Nonprofits Respond to the Tragedy at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, OR

We are all stunned and saddened by the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon on October 1, 2015. In the aftermath of this tragic event, many of you have reached out for advice on how to help. Nonprofit and philanthropic organizations on the ground in Roseburg are actively seeking ways to assist, including assessing community needs in the wake of this event, evaluating resources across sectors — including strengths and gaps — so that they can most quickly and effectively coordinate and provide support to a community that will need help in healing the wounds from this tragedy for many years to come. Learn more.

NAO's Annual Meeting. Oct 7th, Portland

Join NAO and other members as we celebrate our accomplishments from the past year, hear about NAO's plans for the future, enjoy thought-provoking presentations, and network with your peers. This is a members only meeting. Members, log into your account to reserve your seats today! Learn more.

Alliance Conference Keynote Speaker, Patrisse Cullors

The Alliance for Nonprofit Management national conference held in Portland on October 6-8 has announced Patrisse Cullors as a keynote speaker. Patrisse Cullors is an artist, organizer and freedom fighter living and working in Los Angeles. As founder of Dignity and Power Now and co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, she has worked tirelessly promoting law enforcement accountability across the nation. Learn more.

2014 Oregon's Nonprofit Sector in Brief

In November of 2014, the five state associations serving nonprofits in the Northwest collaborated on a joint data collection and analysis effort to gauge the organizational health and practices of nonprofits. From those survey findings, NAO has produced The Oregon’s Nonprofit Sector in Brief, providing an overview of key indicators. There are areas to celebrate and areas that continue to challenge us as a sector. View report.