Nonprofit News and Events
As the Holiday Season approaches Central Oregon’s local hunger relief agencies are serving record numbers of people, 20,000 individuals a month. Food Drives provide an important resource in the fight against hunger by supplying more than 6% of the 2.5 million pounds, or nearly four of the 62 semi trucks of food, the agency distributes every year.
NeighborImpact and the Latino Community Association are proud to announce the opening of their new office space at 116 SE D Street in Madras, Or. This shared office space will enable both agencies to serve clients with increasing effectiveness as they continue to offer a broad range of services in the community.
NeighborImpact is conducting a comprehensive community impact study in the North East section of Bend.
NeighborImpact announced it has received a $20,000 community grant from the Fred Meyer Fund for its food recovery program. A check presentation will take place at 10:00 am on Tuesday, August 20 at the Redmond Fred Meyer store (944 SW Veterans Way) with representatives from the store and NeighborImpact on hand.
NeighborImpact's Head Start Program is recruiting children age 3 & 4 and their families who live in Crook or Deschutes County for enrollment in NeighborImpact Head Start program for the 2013-2014 school year. Space is limited so it is important that families apply today.
Free home energy conservation workshop can help you make a few simple changes to your home. Save money and preserve our beautiful Central Oregon environment.
Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) are available to help you triple your savings for a home, college education or business!
If you are facing or at risk of foreclosure, we may be able to help. Talk to one of our certified coaches to explore your options...
Empty Bowls Title Sponsor Fred Meyer supports NeighborImpact with $20,000 donation!