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Oregon Energy Fund 111316
AN INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN ALLBRITTON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OR OREGON ENERGY FUND ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO SUPPORTING ENERGY ASSISTANCE IN OUR AREA AND THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS.
of the organization. So we are talking about the economy earlier. And unemployment . Unemployment is down overall and what it was yeah 2008 with the recession. But so much of that it down that their numbers
Vigilant Shield Foundation 041016
AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVE THOMPSON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH VIGILANT SHIELD FOUNDATION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO SUPPORTING VETERANS AND SMALL BUSINESS, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING AUCTION.
veterans are gonna hire other veterans now the joblessness. You know hernia unemployment rate for veterans will go down. In turn deeds that are enough homelessness rates will go down. I believe that that's that's why
ARC Livible 110115
AN INTERVIEW WITH ROY SOARDS, INTERIM DIRECTOR OF THE ARC OF MULTNOMAH COUNTY AND TERRY DRAYTON, FOUND AND CEO OF LIVIBLE, ABOUT THE WORK ARC DOES FOR PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, AND HOW LIVIBLE HELPS PEOPLE TO MAKE DONATIONS TO ARC THROUGH IT’S STORAGE PLANS.
entering into with our service we provide colonel but it's employment. The unemployment rate of people with disabilities is. It's it's very very high it's it's almost certain it's it's like. 70%. Is the unemployment rates are home now that's normally if you flip it around. Four. Normal. Labor market economics. Arm that's how many people are usually working there's there's a whole lot more you know are you sure about unemployment rate the Portland metro area. I believe is around five and a half percent and and you look at the unemployment rate for people with disabilities it is. That's at least 70% so there's many many people that want to work. And the whose
Human Solutions 092715
AN INTERVIEW WITH JEAN DEMASTER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH HUMAN SOLUTIONS AND DAVID SNODGRASS, PRESIDENT OF DENNIS’ 7 DEE’S, ABOUT THE WORK HUMAN SOLUTIONS DOES TO HELP HOMELESS FAMILIES AND THE GENEROUS DONATIONS THEY RECEIVE FROM DENNIS’ 7 DEES.
lower paying jobs and that forces the people that we serve. Into unemployment or underemployment so coming back is much harder for them it happens to them first but become that much more slowly file
Neighbors In Need 1.4.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH RICK PARISH, PUBLISHER OF THE DAILY NEWS IN LONGVIEW, WA, AND SPOKESPERSON FOR NEIGHBORS IN NEED ABOUT THEIR WORK FEEDING THE HUNGRY IN THEIR AREA.
just amazing. How giving people are it's seems like the higher the unemployment rate goes and the more difficult things seem to be the more money people yes. Little things. If it is it's just amazing. I don't know exactly why don't people. Over the last six years as we've experienced. Significant economic downturn. List super high unemployment rates. It's amazing just the absolute. Amount of money people. Has given in you know in the past years we've even been
Union Gospel Mission 12.21.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH UNION GOSPEL MISSION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO FEEDING THE HOMELESS IN PORTLAND AND THEIR CHRISTMAS PLANS AT THE MISSION.
and in our life change that is outstanding we were very high unemployment rate post graduation. But it takes awhile to get there and again. Someone needs to make heroic efforts to. To readied themselves to.
Union Gospel Mission 11.2.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH UNION GOSPEL MISSION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO FEEDING THE HOMELESS IN PORTLAND AND THEIR THANKSGIVING PLANS AT THE MISSION.
and in our life changed that is outstanding we are very high unemployment rate post graduation. But it takes awhile to get there and again. Someone needs to make a heroic efforts to. To ready themselves
Housing the Homeless
A discussion with Marc Jolin, the Executive Director of JOIN, an organization dedicated to getting our homeless community off the street and back into affordable housing, about the state of homelessness in the Portland area and the good work they are doing to end the problem. www.joinpdx.com
on our show so. A lot has happened since then especially with unemployment numbers and such we're hearing a lot about that right now is that impacted you -- work. I mean I'm sure that
of us have lost that paycheck -- in this recession and as unemployment continues to be -- A lot of that informal supports the people rely on to get through difficult times whether it's a
Diabetes Education and Prevention
A discussion with Judy Fry, a diabetes educator, and Jesse Wornum, a contestant from Season 11 of The Biggest Loser, about what is being done to educate the public about diabetes and what you can do to help prevent it. Visit The American Diabetes Association’s Free Diabetes Expo at the Oregon Convention Center on February 11th. www.diabetes.org
to do the -- right right but it's incredible I'll I'll -- unemployment and. Can he change just a little bit of a timely analogy you make a plan -- to change yourself and in
Oregon Food Bank
A discussion with Rachel Bristol, the CEO of the Oregon Food Bank, about the growing issue of hunger in Oregon and what you can do to help them quell the rising tide. Please listen and help where you can. www.oregonfoodbank.com
Reagan decided to relieve commodities. To Singapore during that time of high unemployment payments -- interest share was asked to do. Figure out how to get it distributed around the day without any money can
of food. And then we allocate them out based on poverty and unemployment by county he. He did when he regional food banks around the okay. And then we deliver the food for the twenty
mansion with the economy being as it is and and certainly the unemployment levels here in organ. Specifically on I would imagine that the hunger problem is growing by leaps and bounds what are we