OPPORTUNITY abounds

Working together makes it happen

For more than 35 years, NEDCO has been building opportunities in our community. By supporting financial stability and responsible homeownership, providing access to markets for local farmers and food producers, creating unique programs for micro-businesses and fueling the renewed interest in downtown Springfield, NEDCO is helping people build a future with promise.

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Become a member of NEDCO! $75 buys you unlimited classes and counseling.  Click here to find out more!

Program Spotlight: Opportunity@Work

Workplace-Based Financial Literacy – You’re an employer who cares about your workforce. You know that finances are important to your employees. But did you know just how much financial stress impacts the workplace?

Employee financial stability is good for business. At NEDCO, we make it easy to provide your employees with the benefit of personal financial stability.

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NEDCO’s Annual Report is in. If you would like to view it please click here.

 

WINTER WEATHER NOTE: Our offices generally follow the local school delays and closures. If we make a different decision for any office, that information will be posted here.

 

What's going on in the Community
  • Spring is here! NEDCO has a full slate of English and Spanish homebuyer and financial wellness program through out the Willamette Valley. Every class complimentary for NEDCO Members. Not a member yet? $75 buying you and your household one year of unlimited classes and one-on-one counseling.…
  • Are you ready to take control of the homebuying process? These classes will help you get financially prepared to reach your goal of owning your home. NEDCO is bringing its HUD-certified ABCs of Homebuying and Financial Foundations classes to the Siuslaw Public Library in Florence in…
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  • The first program graduate, Niyah Ross, is pictured here on her closing day. Niyah has used both NEDCO and Homes for Good programs throughout her homeownership and financial empowerment journey. Niyah was referred to NEDCO through Homes For Good’s Family Self-Sufficiency Program in 2012. Since…