Updated April 13, 2020 Hi Folks, The UCP board is meeting online to discuss how we can best respond to the #covid19 health care and economic crisis. In the meantime if you are looking to volunteer please join… Read More
A mind map is a great way to clear your thinking on any subject or project. Some people use the technique as a “brain dump” which helps a lot with overwhelm when you have too many ideas floating… Read More
Kat passed on this great resource and I thought everyone could benefit. This post covers: What do we do at our first meeting? What do we talk about? How do we write an agenda? How do we table… Read More
Hello! As UCP webmaster I’d like to let folks know what we’ve been building out these last few years. Here are some resources which are available to everyone in the community on the UCP website. We’ve worked on… Read More
Getting your accounts set up right makes the work much more hassle-free down the road. As I was sorting out the resources available for United Community Partners I thought I would share what I found with the rest… Read More
Need to create a mail list for your small business, project or organization? Look no further than MailChimp. It’s free up to 2000 people on your list, it has all kinds of tools and tricks to keep your… Read More
VISION: United Community Partners is dedicated to the success of Pine Valley and the Baker County Panhandle as home to vibrant communities informed by our rural heritage, nurtured by our natural wonders, guided by shared principles and sustained by the creative energy of people leading healthy, productive, rewarding lives.
MISSION: United Community Partners facilitates access to organizational assistance for citizen-led initiatives which stimulate economic activity, foster goodwill and fellowship, and enhance Pine Valley and Panhandle communities as rural places to live and work.
United Community Partners is community development 501c3 organization in Baker County, Oregon serving the Pine-Eagle Community.