Central OregonNeighborImpact’s Child Care Resources is seeking qualified applicants for free, quality child care for children ages six weeks to three years. The program, Baby Promise, provides fully-funded quality child care for up to 116 children through multiple licensed child care providers in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. The child care slots are reserved for families who are eligible for and enrolled in Employment Related Day Care (ERDC)Read More >

“The Grapevine” is released quarterly to all of NeighborImpact’s partner organizations. The purpose of the newsletter is to spread awareness about NeighborImpact programs and to share information about services and job opportunities that are currently available. Read The Grapevine Fall 2022

During the months of Hispanic Heritage month (Sept 15- Oct. 15) and LGBTQ History month (October), NeighborImpact is spreading awareness about its Individual Development Account (IDA) program, which gives diverse communities the opportunity to overcome barriers and achieve financial goals.   Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) are matched savings accounts that allow individuals and families to save and generate money for a specific savings goal. For every $1 participants save, they receive a match of anRead More >

The video project entitled “Spotlight,” produced by Bend filmmaker Felipe Santacruz, celebrates both the diversity of Central Oregon and those who are working to make the community more equitable and inclusive. Made up of three short films, the project highlights work in the Latinx, LGBTQ+ and disability communities.   “The conversations I had the opportunity to capture served as a wonderful learning experience for me,” said Santacruz. “I am proud to be able to shareRead More >

By Design is a quarterly email newsletter that was created by NeighborImpact after August 2021 listening sessions during which NeighborImpact partners said they needed more information on the management and operation of a nonprofit. NeighborImpact needs reliable partners to leverage its work and resources, and investing in the operational strength and capacity of our partners help us do more. By Design October