KATU 2 Giving Tuesday

KATU News #GivingTuesday Spotlight and Interviews!

On #GivingTuesday 2021, KATU News featured Impact NW’s important work in the community. The powerful videos feature Impact NW Board Member and Western Government Affairs Director for PepsiCo, Jim Nam; Impact NW CRD Lead Specialist, Jamie Arreguin-Perez; and Impact NW Program Manager, Diana Marquez!
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Homelessness Prevention During a Heatwave

With this Summer’s record-setting heat waves continuing to impact our community and now this week’s recently announced heat advisory, a network of community support is being built to meet the needs of our most vulnerable neighbors.
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When We Unite

Our vision for a more equitable community with opportunity for all is made possible when we unite. Our mission is realized through YOU. Together, We Can Prevent Homelessness. And over the past few months, we've seen this reality begin to take shape like never before at our Dancing Tree Resource Center:
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I AM Impact Art Project

Press Release: Impact NW launches community art project, raising awareness for its upcoming I AM Impact event

The Portland nonprofit is asking for volunteers to help with its I AM Impact community art project, which will serve to beautify Impact NW’s Dancing Tree Resource Center
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Impact NW Supporter Survey!

If you have a couple of minutes to spare, please take our supporter survey (with an added opportunity to participate in our upcoming "I AM Impact" event on May 27th!)
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PBJ Interview: Impact NW’s Andy Nelson talks homelessness prevention

In a recent interview with the Portland Business Journal, Impact NW Executive Director, Andy Nelson sat down to discuss surpassing our ambitious $1 million goal for homelessness prevention in 2020 and what lies ahead for our community in 2021.
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Impact NW In The News

Impact NW Executive Director Andy Nelson recently sat down with both Street Roots and the Nonprofit Association of Oregon to discuss the year our community has overcome and what lies ahead for the neighbors we serve.