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OAS Clients

Since 2008, NeighborWorks OAS has offered its services to nonprofit organizations outside the NeighborWorks network. These assessments result in valuable insights and specific steps to enhance organizational effectiveness.

In many cases, a sponsoring organization such as a state housing agency or a foundation will contract with OAS to conduct a number of assessments to assist its partner nonprofits. The assessment is a supportive process for nonprofits that may be experiencing leadership transition, organizational growth or revised policies and procedures.


Map of OAS clients

Clients, for PROMPT assessments listed by sponsoring organization

*denotes self-sponsor
Meyer Memorial Trust, Portland, OR (5)
BBVA Compass Foundation, Birmingham, AL (4)
BB&T: OAS collaboration with Enterprise Community Partners in Philadelphia, PA (2)
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing, Columbus, OH (1)
Dorchester Bay EDC, Dorchester, MA (1) *
CASA of Oregon, Sherwood, OR (1) *
Local Initiatives Support Corp (LISC), Houston, TX (2)
Enterprise Community Partners, Chicago, IL (2)
Portland Housing Bureau, Portland, OR (2)
Interfaith Housing Services, Inc., Hutchinson, KS (1) *
Oregon Housing & Community Services, Salem, OR (10)
Housing Initiative Partnership (HIP Homes), Hyattsville, MD (1) *
United Way of Central Alabama, Birmingham, AL (6)
Nebraska Department of Economic Development, Lincoln, NE (4)
Central Indiana Community Foundation, Indianapolis, IN (1)
New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority, Albuquerque, NM (3)
Wells Fargo Foundation, San Francisco, CA (1)


Clients of Targeted Assessments, listed by sponsoring organization

BBVA Compass Foundation, Birmingham, AL (1)
Local Initiatives Support Corp.(2)
CDFI Fund: Native CDFIs (8)
CDFI Fund, Department of the Treasury, Washington, DC (15)
Next Step®, “Affordable Housing Done Right”, Louisville, KY (6)

"Thank you for your help in getting us started on our way toward building a stronger Columbia Cascade Housing Corporation with the capacity to help more families improve their housing situation."
- Ruby Mason, executive director, Columbia Cascade Housing Corporation

Training & Services

For more information, contact: 

Jeff Baloutine
OAS@NW.ORG