Small acts. Big impact. Getting work done for our communities.
This community project management platform was created in 2013 and is provided to Oregon and southwest Washington community organizations working for the common good by FMYI and Marie Deatherage from the Meyer Memorial Trust.
The Grant County Fair Board and staff are plotting a new course for the Grant County Fairgrounds. The strategic plan has been put into place and there is work to be done. The Grant County Fair Board and …more »
Oregon Adopt-A-River, a partnership between SOLVE and the Oregon State Marine Board, supports individuals and organizations in cleaning and preserving their favorite stretch of waterway (river, lake or …more »
ASPIRE is a mentoring program that matches trained and supportive adult volunteer mentors with middle and high school students to develop a plan to help them meet their education goals beyond high school. …more »
Do you wish Oregonians knew about the impact of businesses on our communities? Now you can tell them! Use this project space to share the stories, innovative business models, and best practices of how …more »
Fundraising for your project or organization doesn't have to be such a daunting task when you have access to the rights tools, some sage advice, and a community of practice to tap into. This is a space …more »
You have questions? The community has answers! Whether it's about organizing a block party in your neighborhood to preparing you community for disaster—we want to know what stands in your way from taking …more »
The migration of youth is one of the systemic issues facing our rural towns. When a young person leaves, they are taking part of the future of their community with them. How can we connect and keep youth …more »
Libraries around our state have to cut back hours, staff, and in certain counties close completely. How can we make sure all Oregonians have a place to read, learn, and connect in the years to come? Connect …more »
Connect here with disaster management experts, community leaders and engaged citizens across the state to explore ideas for collaborating, sharing and organizing disaster management work through a central …more »
A Cascadia Subduction Zone event will begin with a magnitude 9.0 near shore earthquake closely followed by a series of devastating coastal Tsunami waves. It can occur at any time and during any season. …more »
Mission: Providing the community with research and evidence based education and support services for new-mothers and their families because all women deserve access to breastfeeding support and doula care …more »
1/5 of the national economy is currently driven by remote workers and home-based businesses. The purpose of this project space is to discuss ways to position Oregon as a state that helps remote workers …more »
Our mission was to "Develop a tool and community that Oregonians will use to connect with one another and work together to get things done for the common good." On this resource page you will find videos …more »
Non-profit organizations work hard to make change happen in Oregon. This space is to connect the non-monetary resources of Oregonians with the needs of the non-profits and their beneficiaries. Please …more »