100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon 2013

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Articles - October 2013
Thursday, October 10, 2013

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX

LARGE ORGANIZATIONS   MEDIUM ORGANIZATIONS   SMALL ORGANIZATIONS
Adult Learning Systems of Oregon 15   “I Have a Dream” Foundation – Oregon 10   Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center 13
Assistance League of Salem 26   211info 33   Bend Area Habitat for Humanity 28
B'nai B'rith Camp 7   Adelante Mujeres 15   Bonneville Environmental Foundation 27
Cascade AIDS Project 11   Aim High Academy Martial Arts 2   Caldera 24
Cascade Health Solutions 18   Ashland Supportive Housing 7   Cascade Employers Association 14
Childpeace Montessori School 29   BRING Recycling 16   Children's Institute 29
ColumbiaCare Services 31   Care Partners 12   Conservation Services Group 23
Community Vision 17   CASA of Oregon 30   Coquille Indian Housing Authority 4
Dallas Retirement Village 25   Children's Cancer Association 23   Elders in Action 21
Emerald People's Utility District 3   Clackamas Women's Services 29   Family Relief Nursery – Cottage Grove 7
Family Building Blocks 13   Earth Advantage 6   Friends of Zenger Farm 10
Human Solutions 12   FolkTime 11   Galt Foundation 3
La Salle Catholic College Preparatory 23   The Freshwater Trust 25   Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center 11
Life Flight Network 2   HIV Alliance 9   Growing Gardens 33
Living Opportunities 28   Humane Society of Central Oregon 18   Jackson Street Youth Shelter 20
Maps Credit Union 6   JOIN 24   Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest 9
Mary's Woods at Marylhurst 21   Lines for Life 32   Macdonald Center 26
Metropolitan Family Service 20   Mt. Ashland Association 13   Metropolitan Affordable Housing Corporation 30
NeighborImpact 32   Northwest Housing Alternatives 4   Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon 12
Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance 16   Our United Villages 17   Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp 32
Northwest Family Services 33   Playworks 1   The Northwest Catholic Counseling Center 31
OCHIN 30   Portland Community Media 28   Oregon Environmental Council 1
Open Meadow 8   Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives 31   Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation 17
Oregon Community Credit Union 4   Portland YouthBuilders 20   Oregon Wild 25
Our House 1   Ronald McDonald House Charities OR/SW WA 14   Portland Homeless Family Solutions 5
Outside In 19   Rural Development Initiatives 27   Portland Women's Crisis Line 15
Partnerships in Community Living 27   Saving Grace 8   Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity 8
Pathfinders of Oregon 22   Sisters of the Road 21   ROSE Community Development 22
Pentagon Federal Credit Union 34   SMART (Start Making A Reader Today) 22   Sustainable Northwest 6
REACH Community Development 5   Sponsors 3   Valley Credit Union 18
Ride Connection 10   Travel Oregon 26   Volunteers in Medicine Clinic of the Cascades 19
Saturday Academy 24   The Wallace Medical Concern 19   Western Energy Institute 16
Tualatin Valley Water District 9   Willamette University MBA – Atkinson Graduate School of Management 5   Western Rivers Conservancy 2
United Cerebral Palsy of OR/SW WA 14            


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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
Hello,
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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You have to BUY the full list???? that is cheap.....won't come to your site anymore...and OBP should drop you too.
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+3 #4 WebmasterGuest 2013-10-25 14:53:01
That is incorrect, the Nonprofit list is available for free, above, in 6 pages. You can choose to purchase the list for download in spreadsheet format. Purchases of the list packages include additional information and help support the magazine's research.
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