Expanding Nonprofit Fundraising Channels

Partners

Arts Alliance of Yamhill County Baker Creek Community Church
CASA of Yamhill County McMinnville Covenant Church
Chehalem Youth & Family Services
Corban University
Elks Lodge - McMinnville
Gilbert House Children’s Museum
Give a Little Foundation
Homeward Bound Pets
Juliette’s House
Love INC of the Newberg Area
McMinnville Area Habitat For Humanity
McMinnville Christian Academy
McMinnville Free Clinic
MV Advancements
Pregnancy Counseling and Information Centers
"See Ya Later" Foundation (SYL)
Sheridan Japanese School Foundation
Soroptimist International of McMinnville
Soup Kitchen at St. Barnabas
Yamhill Carlton Together Cares (YCTC)
Yamhill Community Action Partnership (YCAP)
Yamhill County Gospel Rescue Mission (YCGRM)

Generous Supporters


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Partner Agreement Overview

DONOR CONTRIBUTIONS: Nonprofit partners will, through their supporters and donors, solicit donations of goods which will be sold via an online listing service. Donations become property of MacHub but are subject to the donor’s designation of sales proceeds. Donors will receive a tax receipt from MacHub wherein, donations are eligible for tax benefits as charitable contributions. Donations that are deemed unsalable will be reviewed and/or contributed to an appropriate charity or discarded. At the end of each month, MacHub will pay each designated nonprofit a commission based on the sales from the previous month. Commissions under $25 will be carried over and paid with the next month’s commission.


CONTRIBUTING PARTNER: A nonprofit can qualify to be a Contributing Partner. In addition to actively promoting MacHub, a Contributing Partner would be responsible for supporting MacHub by taking on logistical pieces of the process and either assisting in providing volunteers and/or off-site sorting and storage. This partner would typically have a consistent flow of incoming donations that is received and sorted at the nonprofit’s location and then delivered to MacHub’s warehouse. To qualify to be a Contributing Partner, MacHub requires a negotiated, written agreement.


If you are interested in qualifying your organization as a MacHub Partner you may download the Terms of Service Agreement to apply.


Production Process Overview

Step 1: Sort and Pre-Sort The first step is to determine whether or not the item may have value and if the item is able to be sold through our channels of liquidation.

Step 2: Intake The second step is to add the item into our system. This includes recording the shipping measurement, inputting the appropriate price and bagging and tagging the item.

Step 3: Image The third step consists of taking appropriate photos of each item and uploading them to the hub

Step 4: Describe This step is simply describing the item so that it may be placed on our selling channels.

Step 5: Post Posting is a piece of the production process that is contained within our administration function. This step consists of checking the item one last time before posting it to our selling channels.

Step 6: Shelf Once an item is posted then it is ready to be shelved in our warehouse inventory.

Step 7: Payment The payment step is the second of the two steps in the production process that is an administration function. This step includes payment processing and fulfillment.

Step 8: Pull When an item is ready to be shipped, it must be pulled from our inventory.

Step 9: Pack Just before an item is shipped, it must be packaged properly.

Step 10: Ship The final step of the production process is shipping the item to the appropriate buyer.


Partner Information

Give a Little Foundation

The Give a Little Foundation provides direct, immediate, one-time financial assistance to residents of Yamhill County facing a crisis or emergency. By funding requests at critical times, we aim to prevent at-risk recipients from falling into the downward spiral of poverty, and we strive to help alleviate extreme hardship. We work as a “second-tier” foundation, collaborating closely with a wide range of frontline relief, employment, religious, and other agencies and organizations that identify worthy recipients for us.


Yamhill Carlton Together Cares (YCTC)
Mission Statement: To strengthen our community citizenship by coordinating and delivering services to all youth and families in our rural area of Yamhill and Carlton.
Goals:
Develop a Community Center by creating an account to accumulate designated funds, securing land, applying for grants and/or special financing and enlisting partnerships and community support. We recently adopted the following goal with a 3-5 year timeline Promote the well-being of all youth and families through programs that enrich confidence, character and physical health. Facilitate enthusiasm for volunteerism through local resources by creating opportunities for all to participate in the delivery of our services.
Maintain and enhance a formal method of evaluation for our programs and business practices. Ensure reliable communication via all media sources to reach all community audiences.

