latinos430.3
49
479.28
32NRVolunteers in Medicine Clinic
vim-clinic.org
SpringfieldDeLeesa Meashintubby
Executive Director
18
18
Free medical services for low-income, uninsured adults in Lane County411
67
478
33NRJewish Federation of Greater Portland
jewishportland.org
PortlandMarc N. Blattner
President andCEO
13
13
Fundraising and community building410.3
63.9
474.23
3433Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center
866uswomen.org
PortlandPaula Lucas
Executive Director
11
11
Serving American victims of abuse in foreign countries419.7
51.6
471.25

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METHODOLOGY

EMPLOYEE SURVEY

The survey was voluntary and free of charge. Participating nonprofits had to employ at least 10 Oregon workers (and/or volunteers who worked an average of 20 or more hours per month) at the time of the survey. Organizations were categorized as small if they had fewer than 20 Oregon employees; medium if they employed 20-49; and large if they employed 50 or more in Oregon. For the 2012 survey nearly 5,000 nonprofit workers rated their satisfaction with 169 organizations in 25 workplace qualities — five in each of the following categories:

  1. Work environment: scheduling, diversity, family balance, teamwork, fun, technology, policies and procedures
  2. Management and communications: treatment and feedback from supervisors, workplace communications, discipline for poor performance, rewards and acknowledgement for top performance
  3. Mission and goals: progress of mission, trust in management and board, employee involvement in decisions, community support, workplace pride
  4. Career development and learning: on-the-job training, off-site education and training, growth opportunities, promotion and advancement, job goals and expectations
  5. Benefits and compensation: adequacy and fairness of pay, health and wellness plan, retirement plan, paid time off and leave, opportunities for better pay and benefits

EMPLOYER BENEFITS SURVEY

Organization representatives answered about 50 questions covering a comprehensive set of benefits including health and wellness, time off, family-friendly policies, work scheduling, incentives, retirement plans and culture.

SCORING

The employee survey counted for 5/6 of a nonprofit’s score. For each organization, the average employee satisfaction rating was calculated in each of the five categories above on a scale of 0-100. The benefits survey was also scored on a 100-point scale, accounting for the remaining 1/6 of the overall score, resulting in a total possible score of 600.

HOW TO ENTER THE 2013 100 BEST NONPROFITS:

  1. Eligibility: Any nonprofit 501(c)-type organization, government agency, association, hospital, credit union, etc., with at least 10 employees (and/or volunteers who work an average of 20 or more hours per month) in Oregon will be eligible to enter the 2013 survey. Organizations may be based outside the state but only their Oregon workers may participate.
  2. Survey period: The process for 2013’s list will begin in April and end in June 2013. There is no charge to participate, and organizations that do not make the list will remain anonymous. All participants that complete the process can obtain survey results.
  3. Submitting your workplace: Send an email with your name, title, phone number and email address to: [email protected].
  4. Mark your calendar: The sign-up link will be posted to www.oregon100best.com in April 2013.

 

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX

LARGE ORGANIZATIONS MEDIUM ORGANIZATIONS SMALL ORGANIZATIONS
B’nai B’rith Camp7 Ashland Supportive Hsg. & Comm. Outreach17 Aim High Academy of Martial Arts3
Cascade AIDS Project20 Bark9 Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Ctr.34
Cascade Health Solutions22 Bend Area Habitat for Humanity11 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lane County11
Catholic Charities12 Bradley Angle7 Caldera29
Childpeace Montessori School18 CASA of Oregon14 Centro LatinoAmericano31
Children’s Nursing Specialties13 Conservation Biology Institute24 Clean Energy Works Oregon28
ColumbiaCare Services33 Dogs for the Deaf16 Compassion First18
Community Counseling Solutions21 Eugene Hearing & Speech Center18 Coquille Indian Housing Authority2
Edwards Center29 Family Tree Relief Nursery32 Elders in Action17
Energy Trust of Oregon5 Friendly House23 Family Relief Nursery – Cottage Grove5
Family Building Blocks28 Friends of Trees30 Friends of the Columbia Gorge7
Human Solutions24 Full Access1 Galt Foundation9
La Salle Catholic College Preparatory27 Growing Tree Children’s Center25 Gresham Chamber of Commerce19
Life Flight Network1 HIV Alliance33 Growing Gardens20
Living Opportunities14 JOIN12 I Have a Dream Foundation – Oregon15
Maps Credit Union16 National Indian Child Welfare Association20 Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest25
Mary’s Woods at Marylhurst9 NEDCO8 Jewish Federation of Greater Portland33
Mercy Corps30 The Next Door28 Macdonald Center8
Metropolitan Family Service15 Northwest Housing Alternatives2 Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp6
NeighborImpact32 Oregon Medical Association27 The Northwest Catholic Counseling Center30
Northwest Family Services11 Oregon Partnership / Lines for Life6 Northwest Pilot Project12
NW Energy Efficiency Alliance19 Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives31 Oregon Environmental Council1
Open Meadow Alternative Schools10 Portland YouthBuilders13 Oregon Wild23
Oregon Gymnastics Academy3 Ride Connection10 Pacific Rivers Council26
Oregon Research Institute2 Ronald McDonald House Charities OR/SW WA5 Playworks21
Our House8 Rural Development Initiatives15 Portland Homeless Family Solutions14
Partnerships in Community Living23 Saving Grace4 Portland Women’s Crisis Line27
Pentagon Federal Credit Union26 SMART (Start Making A Reader Today)29 Sitka Center for Art and Ecology13
REACH Community Development6 South Coast Business Employment Corp.19 Society of St. Vincent de Paul10
Rose Villa Senior Living17 Sponsors3 Sustainable Northwest24
SAIF Corporation25 Sunstone Montessori School26 Valley Credit Union16
Tualatin Valley Water District4 The Freshwater Trust21 Volunteers in Medicine Clinic32
United Cerebral Palsy OR/SW WA31 Travel Oregon22 Western Rivers Conservancy4
      Young Entrepreneurs Business Week22

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