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Nonprofit Network of Central Oregon

Corporate Community Engagement - Accessing Diverse Resources for Support

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Partners In Care Wyatt Room
2075 NE Wyatt Court
Bend

About this event

September 30, 2015 | 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Networking & Continental Breakfast at 8:30, Presentation at 9:00

Partners In Care, Wyatt Room | 2075 NE Wyatt Court | Bend, Oregon 97701


Member Pass Eligible, $25 NAO Members, $50 Nonmembers

Facilitator

Adrienne Graham, Regional Director for Central Oregon, Nonprofit Association of Oregon

Panelists

Annie Klug, Senior Social Responsibility Program Manager, Portland Trail Blazers

David Eldred, Director of Marketing & Foundation President, Bank of the Cascades
TBA

Learn why leading regional companies are seeking impactful connections to your community and how they can benefit your organization. Explore how companies utilize Foundation and corporate giving to support organizations like yours, and better understand what other non-cash assets these businesses have to benefit local communities. Determine how your organization can best access all they have to offer in order to build lasting partnerships.

A panel of leaders representing a diverse pool of businesses committed to social responsibility will share how they focus their community engagement efforts. Each panelist will have the opportunity to talk about how they connect to the community, how they like to be solicited for support, and what resources they can offer your organization. In this session you will learn:

  • Why business values community engagement
  • How to connect with corporate engagement programs
  • How to be a great partner for community engagement efforts

The panelists for this session will share the following information:

  • Organizational background
  • Strategic areas of impact
  • Giving policies, priorities, and process
  • Additional and unique non-cash assets
  • How to begin accessing these resources
  • How to build more in-depth relationships
  • Examples and success stories

About the Presenters

Adrienne Graham

Adrienne Graham became NAO’s Regional Director for Central Oregon in April 2014. Adrienne supports collaboration, communication, and the flow of resources to Central Oregon nonprofits. Adrienne serves as an on-the-ground nonprofit specialist providing free ‘light’ coaching and technical assistance and she connects nonprofits to other regional resources such as NAO’s Regional Event Calendar, an educational and professional development Scholarship Program and a soon-to-be-rolled-out online Nonprofit Resource Directory. Adrienne has served nonprofits as executive director, volunteer, board member and consultant.

Annie Klug

Annie Klug joined the Trail Blazers as the Senior Social Responsibility Program Manager in August 2014. Klug is primarily responsible for developing the company’s relationships with nonprofits and schools across Oregon and SW Washington. She also leads the team’s corporately sponsored community programs, facilitates Trail Blazers Foundation and player community events, and oversees various fundraising initiatives for the Trail Blazers Foundation including the make it better Rip City 5050 Raffle in partnership with the Safeway Foundation. Klug joined the Trail Blazers after years in the nonprofit sector, most recently as Project Director of >24 for the United Way of the Columbia-Willamette since October 2013. Prior to that, Klug held the position of Communications Manager at Oregon Mentors (now the Institute for Youth Success at Education Northwest), supporting youth development programs across the state since 2009, and worked for a public relations and public affairs firm for four years beginning in 2005. Klug earned an MBA in Nonprofit Management from the University of Portland in 2013 and was a graduate of the University of Oregon’s Lundquist College of Business with a Bachelor of Arts in 2005.

David Eldred

A lifelong banker with deep roots in the Pacific Northwest, David Eldred joined Bank of the Cascades in 2014 as part of the merger with Home Federal Bank. Based in the Bank’s Eugene downtown offices, he manages all marketing and communications initiatives for the Bank’s 37 branches throughout Oregon and
Idaho. David also serves as President of the Bank of the Cascades Foundation, a nonprofit foundation that has distributed over $1.1 million in grants to other nonprofit organizations throughout the Bank’s two-state footprint.

