Build Financial Wellness with Your Clients in Celebration of NeighborWorks Week; First-time Homebuyer Lender Panel

Central Oregon—In celebration of NeighborWorks Week, NeighborImpact HomeSource, a leading provider of housing and financial counseling services in Central Oregon, invites you to attend “Building Financial Wellness with Your Clients.” This training series aims to empower professionals with the tools and knowledge necessary to support clients in achieving financial security and stability. The June 4 session, held at the Deschutes Downtown Public Library from 3-4 pm, will feature a lender panel to discuss locally availableRead More >

Affordable Housing Information Fair

Central Oregon—Local affordable housing builders and developers will share information and answer questions about upcoming affordable housing projects at an information fair at Redmond City Hall on Thursday, May 30 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. The event is generously sponsored by Hayden Homes and is offered through a collaboration between NeighborImpact HomeSource, Habitat for Humanity Bend-Redmond, Habitat for Humanity Sisters, Habitat for Humanity LaPine Sunriver, Thistle and Nest, Rooted Homes, and First Story. The Affordable Homeownership FairRead More >

Get Your Tickets Now for US Bank’s Foodie Crawl—Bend’s Premier Culinary Event

Central Oregon—The countdown is on for one of Bend’s most anticipated culinary events of the year—US Bank’s Foodie Crawl, presented by Cascade Natural Gas. With just a few days left until the festivities kick off, now is the time to secure your tickets for an unforgettable afternoon of food, drinks and community support. At the US Bank Foodie Crawl, NeighborImpact invites you to join in the spring celebration in Downtown Bend, where you can indulgeRead More >

NeighborImpact HomeSource Launches New Training Series for Direct Service Providers: “Building Financial Wellness with Your Clients”

Central Oregon—NeighborImpact HomeSource, a leading provider of housing and financial counseling services in Central Oregon, is proud to announce the launch of a new training series designed specifically for Housing and Financial Professionals. Titled “Building Financial Wellness with Your Clients,” this series aims to empower professionals with the tools and knowledge necessary to support clients in achieving financial security and stability. The series is free to attend and lunch is provided. The inaugural session ofRead More >

By Design Spring 2024

By Design 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 is distributed quarterly. The Spring 2024 issue explores 5 best practices for executive directors. View it here.  

NeighborImpact Launches Diaper Bank

Central Oregon—NeighborImpact is happy to announce the launch of a Central Oregon diaper bank. On average, diapers cost $1,200 a year for one child, posing a financial hardship on half of American families. Diapers are a basic health necessity, but no government programs exist to help parents with this cost—neither WIC nor SNAP covers these supplies. Families enrolled in NeighborImpact’s Head Start and Early Head Start programs will now have the opportunity to receive oneRead More >

NeighborImpact Announces US Bank’s Foodie Crawl

Central Oregon—Join us on Sunday, April 28, from 2-6 p.m. for this popular annual pub-crawl-meets-progressive-dinner event. At this celebration of local food and drink, guests sample small plates and beverage pairings from a select group of chefs and restaurants in downtown Bend, all for a good cause. From 2-4 p.m., guests set their own pace, exploring each stop on the tour at their leisure. Top off the fun with the after-party at McMenamins from 4-6Read More >

NeighborImpact Generates Over 750 New Child Care Slots; Additional Child Care Expansion Resources Still Available

Central Oregon—NeighborImpact has been actively working to alleviate the child care crisis in Central Oregon by bolstering the growth of child care services. The expansion of child care involves providing funding and educational resources to child care providers and persons aspiring to become providers in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Funding for the program comes from an $8.2 million grant from the State of Oregon, House Bill 5202.Read More >

Grants & Rebates Available for Qualifying Heat Pumps

Central Oregon— The community heat pump rebate and grant program aims to increase access to energy efficient heat pumps in order to provide energy savings to Central Oregon Households by providing funds to offset expenses toward new heat pumps. The program is available to owner-occupied households in Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson counties, and all of Warm Springs. Funding for the program comes from the Oregon Department of Energy’s Community Heat Pump Deployment Program. In responseRead More >

By Design Winter 2023

By Design 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 is distributed quarterly. The Winter 2023 issue explores the importance of Board Culture. View it here.    

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