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NeighborWorks Umpqua conducted a national search and interview process to find a new chief executive officer, before choosing someone who was already working for the nonprofit agency.

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ROSEBURG — Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center received a $25,000 grant from Petco Love for its lifesaving work for animals in Douglas County.

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NeighborWorks Umpqua, which has been struggling financially for several years and lost its top two executive officers on the same day in February, has hired a new chief financial officer.

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The top two executives at NeighborWorks Umpqua have abruptly parted ways with the agency and a national search firm has been enlisted to find their replacements.

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Things are happening at the YMCA of Douglas County, despite the facility being shuttered due to statewide restrictions put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Yes, the extra space and the fine-tuned HVAC and the climate-controlled pantry are all nice. But ask Roseburg Dream Center Director Tim Edmondson what really excites him about the center’s new location and he’ll tell you it’s the portable shower trailer he can now park out front once a week.

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Adapt, which provides myriad services including addiction treatment and mental health services, was named one of the top nonprofit companies to work for in Oregon in a recent survey by Oregon Business magazine.

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Umpqua Health Alliance handed out more than $150,000 last month to community partners through the COVID-19 Relief Fund to help feed, house and otherwise assist vulnerable Douglas County residents.

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Area nonprofits that need funding to help lift a project could get some help from AARP thanks to a grant program the organization is offering.

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As program manager for the United Community Action Network food bank in Roseburg, Sarah McGregor recognizes the importance of dry goods to help tide families over during hard times.

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The sound of sanders, drills and buzz saws could be heard outside River Arena at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Saturday. Three assembly lines comprised of more than 100 volunteers worked in the summer heat to build 50 bunk beds to be donated to those in need. The back of their blue shirt…