Please join us for connection, learning, project support, free lunch and fun.
Interested in becoming part of the Intertwine Project Network but not sure yet? We encourage you to join us to learn more.
All meetings are held at the David Evans & Associates building (home to The Intertwine Alliance) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., unless otherwise specified.
SPRING 2018: Tuesday, April 24
Theme: Funders roundtable, back by popular demand. This year's line-up includes the East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District, Gray Family Foundation, Standard Insurance, City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services, Metro and possibly others.
Please RSVP here by Friday, April 13.
SPRING 2016: Thursday, April 14
A variety of funders -- including the Gray Family Foundation, East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District, West Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District, Metro and others -- shared their goals and interests. Project leaders were invited to speak to the funders directly about their collaborative projects during roundtable discussions.
SUMMER 2016: Tuesday, July 12
Word-class storyteller Will Hornyak led a workshop about furthering organizational and project success through the art of spinning a whopping good tale.
From Irish folktales and Native American legends to Russian fairytales, Greek myths and original material, Will weaves a wide web of oral traditions into engaging performances, workshops and classes. He teaches storytelling in professional communication at Marylhurst University and assists corporate and non-profit organizations in telling the stories that reflect their values, vision and mission. Will has worked with the Portland based nonprofit Open Hearts Open Minds to integrate dialogue groups, storytelling and theatre into Oregon penitentiaries. A Young Audiences roster artist since 1997, Will was recently selected to perform at the National Storytelling Festival in October of 2016.
FALL 2016: Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the Intertwine Alliance Fall Summit
WINTER 2017: Tuesday, Dec. 6
The Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) put on a workshop about facilitating collaborative projects and meetings in a way that is sensitive to cultural differences. Different cultures approach social and business relationships in different ways. This workshop improves understanding of those differences, and helps you encourage more participation, be more inclusive, build stronger relationships and get better outcomes.
SPRING 2017: Thursday, March 9
Gray Family Foundation, Meyer Memorial Trust, Oregon Community Foundation, Spirit Mountain Community Fund and West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District will join us to share their priorities and processes. Project leaders will have a chance to speak to funders directly about their collaborative projects.