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We’re Hiring a Director of Fund Development!

If you see yourself in the description below and you're excited to work on behalf of Oregon's children, please contact us at info@cffo.org with your resume and cover letter as soon as possible. Director of Fund Development    Children First for Oregon (CFFO) is a...

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Join Us for Community Pints!

Children First for Oregon is pleased to announce that we are the designated beneficiary for Deschutes Brewery‘s Community Pints this February! Join us on Tuesdays in February (February 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th) to support Children First as you sip tasty beer!...

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Join our team as Executive Director

Executive Director Position Description The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer of Children First for Oregon (CFFO). The Executive Director reports to a Board of Directors, and is responsible for the organization's consistent achievement of its mission....

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3 days ago
As young people across Oregon and the world prepare for this week's #GlobalClimateStrike, it's important to be aware of the detrimental impacts climate change is having on all living things. #ClimateJustice

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5 days ago
"The Student Success Act marks a turning point for education in Oregon. We can finally invest in an education system that will ensure every single student in our state is on a path to realizing their dreams for the future." - Governor Kate Brown

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1 week ago
"Oregon ranks near the bottom in a nation that is generally short on resources for addressing mental wellness."

We need to increase access to mental health services in Oregon. Children and teens need our support. #OurChildren

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1 week ago
Adults who self-report more positive childhood experiences (PCEs) tend to have a lower likelihood of clinical depression or poor adult mental health, and a higher probability of healthy adulthood interpersonal relationships." #OurChildren

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1 week ago
The RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Student Empowerment) Program at David Douglas High School is looking for volunteers! RISE's aim is to engage and empower immigrant and refugee high school students through a culturally responsive after school program.

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2 weeks ago
Unite Oregon continues to advocate for immigrant and refugee families across Oregon. They offer citizenship classes in Rogue Valley, starting October 2nd!

Thank you @UniteOregon for being our partner on the Children's Agenda.

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