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September 30, 2015 | 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Networking & Continental Breakfast at 8:30, Presentation at 9:00
Partners In Care, Wyatt Room | 2075 NE Wyatt Court | Bend, Oregon 97701

Member Pass Eligible, $25 NAO Members, $50 Nonmembers

Facilitator
Adrienne Graham, Regional Director for Central Oregon, Nonprofit Association of Oregon

Panelists
Annie Klug, Senior Social Responsibility Program Manager, Portland Trail Blazers
David Eldred, Director of Marketing & Foundation President, Bank of the Cascades
TBA

Learn why leading regional companies are seeking impactful connections to your community and how they can benefit your organization. Explore how companies utilize Foundation and corporate giving to support organizations like yours, and better understand what other non-cash assets these businesses have to benefit local communities. Determine how your organization can best access all they have to offer in order to build lasting partnerships.

A panel of leaders representing a diverse pool of businesses committed to social responsibility will share how they focus their community engagement efforts. Each panelist will have the opportunity to talk about how they connect to the community, how they like to be solicited for support, and what resources they can offer your organization. In this session you will learn:

  • Why business values community engagement
  • How to connect with corporate engagement programs
  • How to be a great partner for community engagement efforts

The panelists for this session will share the following information:

  • Organizational background
  • Strategic areas of impact
  • Giving policies, priorities, and process
  • Additional and unique non-cash assets
  • How to begin accessing these resources
  • How to build more in-depth relationships
  • Examples and success stories

About the Presenters

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Adrienne Graham

Adrienne Graham became NAO's Regional Director for Central Oregon in April 2014. Adrienne supports collaboration, communication, and the flow of resources to Central Oregon nonprofits. Adrienne serves as an on-the-ground nonprofit specialist providing free 'light' coaching and technical assistance and she connects nonprofits to other regional resources such as NAO's Regional Event Calendar, an educational and professional development Scholarship Program and a soon-to-be-rolled-out online Nonprofit Resource Directory. Adrienne has served nonprofits as executive director, volunteer, board member and consultant.

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Annie Klug

Annie Klug joined the Trail Blazers as the Senior Social Responsibility Program Manager in August 2014. Klug is primarily responsible for developing the company's relationships with nonprofits and schools across Oregon and SW Washington. She also leads the team's corporately sponsored community programs, facilitates Trail Blazers Foundation and player community events, and oversees various fundraising initiatives for the Trail Blazers Foundation including the make it better Rip City 5050 Raffle in partnership with the Safeway Foundation. Klug joined the Trail Blazers after years in the nonprofit sector, most recently as Project Director of >24 for the United Way of the Columbia-Willamette since October 2013. Prior to that, Klug held the position of Communications Manager at Oregon Mentors (now the Institute for Youth Success at Education Northwest), supporting youth development programs across the state since 2009, and worked for a public relations and public affairs firm for four years beginning in 2005. Klug earned an MBA in Nonprofit Management from the University of Portland in 2013 and was a graduate of the University of Oregon's Lundquist College of Business with a Bachelor of Arts in 2005.

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David Eldred

A lifelong banker with deep roots in the Pacific Northwest, David Eldred joined Bank of the Cascades in 2014 as part of the merger with Home Federal Bank. Based in the Bank’s Eugene downtown offices, he manages all marketing and communications initiatives for the Bank’s 37 branches throughout Oregon and Idaho. David also serves as President of the Bank of the Cascades Foundation, a nonprofit foundation that has distributed over $1.1 million in grants to other nonprofit organizations throughout the Bank’s two-state footprint.

NEW! Attend the Series as a Member Pass Holder

We encourage participants to attend the entire Nonprofit Network of Central Oregon series by using a NAO Member Pass. You MUST log in to your NAO user account to purchase.
Buy Now | Learn More | Become a Member

When
September 30th, 2015 from  8:30 AM to 10:30 AM
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Partners In Care
Wyatt Room
2075 NE Wyatt Court
Bend, OR 97701
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City Bend
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