Assessing the Potential for Nonprofit Organizations in Redmond, Oregon


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Professor Dyana Mason’s Nonprofit Consultancy class worked in four
groups to provide nonprofit advice to Redmond community members and
city staff in four separate subject-areas. Students assessed the feasibility
of establishing nonprofit organizations for a community foundation, a
family justice center, a cultural arts center, and a housing shelter.Students assessed organizational needs and recommended solutions
for organizational success. Further, students conducted a needs
assessment for each of the aforementioned nonprofit organizations. By
using a variety of methodologies including case studies, stakeholder
interviews, and recommendations, students studied the feasibility of
starting each nonprofit organization/foundation.

Read the final student report delivered to the local gov/community partner.

Sustainable City Year Program Contact Info
Megan Banks
Sustainable City Year Program Manager
(541) 346-6395

University Faculty Contact
Dyana Mason
Planning, Public Policy and Management

Local Government / Community Contact
Heather Richards

Community Development Director

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