Your website is such a shining light for us nonprofits… thank you for giving us some coverage and letting us show off our important work.”
That testimonial from “I Have A Dream” Foundation – Oregon validates our passion for honoring the work of local charities.
PortlandSocietyPage.com is a free public news source for nonprofits. Trusted, accurate and positive, we love our local charities and their vibrant events! We spotlight your luminaries and shine a well-deserved spotlight on outstanding nonprofits. With a free Sunday email, subscribers enjoy thoughtful information about positive and proactive movers and shakers in their hometown.
As the Editor and Publisher of PortlandSocietyPage.com, it’s my privilege to collaborate with Development Officers in the nonprofit community to honor patrons who make a difference. I’ve been a professional journalist and writer since 1987, (and long-time reporter for KOIN-TV.) I’m also a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. As an active member of the National Charity League, I’ve seen first-hand the transforming power of authentic community involvement.
PortlandSocietyPage.com also fuels my other professional passion: writing. As a nationally published reporter, with a Master’s Degree in Journalism, I love to report positive news and information. Journalism has also connected me with another non-profit where I’ve had experience as a leader, the Northwest’s biggest writer’s organization: The Willamette Writers.
With PortlandSocietyPage.com, I’m very pleased to provide a news and information website – always free for nonprofits – which highlights exciting charity events! —Elisa Klein, Editor & Publisher
We’re pleased to introduce our current intern from Portland State University, Lauren Danielsen.
Here’s some information about Lauren in her own words:
Working as an intern for Portland Society Page has helped me gain valuable experience for the future, as I am very interested in getting involved more in the nonprofit world. I enjoy sharing the stories of different organizations and the impact they create within the community.”
THANK YOU LAUREN! You’re making a difference in our community by helping to tell the stories of our outstanding local nonprofits!
Would you like to intern for PortlandSocietyPage.com? If journalism is your calling, then here’s a good place to start. Contact us!