This week the staff of Neighborhood Partnerships, in coordination with Oregon Housing and Community Services, called nine nonprofits throughout Oregon and told them they’d be getting part of $8.9 million for the Oregon IDA Initiative. The nonprofits receiving the funds
Fifty years ago President Johnson described to a Joint Session of Congress the plight of Americans who “live on the outskirts of hope” because of poverty or race. Addressing the widening income gap is again at the forefront of
Earlier in November, we were very excited to have the Oregon IDA Initiative’s Program Manager, Jessica Junke, attend a roundtable discussion in Washington DC on Building Financial Capability through Youth Employment Programs, which was hosted by the Consumer Financial Protection
Neighborhood Partnerships (NP) and Oregon Housing and Community Services announced awards last week totaling $1.2 million to advance the work of the Oregon Individual Development Account (IDA) Initiative. These awards will deepen the reach of the Initiative into Oregon’s most underserved communities,
The Oregon IDA Initiative allowed Maria Sandoval to graduate from Linfield College with minimal debt and freedom to live out her passion – working with students to ensure they also have the opportunity to pursue higher education.
The Oregon IDA Initiative provided Shelly Campbell the perfect opportunity to grow her strong home daycare business in her Salem community, Shelly’s Kids.
Thanks in part to the Oregon IDA Initiative, Sarah was able to purchase most of the machinery and tools to get her custom-made leather accessory line off the ground.
Dairen Olvera completed her degree from Rogue Community College with the support of the Oregon IDA Initiative and other organizations in Southern Oregon.