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Boys & Girls Clubs 112215
AN INTERVIEW WITH ERIN HUBERT, CEO OF THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF PORTLAND METRO ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH AT-RISK YOUTH.
stability its sustainability. Is not easy to achieve magically coming out of recession recession took a huge told on a lot of organizations so. Really creating a sustainable organization that is here. Federal law determine the
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.
income people. There always the first to suffer the effects of the recession but always the last to recover. Because they have the jobs that pay the worst and as people get forced out of
Subaru Love Promise 080215
AN INTERVIEW WITH BEN BRADSHAW, GENERAL SALES MANAGER WITH CARR SUBARU, CHERYL BICKLE, PRINCIPAL AND TEACHER WITH COMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL SCHOOL, AND ELIZABETH NYE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH GIRLS, INC., ABOUT HOW CARR SUBARU IS SUPPORTING THESE NON-PROFITS THROUGH THE SUBARU LOVE PROMISE.
we approach the upcoming school year. And wind at school of the recession we are absolutely there would. With surgical partners offering programs I'm and then in the summer we also. Offer camps and workshops
Auto Show JDRF Charity 2.1.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH GREG REMENSPERGER, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE PORTLAND AUTO DEALERS AND JUDY SUMMERS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR JDRF ABOUT THE CHARITY NIGHT AT THE AUTO SHOW AND THE BENEFICIARIES OF THE MONEY RAISED.
industry is very strong right now and deck coming out of the recession . We are. Out ready to show our wares on all the new product that new technology that's coming out of the manufacturers
Warner Pacific College Diversity Education 11.9.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. DAYMOND GLENN, VICE PRESIDENT FOR COMMUNITY LIFE, CHIEF DIVERSITY OFFICER, AND PROFESSOR OF URBAN STUDIES AT WARNER PACIFIC COLLEGE ABOUT HIS WORK IN THE AREA OF DIVERSITY ON AND OFF CAMPUS.
have done a lot of work of Portland are lectures nationally Obama recession Obama working in. Despite not too many people out there and I know that we may talk about it later but armed
Home Builders Foundation 7.20.14
An interview with Ken Cowdery, executive director of the Home Builders Foundation, which builds and renovates shelters and transitional housing facilities for those experiencing homelessness in our community, including domestic violence survivors.
facts are reflected tell people have. In the -- of the housing recession in 045 years ago when things were really bad for home builders. The home builders foundation did one of the two biggest
Home Energy Assessments
A discussion with Will Villota, the Director of Marketing for Clean Energy Works Oregon, about their money-saving process for helping homeowners with energy assessments and remodels that will make their homes far more energy efficient. www.cewo.org
jobs under a lot of construction job a lot in the Great Recession -- more homeowners that participate. The more out of contract confirmed that we work which I need to hire more workers so we're really proud of that. Until 2007 action work with a company I sold doors and windows and siding and decking a building materials various types for about eight years and when I moved you know out of there are coming -- radio and just shortly after that was the recession and that company boy it'd take a hit. Well I mean yeah you're smarter -- so. Let's talk about clean energy works
Environmental Economics - Part 2
A discussion with Kristen Sheeran, the Director of the Economics For Equity And The Environment Network (www.e3network.org), about the correlation between the national and global economy and the effort to save our planet from the current environmental crisis.
now and then threatened to basically keep us mired in any -- recession as. Flash. Recovery that's very slowly and barely inching along depending upon who you ask him in the first place. So let's
A discussion with Dennis Morrow, from Janus Youth Programs, as well as Susan Stratton & Darcy Vincent, from NBS Multifamily Management, about the state of affordable housing and the homeless youth issue in the Portland/Vancouver area. www.janusyouth.org www.multifamily.com
summer we were turning ten to fifteen to tonight back before the recession started in the Summers we would run fifty to 75% capacity and if you think of and I -- emergency shelters like
that seems to be mean just Canada natural symptom of of the recession . Me you know impede people's. Wages are are stagnating and then the cost of living is going up and up and up so. Suddenly what used to be a third -- take home pay is now have you take on John if you look at Oklahoma choose one of the transit we've seen is the increased number of views on the street and and many of them -- us a story when the command many of them are the oldest child so -- eighteen years old when my family. It's a recession and they lost a job. And basically somebody had to go and so there the first one against Jefferson solicited to -- leader and what we're dealing with so how are we doing and they in the pro market. And in the market -- speaking about conventional apartment. The market on if you're an investor is that luck because along with the recession and a lot of people -- to their home. Into foreclosure or what have you it created a large demand for apartment
of times have been entry level jobs. And an impasse before the recession there was sort of an assembly line that moved him from the streets to a shelter shelter to a program program to
A discussion with Chris Denzin, the Vice President and General Manager of CenturyLink, about the various charitable efforts they support, including their upcoming partnership with 99.5 The Wolf for “The Hunt For A Cure”, supporting Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. www.oetc.org/centurylink www.centurylink.com
you know these are employees leader of people who brought food into recession locations. Against our retirees but Costa county you know -- 40000 pounds of food Columbia gorge -- dead fish 24000. Pounds of