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Our ongoing Nonprofit Town Halls offer a special opportunity for nonprofit leaders to join a statewide conversation about our unique strengths and challenges as a sector. Designed as listening sessions and information-sharing events, each Town Hall includes a conversation about the challenges nonprofits face in different Oregon communities and capacity building needs they have, seeks input from nonprofit leaders about the direction of NAO programs and services, and identifies priorities for public policy work. As with any NAO event, there is also time for networking and collegiality.
We began holding Town Halls in 2010 with our first session in Eugene. In 2011, we held Town Halls in Portland, Bend, Medford, and Pendleton, with close to 400 nonprofit professionals participating. In 2012, we included a funders panel and extended an invitation to elected officials to join us at the Town Halls in Albany, Coos Bay, Prineville, and Baker City.
In 2013, we will continue the conversation.
There is no cost to attend the Town Hall meetings.
Upcoming Town Halls
2013 Locations TBA
Town Hall Summary Reports
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