Charity ReviewIssued: July 2015 Expires: July 2017
Standards for Charity Accountability
NeighborImpact meets the 20 Standards for Charity Accountability.
NeighborImpact supports people and strengthens communities.
Incorporated: 1984 in OR
NeighborImpact serves all of Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties. They envision a Central Oregon where residents, regardless of their income status, have hope and optimism, and have access to community resources that see them through times of need. NeighborImpact provides services that address basic human needs for food and shelter, access to increased education, and life skills.
NeighborImpact offers the following programs and services:
- HomeSource: a HUD-approved housing counseling agency serving Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson Counties.HomeSource connects its community with a variety of workshops, programs and services to help buy, maintain and sustain a home.
- Head Start: a quality pre-school program offering much more than classroom learning. Head Start partners with parents and caregivers to make sure that families have access to: quality pre-kindergarten education; health and dental care; family support; and nutritional meals.
- Child Care Resources: a program staffed by experts in connecting families with trained providers and day care centers in Central Oregon. The NeighborImpact Child Care Resources program also provides training and tools for child care providers.
- Food Bank: NeighborImpact's Regional Food Bank collects and distributes food to more than 40 different sites throughout Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson Counties. Find food pantries in Central Oregon at: www.neighborimpact.org/services/food/food-pantries/.
- Heating & Energy Assistance: If you are cold, NeighborImpact may be able to help with your heating bills or provide resources to make your home more energy efficient.
- Home Weatherization Program: provides free home weatherization to eligible low-income clients in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties. Clients can be renters or homeowners and live in mobile homes or site built homes. Income guidelines for program eligibility are available on www.neighborimpact.org.
- Housing Assistance Services: provides limited housing assistance services for eligible families in need of emergency shelter, transitional housing and rent assistance.
Nancy's House Family Shelter - provides temporary housing to homeless families with children and requires residents to participate in a case management plan while staying at the facility. Nancy's House is a drug and alcohol-free facility.
The Rapid Rehousing Program is designed to provide affordable housing to homeless households with children in Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties. Participants may remain in the program and receive a rent subsidy for up to one year while working towards becoming self-sufficient.
Emergency Services provides rental assistance as well as information and referral to individuals and families. Assistance is based on funding availability and may only be accessed once every 2 years.
- Skills for Success: For those looking to improve their credit score, manage a budget or build a savings account, NeighborImpact's Skills for Success Program has workshops to help. Workshop programs include: Credit & Budgeting; Money Management Skills; Matched Savings; and Home Buyer Education.
Board Chair: Mr. Chad Carpenter, Lead Pastor
CEO: Mr. Scott Cooper, Executive Director Compensation:* $100,006 Business Affiliation: NeighborImpact
Board Size: 15
Staff: 192* Compensation includes annual salary and, if applicable, benefit plans, expense accounts and other allowances.
% of Related Contributions on Fundraising: 1.63%
This organization is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is eligible to receive contributions deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes.
The following information is based on NeighborImpact Audited Financial Statements for the fiscal year ending Monday, June 30, 2014.
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