The 2018 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon

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Congratulations to the 2018 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon!


This year marks a special anniversary: We are celebrating 10 years of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon survey. Congratulations to the organizations that made it into the decennial ranking of nonprofit workplaces with the happiest employees. And a special congratulations to Childpeace Montessori School and Ronald McDonald House Charities Oregon & SW Washington, which have been listed every year since we launched a decade ago. 

The 2018 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon

RANK 2018 ORGANIZATION OVERALL SCORE
LARGE (50 OR MORE OREGON EMPLOYEES)  
1 Self Enhancement 518.69
2 Rainbow Adult Living 510.68
3 Adelante Mujeres 508.78
4 Pathway Enterprises 504.80
5 Childpeace Montessori School 504.40
6 Energy Trust of Oregon 496.46
7 Northwest Family Services 495.15
8 Life Flight Network 492.77
9 Emerald People's Utility District 488.71
10 College Housing Northwest 486.39
11 HIV Alliance 486.19
12 Ride Connection 484.41
13 Capital Manor 481.34
14 Cascade Health 477.09
15 ALSO 477.03
16 NeighborImpact 473.66
17 Partnerships in Community Living 472.81
18 Lines for Life 471.87
19 Rose Villa Inc. 470.88
20 Metropolitan Family Service 470.48
21 Bridgeway Recovery Services 470.20
22 OCHIN 467.24
23 UCP Oregon 466.44
24 Mary's Woods at Marylhurst 464.97
25 Oregon Supported Living Program 464.10
26 Meals on Wheels People 462.65
27 Logos Public Charter School 460.37
28 Northwest Community Alliance 460.11
29 The Nature Conservancy in Oregon 458.34
30 Independent Environments 453.83
31 CareOregon 449.50
32 Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center 446.48
33 Willamette Family 446.33
34 Living Opportunities 446.07
MEDIUM (20 TO 49 OREGON EMPLOYEES)  
1 Children's Center 532.85
2 Creative Supports 519.47
3 Portland Homeless Family Solutions 517.83
4 Northwest Housing Alternatives 516.14
5 Inclusion 516.02
6 Summit Learning Charter 515.81
7 Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation 513.64
8 Sponsors 512.74
9 Dogs for Better Lives 503.33
10 FoodCorps 500.46
11 Centro Latino Americano 500.41
12 Cascades Academy 496.14
13 Care Partners Hospice and Palliative 493.49
14 Earth Advantage 491.56
15 Portland YouthBuilders 488.00
16 The Freshwater Trust 486.67
17 SMART 486.50
18 Bend Area Habitat for Humanity 484.07
19 NIRSA 480.02
20 Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon and SW Washington 476.62
21 Ashland Supportive Housing 475.08
22 Tucker Maxon School 465.74
23 Raphael House of Portland 465.62
24 Crater Lake Charter Academy 463.26
25 Cat Adoption Team 463.15
26 Friends of Trees 458.47
27 CASA for Children of Multnomah, Washington and Columbia Counties 449.48
28 Friendly House 448.15
29 DePaul Industries 445.34
30 Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives 444.75
31 Free Geek 442.24
32 Community Warehouse 440.67
33 Forward Stride 432.45
SMALL (FEWER THAN 20 EMPLOYEES)  
1 CASA of Jackson County 537.23
2 Clackamas Workforce Partnership 536.86
3 Bonneville Environmental Foundation 535.33
4 Habitat for Humanity Rogue Valley 525.87
5 Pathways to Safety International 519.75
6 Cityteam 515.68
7 BRING Recycling 509.51
8 All Hands Raised 505.12
9 Cascade Employers Association 499.81
10 Forth 497.82
11 Ecology in Classrooms and Outdoors 495.65
12 CASA of Lane County 495.37
13 Store to Door 494.52
14 Western Energy Institute 489.99
15 Rogue Valley Youth For Christ 488.89
16 ROSE Community Development 480.47
17 The Dougy Center 479.70
18 B'nai B'rith Camp 479.43
19 Oregon Wild 477.48
20 With Love Oregon 472.89
21 Growing Gardens 471.59
22 Mount Pisgah Arboretum 470.93
23 Birch Community Services 457.00
24 Junction City Local Aid 456.23
25 New Buildings Institute 455.62
26 Community Energy Project 454.49
27 Rural Development Initiatives 451.41
28 WorldOregon 448.11
29 Green Electronics Council 439.97
30 HomePlate Youth Services 436.07
31 Saturday Academy 435.97
32 CASA of Clackamas County 435.62
33 McKenzie River Trust 434.29

A more comprehensive version of this list, with a breakdown of scores and job site information, is available here.

Last modified onTuesday, 09 October 2018 09:17
Kim Moore

Kim Moore is the editor for Oregon Business magazine.

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