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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Kylie Patterson to Speak at the 2016 RE:Conference

Last week we wrote a blog post about an important report which was released by the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) and Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED). You probably saw the report mentioned on social media or in your email, The Ever-Growing Gap: Without change, African-American and Latino families won’t match white wealth for centuries. The post…

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Something’s Not Right. What is Oregon Doing to Fix It?

Last week an important report was released by the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) and Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED). You probably saw it mentioned on social media or in your email, The Ever-Growing Gap: Without change, African-American and Latino families won’t match white wealth for centuries. If you haven’t yet had the chance to…

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Apply for a RE:Conference Scholarship

Neighborhood Partnerships strives to increase opportunity for all Oregonians. We offer scholarships to our RE:Conference to ensure that we have wide representation from communities that face barriers to participation. As you complete this scholarship application, please make sure to explain how this scholarship will benefit communities across Oregon. Please highlight the work you do with…

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RE:Conference Early Bird Discount Available Now

Save money on your RE:Conference ticket with an Early Bird discount. For Nov. 15, you can choose an Early Bird ticket for the Savings & Assets Summit OR Housing Alliance Summit – both tickets also include entry in the afternoon RE:Unite Celebration and IDA Marketplace. For Nov. 16, you can choose a RE:Conference ticket that…

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We’re Getting RE:ady for the 2016 RE:Conference

We know you’ll want to join us for the RE:Conference in the Fall. Look for an email about early bird registration to land in your inbox next week. And, we’d love you to think about sponsorship opportunities. Our sponsor packet has all you’ll need to sign up to be a part of making this event…

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80 Percent of RE:Conference Participants Say it Was One of the Best Conferences of the Year

By Jill Winsor There’s a proverb: “When you are through improving…. you are through.” At NP, we’re on a constant journey to improve, especially when it comes to serving our partners. Right afterward, we felt the 2015 RE:Conference, which took place on Oct. 29 and 30 in Salem, was a big success. But we asked our attendees…

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The Only Difference Between Me and My Client is that I’m on This Side of the Table

By Nanci E. Luna Jiménez, CPF. I remember one of the times in my life when things felt very economically insecure. I pulled up to a stop light and made eye contact with a woman holding a sign asking for money. I still remember the thought that crossed through my mind at the moment we looked…

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Support Local Businesses Owned by IDA Savers and Get Great Gifts

The RE:Conference won’t just be a fantastic time of learning from industry leaders and networking with other professionals; it will also be a chance to see the Oregon IDA Initiative in action. On the evening of October 29th a handful of small business graduates will showcase their products and services at the IDA Marketplace. Conference…

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10 Reasons to Attend Neighborhood Partnerships’ 2015 RE:Conference

The 2015 RE:Conference is part think-tank, part training, part meet-up. You’ll get new ideas, practical tools, and new connections so that you leave energized with a plan for increasing opportunity in Oregon. You’re invited to join us on Oct. 29 and 30 at the Salem Convention Center to re:think, re:energize and re:new. If you’re still…

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