For providers interested in increasing opportunity for all Oregonians

Opportunities to come together and dream big don’t come often enough in the nonprofit, public, philanthropic and advocacy sectors.

That’s why Neighborhood Partnerships started the RE:Conference: to bring together those who are dedicated to ensuring every Oregonian has a chance to be successful in life.

On Oct. 29 and 30 the Salem Convention Center will be brimming with potential for breakthrough ideas as some of the brightest minds and practitioners in Oregon’s housing and asset building landscape come together.

Oct. 29 will focus on assets and savings topics like cultural competency, equity, credit building, Children’s Savings Accounts, consumer protection and more. 

Oct. 30 will feature sessions and speakers focused on increasing housing opportunity in Oregon including topics like: “Housing First,” reversing gentrification, making housing a statewide priority and a look forward to the next two legislative sessions.

Last year more than 300 people attended the first-ever RE:Conference. 93% of them said it was one of the best conferences they attended that year - with 17% saying it was the absolute best. 91% said the content and speakers were either good or great and that they left thinking differently about some of our state’s most critical affordable housing and financial stability issues.

Join hundreds of your colleagues for this uniquely Oregon event.


Posted on September 30, 2015 and filed under events.