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Rural Communities Explorer  We support the Rural Communities Explorer database, developed by our partners at Oregon State University’s Rural Studies Program. This database includes a community reporter tool which allows any interested party to view census tract, community or county level data covering a wide array of indicators pertinent to community vitality.  

Oregon Nonprofit Event Calendar We support the Oregon Nonprofit Event Calendar, developed and maintained by the Nonprofit Association of Oregon. The goal of the calendar is to have one location to promote, network and coordinate nonprofit events across Oregon.

Rural Development Initiatives (RDI), a nationally recognized, Oregon-based nonprofit dedicated to helping rural communities and people achieve the visions and goals they set for themselves. It has  worked with more than 300 rural communities as neutral conveners, facilitators and advisors.

The Nonprofit Association of Oregon, formerly known as TACS, is a statewide network of nonprofits, foundations, business partners, and individuals dedicated to supporting Oregon’s nonprofit sector. It serves as a resource for nonprofit organizations and a central source of information about the nonprofit sector. It connects nonprofits of all sizes, missions and geographic locations. It offers programs and services that enhance the capacity of nonprofits to fulfill their essential missions. While its role as a statewide membership association is a relatively new one, it has more than 30 years’ experience providing consulting and training to nonprofit leaders, staff and volunteers.

Heartland Center for Leadership Development A nationally recognized authority in rural community development. Its mission is to help local leaders respond to current and future challenges in their communities. Heartland Center created the Ford Institute's original leadership development curriculum.

SOLV A non-profit organization that brings together government agencies, businesses and individual volunteers in program and projects to enhance the vitality of Oregon.

American Leadership Forum ALF of Oregon is a private, non-profit organization that offers a program designed to build bridges of understanding throughout the state.

Luke Center Offers the Pacific Program, an executive leadership development program from the University of Oregon for elected officials, senior managers, Tribal leaders and non-profit executives. 

Center for Nonprofit Stewardship Formerly known as Financial Stewardship Resources, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that educates and empowers nonprofit board members in sound financial, administrative and organizational stewardship.

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