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OFB named no. 4 most admired nonprofit

December 6, 2013
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Most Admired logo Portland Business Journal surveys 3,000 Oregon CEOs

Portland, Ore. (December 5, 2013) – On Thursday, December 5, Portland Business Journal recognized Oregon’s Most Admired Companies at a luncheon held at the Hilton in downtown Portland. At the event, Oregon Food Bank was named No. 4 Most Admired Company in the non-profit category.
“We are honored to be recognized alongside so many other worthy organizations doing such great work in our communities,” said Susannah Morgan, Oregon Food Bank CEO. “We are grateful that this ranking indicates strong statewide support of our mission to eliminate hunger and its root causes … because no one should be hungry.”

Portland Business Journal’s Most Admired list is compiled from confidentially surveying more than 3,000 CEOs across the state and SW Washington. CEOs ranked organizations based on criteria such as innovation, quality of management, community involvement, quality of products and services, branding and marketing. The full results of the survey are featured in a special publication released on December 6 by the Portland Business Journal.

About Oregon Food Bank
With sufficient public will and support of the entire community, we believe it is possible to eliminate hunger and its root causes. Oregon Food Bank collects and distributes food through a network of four Oregon Food Bank branches and 17 independent regional food banks serving Oregon and southwest Washington. The Oregon Food Bank Network helps nearly 1 in 5 households fend off hunger. Oregon Food Bank also leads statewide efforts to increase resources for hungry families and to eliminate the root causes of hunger through advocacy, nutrition education, garden education, and helping communities strengthen local food systems.

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