Entries by Amber Faist

NACF is Hiring a Director of Finance

Do you have a passion for Native arts and cultures? The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) is a Native-led national organization dedicated to promoting the revitalization, appreciation, and perpetuation of indigenous arts and cultures. Its mission is to advance equity and cultural knowledge, focusing on the power of arts and collaboration to strengthen Native communities […]

PGE- Helping Small Business Customers

COVID-19 Supporting our small business customers during the coronavirus pandemic En español Helping our customers We understand the hardship you and your business are facing right now. Here are some of the steps we’re taking to help: Offering payment options to help make paying bills more manageable Waiving all third-party debit/credit card transaction fees for […]

Small Business Assistance Grants available from Clackamas County

Applications will be accepted June 29 through July 3 Clackamas County is offering Small Business Assistance grants to help businesses owners pay rent, payroll, and bills to help them recover from the effects of the global pandemic. The program, provided in cooperation with Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon (MESO), will provide a total of $420,000 […]

CITIZEN REVIEW COMMITTEE 2020 RECRUITMENT

CITIZEN REVIEW COMMITTEE 2020 RECRUITMENT The Portland City Auditor’s Independent Police Review (IPR) is responsible for the civilian oversight of the Portland Police Bureau (Police Bureau). The Citizen Review Committee (CRC) is an advisory body to IPR and the Police Bureau. CRC members are appointed by Portland City Council to serve three-year terms. Candidates must […]

ONAC Members PHOTO STORY: Community resilience carries Native-owned businesses through the pandemic – by Street Roots

Nisha Supahan, who is Karuk, owns Tattoo 34 in Portland with her husband, Toby Linwood, who is Westbank First Nation and Wampanoag and Ojibway. (Photo by Celeste Noche) PHOTO STORY: Community resilience carries Native-owned businesses through the pandemic These Indigenous-owned Oregon small businesses can use our support by Celeste Noche | 16 May 2020 As businesses shutter and […]

Ready to reopen? Here’s what you need to know – From SAIF

Keeping workplaces safe and healthy during the pandemic Tips and resources for helping workers stay safe from COVID-19 Reopening your business? Watch a webinar  from Barren Liebman Attorneys in Portland, as attorney Chris Morgan describes key considerations for your reopening. Employers are encouraged to follow guidelines from the Oregon Health Authority, Centers for Disease Control, and World Health […]

Travel Oregon COVID-19 Emergency Response Grant Program

COVID-19 Emergency Response Grant Program The application process is open from 8 a.m. on May 11 until 5 p.m. on May 15. In an effort to support entities that have direct ties to driving overnight visitation, Travel Oregon has established a COVID-19 Emergency Response Grant Program. Continued operations of small businesses and regional and local […]

Oregon Arts and Culture Recovery Program The Oregon Arts and Culture Recovery Program will provide flexible resources from a cohort of participating funders to support the arts and culture community who have been adversely impacted by the outbreak of COVID-19. This program supports the adaptive capacity of both arts organizations and arts funders. Nonprofit organizations […]

Portland Means Progress Remote DEI Training- FREE!

REMOTE TRAINING SERIES Remember the amazing equity practitioners who partnered with us on the development of the culture change roadmap? They’re back, and this time, they’re supporting Portland Means Progress in developing a remote training series! You can attend any or all the sessions. Please share this out with your networks – these sessions are […]