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Women's Foundation of Oregon

#CountMeIn Call to Action - Week 12: Spend money in rural communities.

Women and families in rural Oregon are more likely to be low-income than their urban coun...terparts. If you don’t live in a rural area, view every trip you make as an opportunity to invest in the local community. When you travel the state, buy your food, gas, and other services in rural areas.

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This is for the 8th, 9th and 10th graders in our neighborhood

Know an 8th, 9th, 10th, or 11th grader interested in serving the community and preparing for disasters? FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency is taking appli...cations for the national Youth Preparedness Council (YPC) until March 30th. The YPC members are selected based on their dedication to public service, their efforts in making a difference in their communities, and their potential to expand their impact as national supporters of youth preparedness. Please share with anyone interested.

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Open Call for Youth Preparedness Council ApplicationsTo start your online application, click here. FEMA extended the application deadline to March 30th, 2018.FEMA created the Youth Preparedness Council (YPC) in 2012 to bring together young leaders who are interested in supporting disaster preparedne...

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Lucy Jones, who calmed the public after California tremors, now works to help cities reduce damage by upgrading buildings and infrastructure. She speaks Monday at the UW.

Read and heed. Then do this important step.

During natural disasters, social media can prove to be far more than simply social media.…

Social media apps are becoming as important as water, food and batteries when communities face natural disasters. One key function is helping people connect with neighbors and support each other.

Valuable, common sense lessons learned here.

A tragic event offers some important lessons...

Yesterday, March 14th at 6:45am fire crews responded to a report of a residential fire in the 4800 block of NE Brazee. A jogger passing by smelled smoke and on investigation noticed the windows of a h...

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Were you affected by the large fire this week in NE Portland? Here are some tips from Multnomah County, Oregon for cleaning your home or business. It's important to safely remove the soot caused by the smoke.

Soot settles over northeast Portland homes as fire crews contain scrap yard fire.

Here you is always the right time to begin, continue your emergency preparedness.
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Be Two weeks ready! Share this video with friends and family and then commit to getting prepared!

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Women's Foundation of Oregon

#CountMeIn Call to Action - Week 11: Spread the word about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).
Week 11: Oregonians leave millions of EITC dollars on the table ...each year that could go primarily to low-income women and children. Any household making less than $54,000 annually could receive over $6,000 per year back. Encourage everyone to file and see if they qualify.

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The March Sunnyside general membership and board meeting will be held on Thursday the 11th, from 7 to 9 pm at Southeast Uplift (3534 SE Main Street). The Agenda is here:…/1Dxshyo9YGuzGiaDUsJq8CvHnLg7…/edit

SNA Meeting Agenda March 8, 2018, 7:00 – 9:00 PM Southeast Uplift Fireside Room, 3534 SE Main Street, Portland, OR Times are approximate Time Item Presenter(s) Info Disc Action 7:00 (5 min) Introductions General X 7:05 (5 min) Approve minutes and agenda X X X 7:10 (5...

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In a major disaster, most people in need of assistance are helped by those around them. Portland's Neighborhood Emergency Team - or NET - program is a group of ...over 1,500 volunteers from the community trained by Portland Bureau of Emergency Management and Portland Fire & Rescue to provide this assistance. On Saturday we're kicking off the largest event in the NET program's history as more than 300 people begin their classroom training. Interested in becoming a NET? Visit to apply. We'll offer additional trainings throughout the year.

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These are worth watching...and watch with your family. Visuals are always helpful.

Portland Public Schools is currently supporting a Community Emergency Response Team - TEEN program. These young adults spend a significant amount of time about hazards in Oregon and how to response in the immediate aftermath. Several of these students put together informational PSA videos. Please take the time to watch the great work these students put into these videos. A HUGE thanks to Portland Public Schools - Disaster Resilience is EVERYONE's responsibility - many hands make light work.

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Portlanders, check and see if your kids' schools are a part of this program. Thanks.

In the wake of the #FloridaSchoolShooting, I wanted to send a reminder that Oregon has a resource called Safe Oregon. It's a website and tip line set up for students to report threats or concerns about anything that raises a red flag, check it out at

In the wake of another school shooting, local officials want to remind young people about a resource called Safe Oregon.

Read and heed, thanks.

The US National Weather Service Portland Oregon has notified us of the potential for winter weather and slick road conditions starting Sunday, February 18th and... continuing at least through Monday morning. All travelers should exercise caution on Portland roadways, particularly at high elevations. Overnight freezing is a possibility which will make for icy conditions for Monday morning's commute.

PBOT crews will be patrolling Portland streets to monitor conditions and treat roads as needed starting Sunday and continuing during the Presidents' Day holiday. The forecasts are changing and variable. Please monitor the weather at your homes and at your travel destinations as road conditions could vary throughout the city.

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(February 17, 2018) The National Weather Service has notified the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) of the potential for winter weather and slick road conditions starting Sunday, February 18th and continuing at least through Monday morning. The traveling public should exercise caution on Port...