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2011 List: 100 Best Nonprofits To Work For in Oregon

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Articles - October 2011
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Article Index
2011 List: 100 Best Nonprofits To Work For in Oregon
Top 33 Small Organizations
Top 33 Medium Organizations
Top 34 Large Organizations
Methodology
Alphabetical Index

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LARGE ORGANIZATIONS

50 OR MORE OREGON EMPLOYEES

RANK 2011 2010 ORGANIZATION
WEBSITE
CITY SENIOR EXECUTIVE
TITLE
EMPs OR / TOTAL PURPOSE SCORE EMPLOYEE / EMPLOYER TOTAL
1 4 Oregon Research Institute
ori.org
Eugene Byron Glidden
Interim Executive Director
250
275
Human behavior research 428.4
82.0
510.36
2 5 REACH Community Development
reachcdc.org
Portland Dee Walsh
Executive Director
86
86
Affordable housing development and management; free home repairs for low-income households 430.6
76.8
507.40
3 3 Mary's Woods at Marylhurst
maryswoods.com
Lake Oswego Marvin Kaiser, Diane Hood
CEO, COO/CFO
246
246
Continuing care retirement community 429.6
68.0
497.64
4 NR Oregon Gymnastics Academy
ogagym.org
Beaverton Lisa Havelind
Executive Director
65
65
Gymnastics programs for children of all ages and abilities 439.8
53.6
493.41
5 12 South Coast Business Employment Corp.
scbec.org
Coos Bay J. J. McLeod
CEO
55
55
Provides senior services; transit services in Coos County; workforce services to low-income workers and youth 420.2
71.1
491.33
6 11 Cedar Mill Community Library Association
library.cedarmill.org
Portland Peter Leonard
Executive Director
80
80
Public library 423.0
66.0
488.98
7 15 Life Flight Network
lifeflight.org
Aurora Michael Griffiths
CEO
50
155
Emergency air medical services for heart attack, injury, accident, etc.; serving the Northwest and Intermountain West 407.6
80.4
488.01
8 NR Catholic Charities
catholiccharitiesoregon.org
Portland Dennis Keenan
Executive Director
200
200
Pregnancy support/adoption; immigration legal aid; refugee resettlement; youth services; housing and homeless services 414.7
73.2
487.90
9 NR Tualatin Valley Water District
tvwd.org
Beaverton Gregory E. DiLoreto
CEO
115
115
Special district and water utility 403.5
77.3
480.82
10 15 Childpeace Montessori School
childpeace.org
Portland Sue Pritzker
Head of School/Executive Director
55
55
Independent Montessori school for toddlers through 8th grade 402.7
75.3
477.96
11 17 Outside In
outsidein.org
Portland Dr. Kathy Oliver
Executive Director
130
130
Medical care and wraparound services to help homeless youth become self-sufficient 407.0
68.0
475.04
12 12 Metropolitan Family Service
metfamily.org
Portland Krista Larson
Executive Director
80
80
Programs for children, families and older adults including after-school programs, transportation and parent education 401.0
72.7
473.68
13 10 Family Building Blocks
familybuildingblocks.org
Salem Sue Miller
Executive Director
70
70
Early-childhood and therapeutic support services for families 415.9
56.7
472.60
14 6 Oregonians Credit Union
ofcu.com
Milwaukie Chuck Garner
CEO/President
73
73
Credit union 400.2
67.0
467.21
15 22 Mercy Corps
mercycorps.org
Portland Neal Keny-Guyer
CEO
200
3700
Alleviates suffering, poverty and oppression internationally by helping build secure, productive, just communities 393.0
73.7
466.7
16 NR University Medical Group
ohsu.edu
Portland Tom Heckler, Matt Navigato
CEO, COO
180
180
Medical billing organization for Oregon Health & Science University 389.9
75.3
465.16
17 33 Cascade AIDS Project
cascadeaids.org
Portland Michael Kaplan
Executive Director
50
50
Services to prevent HIV infections, support and empower people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS 394.6
67.0
461.61
18 21 Pearl Buck Center Incorporated
pearlbuckcenter.com
Eugene Jan Aho
Executive Director
72
72
Vocational, recreational and educational services for those affected by disabilities 396.5
64.4
460.93
19 16 Dallas Retirement Village
dallasretirementvillage.com
Dallas David K. Parrett
Executive Director
260
260
Senior housing and care community 394.3
65.5
459.76
20 31 La Salle Catholic College Preparatory
lsprep.org
Milwaukie Denise L. Jones
President
79
79
Catholic, co-ed college preparatory school that lets students realize their maximum potential 388.6
70.1
458.70
21 16 Community Counseling Solutions
communitycounselingsolutions.org
Heppner Kimberly Lindsay
Executive Director
65
65
Outpatient mental health and addiction treatment, residential mental health treatment 387.4
68.6
455.96
22 NR Portland Community Media
pcmtv.org
Portland Cece Hughley Noel
Executive Director
53
53
Promotes civic participation with tools, training and access to production of local non-commercial television and other media 395.0
60.8
455.82
23 28 Partnerships in Community Living Inc.
pclpartnership.org
Monmouth Zellee Allen
Executive Director
650
650
Services to people with developmental disabilities in their homes and jobs 383.4
71.1
454.53
24 NR PECI
peci.org
Portland Phil Welker
Executive Director
295
371
Energy-efficiency solutions 379.5
72.7
452.18
25 29 Blanchet Catholic School
blanchetcatholicschool.com
Salem Charles E. Lee
President
50
50
Education of grades 6 through 12 389.4
61.9
451.26
26 NR BestCare Treatment Services
bestcaretreatment.org
Redmond Rick Treleaven
Executive Director
97
97
Care and treatment of addiction and mental illness 376.1
73.2
449.30
27 NR Relief Nursery Inc.
reliefnursery.org
Eugene Kelly Sutherland
Executive Director
99
99
Child and family support and strengthening 386.4
62.9
449.29
28 20 Living Opportunities
livingopps.org
Medford Roger Hassenpflug
CEO
167
167
Services for people with developmental disabilities 388.3
60.8
449.12

29

(tie)

NR Cedar Sinai Park
cedarsinaipark.org
Portland David Fuks
CEO
250
250
Residential and community-based care for elders and adults with special needs 382.0
64.4
446.43

29

(tie)

18 Shangri-La Corporation
shangrilacorp.org
Salem Jan Kral
CEO
375
375
Housing, education, job skills training, specialized supports and activities for those with disabilities and disadvantages 378.9
67.5
446.43
31 NR Edwards Center Inc.
edwardscenter.org
Aloha Jessica Leitner
Executive Director
195
195
Supports adults with developmental disabilities in both residential and employment settings 380.8
60.8
441.62
32 23 ColumbiaCare Services Inc.
columbiacare.org
Medford Robert C. Beckett
Executive Director/President
200
200
Promotes mental health and welfare of individuals with a progressive regional system of behavioral heath care facilities 374.4
67.0
441.41
33 NR Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization
irco.org
Portland Sokhom Tauch
Executive Director
153
153
Promotes integration of refugees, immigrants, and the community at large into a self-sufficient, healthy, and inclusive society 369.6
71.6
441.25
34 25 Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency
mwvcaa.org
Salem Teresa Cox
Executive Director
200
200
Services that address, alleviate, and eliminate poverty in Marion and Polk counties 372.3
68.0
440.34


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