The 107-year-old nonprofit has nearly completed construction on a new intensive treatment group home and an expansion of its emergency psychiatric care facility.
The company, which matches donors with nonprofits, just completed a $1.1 million funding round.
The class-action lawsuit claims the Oregon nonprofit health insurer is acting like a for-profit company by stockpiling excess funds that support large salaries.
The Portland-based nonprofit has hired Jerry Yudelson as its next president.
Springfield Renaissance Development Group purchased its second downtown property to continue redeveloping the area.