Prichard and Nonprofit Association of Oregon Team Up to Help Local Employers and Job Seekers

Social change communications agency Prichard, which operates Mac’s List, is partnering with the Nonprofit Association of Oregon to help local employers and job seekers.

Effective immediately, more than 800 organizations who are members of the Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) will be eligible for $10 off Mac’s List listings between now and November 30, 2015. Eligible members only need sign into the NAO member page to access their discount code. In addition, Mac’s List will provide a version of its jobs board to NAO members on its website.

“The Nonprofit Association of Oregon is Oregon’s leading resource for nonprofits. From capacity building to training, NAO is the first place we send a nonprofit in need of support,” said Jessica Williams, account director for Prichard. “NAO’s innovative approach to helping nonprofits succeed makes them the perfect partner for Mac’s List. Our mission at Prichard is to serve others and we believe that NAO whole-heartedly shares that mission.”

“Mac’s List is the first place we post our jobs. We are so pleased with their reach, their streamlined, easy-to-use website, and their collaborative nature,” said Amy Callahan, director of communications and advancement for NAO. “The folks at Mac’s List truly care about the sector and about connecting the right person to the right job, for Oregon! We look forward to many more opportunities to collaborate with Mac’s List to bring more value to you. Together, we are better.”

About The Nonprofit Association of Oregon

The Nonprofit Association of Oregon is a state-wide membership-based organization working to provide nonprofits with the tools they need to serve their communities so that Oregonians thrive.

Not a member? Consider joining today to take advantage of this special partner discount.

Jenna Cerruti

Account Director Jenna Cerruti leads Prichard’s client work and manages Prichard’s blog. Before Prichard, she spent several years working with for-profit, purpose-drive brands. When she is not developing strategic communications plans, brainstorming digital communications strategies or executing media relations for clients, she is on the hunt to find the best pizza in Portland, likely listening to her favorite diva, Beyonce, along the way.

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