Oregon Business celebrated the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon winners at the Sentinel Hotel in Portland on Oct. 3.
The evening kicked off with a reception in one of the hotel’s splendid ballrooms.
The awards dinner took place in the Grand Ballroom.
Keynote Farres Alkhaiyer, a community services fellow at Healthy Democracy, spoke of his struggles to form a nonprofit that advocates for democratic change in his home country Syria. Alkhaiyer was subject to death threats and surveillance by the Syrian regime.
Farres Alkhaiyer, community services fellow, Healthy Democracy
Our Hall of Fame award recognizes nonprofits that have been in the list for 10 years. This year’s winners are:
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest
Life Flight Network
Northwest Family Services
Rural Development Initiatives
The 2019 Hall of Fame winners
The audience was on tenterhooks when the top 10 small, medium and large nonprofits were announced.
The Top 10
The number one small nonprofit: NTEN
The winners of the number one small nonprofit take the stage to accept their award.
In second place in the small category: Amani Center
In third place in the small category: CASA of Jackson and Josephine Counties
The number one medium nonprofit: Summit Learning Charter
Summit Learning Charter accepted the awad for number one medium nonprofit
In second place in the medium category: Inclusion
In third place in the medium category: Children’s Center
The number one large nonprofit: Baker Charter Schools
Baker Charter Schools accepts the award for the number one large best nonprofit
In second place in the large category: Adelante Mujeres
In third place in the large category: Logos Public Charter School
Congratulations to all those nonprofits which made it into the list this year. The complete ranking of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon list is here.
Photos: Jason E. Kaplan
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