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100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon 2013

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Articles - October 2013
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Article Index
100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon 2013
Top 34 Large Organizations
Top 33 Medium Organizations
Top 33 Small Organizations
Methodology
Alphabetical Index

1013 Nonprofit

LARGE ORGANIZATIONS [50 OR MORE OREGON EMPLOYEES]
RANK 2013 2012 ORGANIZATION
WEBSITE
CITY SENIOR EXEC
TITLE
EMPs OR / TOTAL PURPOSE SCORE EMPLOYEE/ EMPLOYER TOTAL
1 8 Our House
ourhouseofportland.org
Portland Wayne Miya
Executive Director
55
55
Health and housing services to people living with HIV/AIDS 444.0
59.6
503.61
2 1 Life Flight Network
lifeflight.org
Aurora Michael Griffiths
CEO
125
225
Air medical emergency transport service 417.8
75.6
493.43
3 NR Emerald People's Utility District
epud.org
Eugene Scott Coe
General Manager
65
65
Electric and Internet services for 20,000+ Eugene-area customers 415.4
77.2
492.60
4 NR Oregon Community Credit Union
oregoncommunitycu.org
Eugene Angela Peacor
VP of Corporate Services
270
270
Credit union 416.2
73.6
489.78
5 6 REACH Community Development
reachcdc.org
Portland Dan Valliere
CEO
106
106
Affordable housing development, repair and management 418.9
69.5
488.40
6 16 Maps Credit Union
mapscu.com
Salem Mark Zook
CEO
180
180
Credit union 409.2
72.6
481.81
7 7 B'nai B'rith Camp
bbcamp.org
Beaverton Michelle Koplan
Executive Director
97
97
Summer camp 416.7
62.9
479.61
8 10 Open Meadow
openmeadow.org
Portland Andrew Mason
Executive Director
90
90
Helps 800+ at-risk Portland-area youth toward graduation and post-secondary achievement 411.7
67.5
479.24
9 4 Tualatin Valley Water District
tvwd.org
Beaverton Greg DiLoreto
CEO
125
125
Water utility 401.2
77.2
478.40
10 10 Ride Connection
rideconnection.org
Portland Elaine Wells
Executive Director
53
53
Transportation for older and low-income adults, people with disabilities and rural tricounty residents 409.7
67.3
477.00
11 20 Cascade AIDS Project
cascadeaids.org
Portland Glen Gilbert
Executive Director
64
64
Prevents HIV infections, supports people affected by HIV/AIDS, and eliminates social stigma 406.7
68.5
475.20
12 24 Human Solutions
humansolutions.org
Portland Jean DeMaster
Executive Director
100
100
Housing, shelter and support services for homeless and low-income families 407.8
67.0
474.81
13 28 Family Building Blocks
familybuildingblocks.org
Salem Patrice Altenhofen
Executive Director
65
65
Integrated early-childhood and therapeutic family support services 411.4
62.7
474.13
14 31 United Cerebral Palsy of OR/SW WA
acommunityforeveryone.org
Portland Ann Coffey
Executive Director
130
130
Support for persons and families experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities 416.3
57.4
473.62
15 NR Adult Learning Systems of Oregon
alsoweb.org
Troutdale Brett Turner
CEO
205
205
Vocational and residential services for people with developmental disabilities 412.0
55.3
467.35
16 19 Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
neea.org
Portland Susan E. Stratton
Executive Director
75
75
Regional energy-efficiency programs 388.0
79.2
467.18
17 NR Community Vision
cvision.org
Portland Joe Wykowski
Executive Director
200
200
Empowers Oregonians with developmental disabilities to live and work in their chosen community 410.7
56.4
467.02
18 22 Cascade Health Solutions
cascadehealth.org
Eugene Cheryl Boyum
CEO
152
152
Occupational medicine, home health, hospice and community wellness 397.1
69.8
466.92
19 NR Outside In
outsidein.org
Portland Dr. Kathy Oliver
Executive Director
135
135
Medical care and wraparound services to help homeless youth become self-sufficient 401.0
61.4
462.45
20 15 Metropolitan Family Service
metfamily.org
Portland Judy Strand
CEO
80
80
Socially innovative and preventive programs for success at home, in school and in the community 389.5
71.6
461.11
21 9 Mary's Woods at Marylhurst
maryswoods.com
Lake Oswego Dr. Marvin Kaiser
CEO
297
297
Continuing-care retirement community 389.9
70.3
460.21
22 NR Pathfinders of Oregon
pathfindersoforegon.org
Portland Sharon Darcy
Executive Director
78
78
Breaks the cycle of criminality with cognitive-based programs and services for at-risk youth and adults 393.7
64.5
458.21
23 27 La Salle Catholic College Preparatory
lsprep.org
Milwaukie Denise L. Jones
President
93
93
Catholic, college-preparatory high school 391.4
66.2
457.61
24 NR Saturday Academy
saturdayacademy.org
Portland Jeri Janowsy, Ph.D.
Executive Director
210
210
Community experts and professionals inspire youth to explore their world through hands-on learning 402.8
52.8
455.60
25 NR Dallas Retirement Village
dallasretirementvillage.com
Dallas David Parrett
Executive Director
270
270
Retirement community 381.6
71.3
452.89
26 NR Assistance League of Salem
assistanceleaguesalem.org
Salem Tish Mendenhall
President
0
0
Clothing and other services for schoolchildren, and book delivery for shut-ins 421.1
31.0
452.04
27 23 Partnerships in Community Living
pclpartnership.org
Monmouth Zellee Allen
Executive Director
700
700
Services to people with development disabilities in their homes and jobs 387.5
64.2
451.67
28 14 Living Opportunities
livingopps.org
Medford Roger Hassenpflug
CEO
157
157
Supports people with developmental disabilities 396.6
55.1
451.64
29 18 Childpeace Montessori School
childpeace.org
Portland Sue Pritzker
Head of School
60
60
Independent Montessori school for toddlers through 8th grade 379.0
72.3
451.38
30 NR OCHIN
ochin.org
Portland Abby Sears
CEO
147
158
Provides health IT, data aggregation and exchange, quality improvement and research 371.3
80.0
451.22
31 33 ColumbiaCare Services
columbiacare.org
Medford Robert C. Beckett
Executive Director
275
275
Residential and community mental health services 376.8
69.8
446.61
32 32 NeighborImpact
neighborimpact.org
Redmond Scott Cooper
Executive Director
186
186
Private social services agency 376.7
69.8
446.46
33 11 Northwest Family Services
nwfs.org
Portland Rose Fuller
Executive Director
56
56
Skills-based activities and workshops for more than 21,000 youth, teens and families each year 388.4
57.6
446.05
34 26 Pentagon Federal Credit Union
penfed.org
Springfield Christopher Martin
VP, Regional Service Manager, Operations
430
1,400
Banking and mortgage services 375.0
69.0
444.08


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+1 #1 RE: 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon 2013Guest 2013-10-20 22:53:09
I'm looking for the list of 100 best nonprofits to work for. I can't find the list and keep clicking on different links. Any thoughts? Thank you!
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+2 #2 You're in the right placeGuest 2013-10-21 02:08:29
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You're in the right article. It is displayed in 6 pages. If you click "Next," it will take you to the next page.

Alternatively, you could use the "article index." If you click "Top 34 Large Organizations," you will find that portion of the list. If you click, "Top 33 Medium Organizations," you will find that portion. And finally if you click "Top 33 Small Organizations," you will find the final portion of the list.

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