Building Community Strengthening Nonprofits
Nonprofit Network Southwest Washington is focused on creating an infrastructure of support for local nonprofits in a rapidly growing and dynamic community.
Launched in January 2013
The Mazamas is a nonprofit Mountaineering Education Organization based in Portland, Oregon. It offers over 1000 climbs and hikes annually, classes and activities for every level and is open to both members and nonmembers.
Launched in February 2014
Salem Academy emphasizes educational excellence while seeking to build character and values within the life of each student. The founders’ vision was to produce graduates with a strong sense of right and wrong and the courage to stand with integrity in a world that seems to have lost its standards.
Launched in February 2014
Boys & Girls Club inspires and enables all youth, grades 1-12, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens through the development of a positive self-image and self-reliance.
Launched in July 2014
the Quality of Life
Community Services, Inc. maximizes the quality of life for people with Developmental Disabilities by providing for individualized support services, community based services and lifestyle opportunities.
Launched in August 2013
The Portland State University Foundation enhances the development of PSU through our relationships, resources, and guidance.
Launched in December 2013
listen, think, grow.
Oregon Humanities connects Oregonians to ideas that change lives and transform communities through programing and publications that encourage Oregonians to learn about and discuss social, cultural, and public issues.
Relaunched in October 2013
Preparing for Success
San José Unified School District (SJUSD) is California’s eleventh largest urban school district with nearly 2,000 staff that serve 30,000 students and their families daily.
Over 60 school, community and employee-only websites launched for SJUSD since 2006
Portland Baroque Orchestra produces fresh and historically informed interpretations of music composed before 1840 for a wide audience, educates the community, and its youth, about composers, themes and performance practices of this music through world-class professional performances, community outreach and dialogue.
Launched in March 2013
Filling a critical
health care gap.
The SW Community Health Center assures quality health services to those lacking adequate resources to access necessary care because all people should have access to quality basic health services regardless of their income, ethnicity or social circumstances.
Launched in July 2013