2011 List: 100 Best Nonprofits To Work For in Oregon

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Articles - October 2011
Thursday, September 22, 2011

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX

SMALL ORGANIZATIONS MEDIUM ORGANIZATIONS LARGE ORGANIZATIONS
Africa Bridge 22 Adelante Mujeres 3 BestCare Treatment Services 26
Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Ctr. 33 Benton Hospice Service 8 Blanchet Catholic School 25
Broadway Rose Theatre Company 28 Children’s Cancer Association 22 Cascade AIDS Project 17
Child Care Development Services 1 Children’s Relief Nursery 32 Catholic Charities 8
Citizens’ Utility Board of Oregon 19 Clackamas Women’s Services 19 Cedar Mill Community Library Association 6
Compassion Center 17 Friends of Trees 26 Cedar Sinai Park 29
Family Relief Nursery 20 Full Access 1 Childpeace Montessori School 10
Focus the Nation 15 Growing Tree Children’s Center 27 ColumbiaCare Services Inc. 32
Galt Foundation 16 Hacienda CDC 31 Community Counseling Solutions 21
Hands On Greater Portland 8 HIV Alliance 16 Dallas Retirement Village 19
Hollywood Senior Center 9 JOIN 14 Edwards Center Inc. 31
Housing Development Center 27 National Indian Child Welfare Association 13 Family Building Blocks 13
“I Have a Dream” Oregon 13 Northwest Family Services 11 Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization 33
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest 25 Northwest Housing Alternatives 12 La Salle Catholic College Preparatory 20
League of Women Voters of Oregon 18 Oregon Medical Association 24 Life Flight Network 7
Macdonald Center 23 Oregon Partnership 5 Living Opportunities 28
Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp 4 Our House 9 Mary’s Woods at Marylhurst 3
NAMI Multnomah 29 Our United Villages 21 Mercy Corps 15
Neighborhood Economic Development Corp. 11 Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives Inc. 23 Metropolitan Family Service 12
Northwest Pilot Project 6 Portland YouthBuilders 10 Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency 34
Oregon Environmental Council 2 Providence Federal Credit Union 18 Oregon Gymnastics Academy 4
Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation 24 Raphael House of Portland 17 Oregon Research Institute 1
Playworks 5 Ride Connection 6 Oregonians Credit Union 14
Portland Women’s Crisis Line 26 Ronald McDonald House Charities, OR/SW-WA 2 Outside In 11
Sisters Of The Road 31 Rural Development Initiatives 30 Partnerships in Community Living Inc. 23
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Portland 30 Saving Grace 15 Pearl Buck Center Incorporated 18
Sustainable Northwest 14 SMART (Start Making A Reader Today) 29 PECI 24
The Dougy Center 32 Sponsors Inc. 20 Portland Community Media 22
The Northwest Catholic Counseling Center 12 St. Andrew Legal Clinic 25 REACH Community Development 2
Travel Salem 10 Stand for Children 7 Relief Nursery Inc. 27
Volunteers in Medicine, Clinic of the Cascades 21 Sunstone Montessori School 28 Shangri-La Corporation 30
Western Rivers Conservancy 7 Travel Oregon 33 South Coast Business Employment Corp. 5
Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas Co. 3 Valley Credit Union 4 Tualatin Valley Water District 9
University Medical Group 16


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