Everyone deserves a safe place to call home

Neighborhood Partnerships is pleased to endorse the historic Yes for Affordable Homes campaign! Neighborhood Partnerships was founded back in 1990 with the understanding that having a safe place to call home creates opportunity, stability, and safety, and that understanding has helped shape our work for the past twenty-six years. Today, in Oregon, far too many people lack the…

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Let Dr. Crystal Hall Challenge Your Assumptions and Improve Your Impact

By Jill Winsor We’re continuing to give you previews of what the RE:Conference will bring. Don’t forget to take advantage of Early Bird registration before this Friday (September 23rd)! On November 16th, Dr. Crystal Hall will join us at the RE:Conference to share what she’s learned with her work with the White House Social and…

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Increase Your Eugene-area Asset Building Knowledge and Relationships in Just Two Days – for FREE

  Do you live in the Eugene-Springfield area? Have you ever been asked to help a client build a budget? How about helping a client manage their cash-flow issues? What about questions related to getting out of debt, building emergency savings or simple budgeting tips? These questions are asked hundreds of times a day across…

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2015 RE:Conference Early Bird Discount Tickets Are Now Available

Join us again this year at the Salem Convention Center on Oct. 29 and 30. Last year 93% of participants said it was one of the best conferences they attended all year. Oct 29 is Savings and Asset Building Day where you’ll get innovative ideas about ways to catalyze healthy financial futures for our communities…

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Re:Conference Re:Cap

  Thank you to the nearly 300 people who participated in the 2014 RE:Conference this year. After a slight delay (we didn’t want to compete with weather headlines last week), we’re happy to share slides, videos and photos from the conference. In a follow up survey, 9 out of 10 people said it was one…

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Faith Leaders Call on Legislature to Act to Prevent and End Homelessness

PRESS RELEASE November 20, 2013 For Immediate Release Contact: Alison McIntosh (503) 816-2882 Across Oregon, faith leaders and congregations join together to serve our communities. They act to address and meet immediate needs, including shelter and food, for families across Oregon. On November 22, the Day of Homelessness Awareness, faith leaders will come together to…

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Join us to talk about asset building

Neighborhood Partnerships is convening a meeting on Thursday, October 31st  to discuss what’s happening around asset building in Oregon. The meeting will include discussions of proposals coming forward to the 2014 and 2015 Legislative session, as well as discussions about what was passed in the 2013 session and is now being implemented. In addition, we…

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Announcing Round Four of the Advocate’s College

Neighborhood Partnerships is pleased to announce that applications are now available for the fourth round of our Advocates College. The first three Advocates Colleges were huge successes, and have had immediate benefits for participants. Sybil Hebb, lobbyist for the Oregon Law Center and graduate of the first Advocate’s College, has this to say: ” The…

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Help Build Household Financial Resilience in Oregon

Are you interested in working with others to figure out how we can: Re-build the financial strength of Oregon’s communities from the ground up, Increase access to the tools and strategies that will work to help Oregonians build pathways to the middle class, and Use tested public policy tools to help us move forward? Please…

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Announcing Round Three of the Advocate’s College

Neighborhood Partnerships is pleased to announce that applications are now available for the third round of our Advocates College, thanks to the commitment of our lead trainer, Patrick Bresette of Public Works, and the generosity of our funders. Both the first and second Advocate’s Colleges were huge successes, and have had immediate benefits for participants.…

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