Measure 101

By Jill Winsor When a ballot arrives in your mailbox this January, don’t be surprised! Oregonians have an important opportunity to weigh in on making sure we all have access to health care! Neighborhood Partnerships has endorsed Measure 101 because we believe all Oregonians should have access to healthcare. A yes vote on Measure 101…

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RE:Conference 2017 Recap

By Hannah Waterman Thank you to everyone who participated in RE:Conference this year and made it such a success – attendees, presenters, and sponsors! NP staff left Salem feeling engaged, connected, and inspired – and a little bit exhausted. We are still compiling presenter materials and will share when those are available. In the meantime,…

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Director’s Note – November 2017

By Janet Byrd The Neighborhood Partnerships team has been reflecting on the inspiration and creativity that we shared with many of you at our RE:Conference in mid-October. As always, we came away inspired by the work that you do for the benefit of our communities, awed by the passion you bring to your work, and…

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Moving Our Asset Agenda Forward!

By Jill Winsor You’d think we’d be exhausted after an event like RE:Conference. It’s a jam-packed two days full of different speakers, information and data plus a sea of people to navigate and connect with. Amazingly, after the dust settles, we find ourselves feeling rejuvenated, reinvigorated and ready to integrate what we learned and take…

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Announcing More Advocates College Dates & Times

We have long understood the importance of speaking about the values that shape and inform our work. How people hear us is as much a key to successful communication as the accuracy of our facts and figures. Join us for a two-day, condensed version of Advocates College. The two-day version is for you if you…

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Thoughts on Oregon’s Approach to Retirement Readiness

By Jessica Junke While political uncertainty continues to consume us at both the local and national level, it’s important to take moments to remind ourselves of the many ways Oregon continues to demonstrate leadership in the asset building field. July 1 marked a monumental moment in our state’s history: this is the month that we…

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Director’s Note: October 2017

By Janet Byrd Our RE:Conference is around the corner! The sessions are scheduled, speakers lined up, hundreds are registered to come. Check out the schedule and sign yourself up today! Several threads carry through this year’s conference. We will be looking honestly at our problems and the data that describes them, but also striving, as…

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Finding Common Ground & Letting Indigenous Communities Lead

By Holly McGuire I felt so fortunate to be able to dip in to the 2017 AMP conference in Portland back in mid-August. The long weekend was organized by the Western States Center as a training and networking conference—AMP stands for Activists Mobilizing for Power. It was an energizing and welcoming scene from the moment…

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OHCS Statewide Housing Plan Outreach

By Jenny Lee Oregon Housing and Community Services is developing its statewide housing plan and seeking feedback from communities around the state! The statewide housing plan will help determine their policy decisions and guide the agency’s work over the next five years. The agency will be traveling throughout Oregon to hear from as many Oregonians as possible about…

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Thank you, Jenny!

We would like to announce that Jenny Lee, our Housing Policy Director is moving on to a new opportunity. We are sorry to see her go but we are so excited for her next steps! Jenny has been at Neighborhood Partnerships since October 2015, and has helped to convene the Oregon Housing Alliance. Jenny has…

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