Promotional Partners

YNPN would like to thank our Promotional Partners for spreading the word about #ynpn16 and inviting their members to attend the Activate! Summit.  Learn more about their work in the community below.


 

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Achieve is a research and marketing agency for causes. We leverage our expertise in research, technology, creative and strategy to understand and inspire your audience –whether current or yet to be discovered – to take action. Learn more about Achieve, our research, events and cloud-based technology solutions, TrustedPartner and RacePartner at achieveagency.com.

 

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Connect with fellow AmeriCorps Alums Serve. Engage. Develop.

 

 

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CNRG connects people, communities, and organizations so that individuals are enabled to act as agents of change in collaboration with others, effectively building a collective nonprofit community.

CNRG provides a resource network via the Community Commons email list and quarterly social gatherings.


Multnomah_County_Logo.pngMultnomah County Oregon government supports opportunities for young people to positively develop themselves and impact their communities. The Office of Diversity and Equity’s College to County Mentorship Program and Multnomah Youth Commission are examples of such efforts.  

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The Nonprofit Association of Oregon is the state association representing Oregon’s nonprofit sector. NAO is a 501c3 public benefit corporation in Oregon supporting the over 17,000 nonprofits that strengthen communities and provide critical services benefiting taxpayers and society as a whole. In local communities across Oregon, nonprofits enhance quality of life by uplifting a spirit of service, faith, innovation, and caring.

 

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The mission of The Nonprofit Institute at Portland State University (NPI) is to support the Oregon nonprofit sector so that it can fulfill its promise of bringing people together to build a more just, inclusive, and sustainable society. NPI's core strategies, which include research, support for continuous quality improvement, educational programs, and opportunities for collaboration, strengthen civic life and participation, and grow collective impact on pressing issues on society.  

 

NTEN_logo.pngNTEN is the membership organization of nonprofit technology professionals. We provide educational programs, publications, and research, and facilitates information sharing to help nonprofits use technology skillfully to effectively execute their missions.

Our signature Nonprofit Technology Conference, brings together social change professionals from around the world to collaborate, innovate, and discover new ways to spark change with technology.  Learn more and join at nten.org.  

 

NOVAA.jpgNOVAA provide educational opportunities that enable volunteer management professionals to effectively lead volunteers in their organizations. We provide opportunities for sharing of expertise through networking and leadership and growth opportunities for our members. NOVAA advocates for effective volunteer engagement strategies by providing information on best practices in the field and we promote the volunteer management profession.  

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The mission of The Oregon Community Foundation is to improve the lives of all Oregonians through the power of philanthropy.

We work with individuals, families, businesses and organizations to create charitable funds — more than 2,000 of them — that support the community causes they care about. These funds support the critical work that nonprofits are doing across Oregon. Through these funds, OCF awarded more than $103 million in grants and scholarships in 2015.

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Portland Emerging Arts Leaders (PEAL) is a volunteer-run organization for up-and-coming arts and culture leaders to build the professional skills and shape the ideas that will drive the arts sector into the future.

 

Vision_Action_Network_logo.jpgThe Washington County Nonprofit Network (WCNN) provides training and networking opportunities for nonprofits that predominantly serve Washington County. The WCNN is a project of Vision Action Network (VAN). VAN engages stakeholders across sectors to collaboratively address critical issues in Washington County. Washington County is the most diverse county in the state of Oregon and the second most populous county in the state.   


Willamette_MBA_logo.jpegWillamette University MBA, a top-ranked Oregon MBA program is proud to be an active member in the non-profit community and a supporter of YNPN. With an MBA program for working professionals in Portland and Salem, Oregon offering business management focused education for leaders in the not-for-profit, private and government sectors, and a full-time program in Salem, one of only two MBA programs in the world to achieve dual accreditation in both Business and Public Administration, Willamette provides the rare benefit of professional education, recognition and respect in all sectors.  We offer a variety of scholarships to those who work in the non-profit sector and happy to speak with you about how our program can help you develop. 

WVDO.jpgWillamette Valley Development Officers (WVDO) empowers nonprofits and the people they serve through education, support, networking and job placements. We are the largest organization focused on nonprofit fundraising in Oregon.