The 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon 2014

 

 
LARGE ORGANIZATIONS (50 OR MORE OREGON EMPLOYEES)
Rank 2014
Rank 2013
Organization name
City
EMPs OR / total
Overall score
Description
1
NR The Nature Conservancy Portland 76 513.93 Advances conservation around the world in 35 countries
2
NR Rogue Credit Union Medford 311 509.29 Credit union and financial services
3
NR Energy Trust of Oregon Portland 98 507.03 Energy efficiency and renewable energy developer, serving Oregon customers of Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural and Cascade Natural Gas
4
2 Life Flight Network Aurora 200 504.27 Emergency air medical service
5
1 Our House Portland 57 502.47 Provides health, housing and other services to people living with HIV/AIDS
6
10 Ride Connection Portland 60 495.12 Provides transportation options for older adults and people with disabilities
7
7 B'nai B'rith Camp Beaverton 113 490.57 Overnight summer camp
8
6 Maps Credit Union Salem 195 490.12 Financial services to members
9
29 Childpeace Montessori Portland 56 486.96 Provides a Montessori education for toddlers through adolescents
10
5 REACH Community Development Inc. Portland 125 486.11 Affordable and low income housing developer and manager
11
NR Nursingale for the Medically Fragile Portland 70 483.19 Home-based nursing care for medically fragile children and young adults
12
NR Pacific Crest Federal Credit Union Klamath Falls 50 479.35 Financial services for credit union members
13
3 Emerald People's Utility District Eugene 68 479.09 Public utility that provides electricity and internet services to the Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area
14
30 OCHIN Portland 190 476.54 Provides health IT solutions to improve the integration and delivery of healthcare services across a variety of practices
15
34 Pentagon Federal Credit Union Eugene 400 476.52 Credit union
16
NR Pathway Enterprises Medford 140 474.55 Services for people with disabilities
17
NR FOOD for Lane County Eugene 59 471.62 Food bank dedicated to alleviating hunger by creating access to food
18
13 Family Building Blocks Salem 85 468.82 Relief nursery for children 6 weeks to 5 years
19
17 Community Vision, Inc. Portland 225 468.54 Services for individuals with disabilties, including supported living, home ownership and asset building
20
  NR Boys & Girls Aid Portland 114 468.28 Adoption, foster care, foster care adoption, residential facilities for at-risk teens and young adults
21
18 Cascade Health Solutions Eugene 150 462.52 Occupational medicine, home health, hospice, community wellness
22
35 Transition Projects, Inc. Portland 115 462.33 Services to move people from homelessness to housing
23
NR Abilitree Bend 50 459.14 Services for people with disabilities, including peer counseling, independent skills training, advocacy, community inclusion and employment
24
14 United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon & SW Washington Portland 134 458.85 Intellectual and developmental disability advocate and service provider
25
33 Northwest Family Services Portland 62 458.81 Provides services that reduce poverty, including youth programs, professional counseling, couple’s classes, parenting, money management, job readiness and placement
26
NR OHSU Foundation Portland 115 458.03 Raises, manages, and distributes philanthropic support for OHSU.
27
32 NeighborImpact Redmond 190 453.85 Provides emergency services, preschool education, homeownership support to residents of Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson Counties
28
19 Outside In Portland 135 451.48 Provides services to homeless youth
29
47 Rose Villa Portland 125 449.25 Continuing care retirement community
30
NR Kids & Company of Linn County Lebanon 144 448.02 Comprehensive child development program that serves both the child and family
31
31 ColumbiaCare Services Inc. Medford 340 445.52 Residential and mental health services
32
NR Willamette Family Inc Eugene 179 444.32 Substance abuse treatment, mental health, child development, medical clinic
33
NR Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization Portland 150 442.85 Provides services to immigrants and refugees, including training and employment, health and aging, English language learning, naturalization and social adjustment



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Kim Moore

Kim Moore is the editor for Oregon Business magazine.

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