Our Clients

January 31, 2014

We are hon­ored to have worked with com­mu­nity groups and orga­ni­za­tions through­out Ore­gon! Below are some orga­ni­za­tions we have worked with to pro­vide Poverty Aware­ness Education:

Amer­i­can Asso­ci­a­tion of Uni­ver­sity Women Gre­sham Chapter

Blanchet Catholic School

Chemeketa Com­mu­nity College

Church Women United (Oregon)

Col­lege of the Siskiyous

Com­mu­nity Coun­sel­ing Solutions

Con­fed­er­a­tion of Ore­gon School Admin­is­tra­tors - Poverty Summit

Cor­ban University

Echo School District

Fam­ily Build­ing Blocks

Habi­tat for Human­ity Oregon

Houck Mid­dle School

Hous­ing Author­ity of the City of Salem

Linn Ben­ton Health Equity Alliance

Mar­ion County Bar Association

Mar­ion County Chil­dren and Fam­i­lies Commission

Mar­ion DemoForum

Marion-Polk Food Share

Mid-Willamette Val­ley Com­mu­nity Action Agency Head Start

National Char­ity League (Lake Oswego and Blue Heron Chap­ters) — Phil­an­thropy Day

North­west Human Services

Ontario School District

Ore­gon Ask - Ore­gon After­school Conference

Ore­gon Coali­tion on Hous­ing and Home­less­ness Conference

Ore­gon Fam­ily Sup­port Net­work — Yamhill County

Ore­gon Food Bank — Agency Conference

Part­ner­ship for a Hunger-Free Ore­gon - Sum­mer and After­school Meals Roadshow

Polk County Depart­ment of Fam­ily and Com­mu­nity Outreach

Reed­sport School District

Rosland Ele­men­tary School

Rotary Club of Salem

Rotary Club of South Salem

SAIF Cor­po­ra­tion

Salem-Keizer School District

Sis­ters School District

South Coast Edu­ca­tion Ser­vice District

Stan­field School Distrct

State of Ore­gon Depart­ment of Com­mu­nity Col­leges and Work­force Development

Waldo Mid­dle School

Willamette Edu­ca­tion Ser­vice District

Willamette Uni­ver­sity

WVP Health Author­ity - Health Lit­er­acy and Poverty Train­ing Conference

YWCA Salem (now known as Cen­ter for Com­mu­nity Inno­va­tion)

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Testimonials

  • The training taught me to “manage what I have better and be more aware of the stress level it causes to not be able to meet ‘your’ needs.” (Poverty Awareness Training participant)