100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon 2012

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Articles - October 2012
Friday, September 28, 2012

1012 NonprofitList

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

LARGE ORGANIZATIONS   MEDIUM ORGANIZATIONS   SMALL ORGANIZATIONS
B’nai B’rith Camp 7   Ashland Supportive Hsg. & Comm. Outreach 17   Aim High Academy of Martial Arts 3
Cascade AIDS Project 20   Bark 9   Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Ctr. 34
Cascade Health Solutions 22   Bend Area Habitat for Humanity 11   Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lane County 11
Catholic Charities 12   Bradley Angle 7   Caldera 29
Childpeace Montessori School 18   CASA of Oregon 14   Centro LatinoAmericano 31
Children’s Nursing Specialties 13   Conservation Biology Institute 24   Clean Energy Works Oregon 28
ColumbiaCare Services 33   Dogs for the Deaf 16   Compassion First 18
Community Counseling Solutions 21   Eugene Hearing & Speech Center 18   Coquille Indian Housing Authority 2
Edwards Center 29   Family Tree Relief Nursery 32   Elders in Action 17
Energy Trust of Oregon 5   Friendly House 23   Family Relief Nursery - Cottage Grove 5
Family Building Blocks 28   Friends of Trees 30   Friends of the Columbia Gorge 7
Human Solutions 24   Full Access 1   Galt Foundation 9
La Salle Catholic College Preparatory 27   Growing Tree Children’s Center 25   Gresham Chamber of Commerce 19
Life Flight Network 1   HIV Alliance 33   Growing Gardens 20
Living Opportunities 14   JOIN 12   I Have a Dream Foundation - Oregon 15
Maps Credit Union 16   National Indian Child Welfare Association 20   Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest 25
Mary’s Woods at Marylhurst 9   NEDCO 8   Jewish Federation of Greater Portland 33
Mercy Corps 30   The Next Door 28   Macdonald Center 8
Metropolitan Family Service 15   Northwest Housing Alternatives 2   Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp 6
NeighborImpact 32   Oregon Medical Association 27   The Northwest Catholic Counseling Center 30
Northwest Family Services 11   Oregon Partnership / Lines for Life 6   Northwest Pilot Project 12
NW Energy Efficiency Alliance 19   Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives 31   Oregon Environmental Council 1
Open Meadow Alternative Schools 10   Portland YouthBuilders 13   Oregon Wild 23
Oregon Gymnastics Academy 3   Ride Connection 10   Pacific Rivers Council 26
Oregon Research Institute 2   Ronald McDonald House Charities OR/SW WA 5   Playworks 21
Our House 8   Rural Development Initiatives 15   Portland Homeless Family Solutions 14
Partnerships in Community Living 23   Saving Grace 4   Portland Women’s Crisis Line 27
Pentagon Federal Credit Union 26   SMART (Start Making A Reader Today) 29   Sitka Center for Art and Ecology 13
REACH Community Development 6   South Coast Business Employment Corp. 19   Society of St. Vincent de Paul 10
Rose Villa Senior Living 17   Sponsors 3   Sustainable Northwest 24
SAIF Corporation 25   Sunstone Montessori School 26   Valley Credit Union 16
Tualatin Valley Water District 4   The Freshwater Trust 21   Volunteers in Medicine Clinic 32
United Cerebral Palsy OR/SW WA 31   Travel Oregon 22   Western Rivers Conservancy 4
            Young Entrepreneurs Business Week 22


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0 #1 Director of Youth Entrepreneur ProgarmmingGuest 2012-10-05 23:27:32
I was wondering, the guidelines say with at least 10 employees (and/or volunteers woh wor an average of 20 or more hours a month)...my question, besides your list showed companies with 2 or 3 or 6 employees, do the volunteers have to work at the non-profit an average of 20 hours a month for all 12 months? or just key months? Maybe when a conference or class or some other event is going on...I would like to enter our organization but we only have 5 employees and we do have some volunteers that work 20hours a month, but it may not be every month. Thank you, Bill Prows
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0 #2 Brandon Sawyer, Research editorGuest 2012-10-06 17:20:52
Bill,

Thanks for your question. If these volunteers are really part of the workplace team, familiar with your policies and, whether or not they work year-round, their average hours over the year add up up to about 220 hours per month/five hours per week, they can be included. We just don't want volunteers who are temporary or not really art of the team. The survey happens late April to June so they would need to be available then. They would participate in the survey except for the "Benefits and Compensation" section. Email me at if you have more questions or would like to be contacted next April.
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