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NAO Board Nominations
Are you ready to use your talent and time to help build the nonprofit sector's voice and visibility? The Nonprofit Association of Oregon is seeking 3-4 new board members beginning October 2015. To nominate yourself or a qualified candidate please consider completing a brief nomination form before June 20th. 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.
Nonprofit Salary Survey
MBL is the proud administrator of our region's most comprehensive Salary Survey specifically created for Oregon & SW Washington nonprofit organizations. NAO has partnered with MBL for the 2015 Nonprofit Salary Survey which will be the eighth edition of this valuable benchmarking resource, providing comprehensive compensation information for benchmark for over 100 positions plus pay topics. Learn more.
Nonprofits & The Oregon Minimum Wage Survey
Recognizing that nonprofits in Oregon, their program participants, and staff will be affected by changes to the minimum wage, NAO launched a survey in March for nonprofits in Oregon to collect the perspectives of nonprofit leaders on this important subject. The survey received 171 responses and we appreciate all the feedback. It really started a new stream of dialogue on this important topic for our state. Learn more.
New Issues. New Answers. New World.
Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice. In a world that has been increasingly expanded by technology and an increased social consciousness, a breadth of new opportunities have arisen for the charitable sector. With those opportunities are also some significant challenges. Now more than ever, charitable organizations are embracing the need for standards of ethical practice that preserve and strengthen the public’s confidence. This public trust is the foundation upon which our sector draws our legitimacy as we strive to improve life in the communities we serve. Learn more.
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