Soup Kitchen at St. Barnabas
Mission Statement: The Soup Kitchen @ St. Barnabas is the “feeding meals ministry” of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in McMinnville. We open our Parish Hall and welcome, without conditions, those whom we are called to serve – “I was hungry and you fed me” (Matthew 25). Description: There is no “soup line” – our guests are served restaurant-style from an ever changing menu of delicious and nutritious food. With support from our community, the Soup Kitchens serves more than 30,000 meals per year. Some of those served appear to be home- less, but most are families struggling to stretch a limited income. All want to be respected and accepted.

Juliette’s House
Mission Statement: To provide compassionate intervention through prevention, assessment and support for children and families who may have been impacted by child abuse. Description: Juliette’s House Child Abuse Intervention Center performs medical and forensic assessments of children in Yamhill, Polk and Tillamook counties referred to it by child protective services and law enforcement. It offers treatment referrals and referrals to community resources, and follow-up support to children and their non-offending family members. It works towards child abuse prevention through its Safe Kids CAP in-school K-5 classroom workshops and Safe Touch Family Support Groups. Juliette’s House brings the agencies and personnel in the investigation to the child in a home-like, child-focused setting. All services at Juliette’s House are provided free of charge.

MV Advancements
Our mission: MV Advancements’ mission is to assist persons with disabilities to develop to their highest potential and achieve ful lling lives.
MV Advancements provides employment, residential and community inclusion services to more than 225 individuals in Yamhill, Polk and Marion counties. Founded by Margaret Reavis Larsen, our commitment is to help adults with developmental disabilities advance at work, at home and in the community. Our innovative approach and caring, responsive staff have allowed us to serve these individuals with the highest quality of care for nearly 50 years. We partner with local business to match workforce needs with our clients’ skills and experience for successful hires and long-term supported employment in our communities. These partnerships create win-win opportunities for the business and the individual, and can be life changing for all.

McMinnville Area Habitat For Humanity
Mission Statement: To partner with low-income families by offering home ownership oppor- tunities through the construction of simple, safe, energy efficient, and affordable homes. Description: McMinnville Habitat For Humanity is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity Inter- national, an ecumenical housing ministry dedicated to eliminating poverty housing from the face of the earth. McMinnville Habitat For Humanity’s goal is big, but we believe that it can be accomplished by attacking the problem one community at a time. Founded in 1991, we have built over 40 homes with families in the greater McMinnville area. Twenty- ve of these homes have been built in McMinnville, six in Lafayette, two in Sheridan, and one in Amity. We partner with families that live or work in the communities of McMinnville, Amity, Lafayette, Carlton, Yamhill, Sheridan and Willamina.

“See Ya Later” Foundation
Mission Statement: To Inspire Youth and Encourage Families.
Description: The “See Ya Later” foundation is a non-pro t organization, began out of the inspiration of a 12-year-old boy who died of cancer. Scott Banke had a zest for life and a courage that motivates the mission of the Foundation. We are encouraging youth by offering a variety of day camps, annual college scholarships and provide support and encouragement to families who are struggling with medical crises. Our hope is through these events and op- portunities; we will help make a difference in our children and their families for years to come.

Corban University
Mission Statement: “To educate Christians who will make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ.” Description: Corban University is a highly respected institution equipping students to be leaders with character, respect, integrity, and a heart to serve others in their chosen profession. We offer a transformational education, academically and spiritually, in a wide variety of majors, from education to business and from counseling to political science.

Yamhill County Gospel Rescue Mission (YCGRM)
Mission Statement: To provide food, shelter, and hope for the soul through the love of Jesus Christ. Description: The Yamhill County Gospel Rescue Mission will continue to labor and expand to better serve men, women, and families. The objective is to provide a Christ centered facility that will disciple and train anyone that the Lord sends our way. Our goals include a building that would allow for expansion of more individuals along with separate buildings that can accommodate women and families. Jobs created through business would also provide a trade and an income for gaining independence.

CASA of Yamhill County
Our mission is to advocate on behalf of abused and neglected children in Yamhill County. Children with CASA volunteers spend less time in foster care, have better educational outcomes and are more likely to find safe and permanent homes.

McMinnville Christian Academy
More than an exceptional academic environment for students from preschool through 6th grade to thrive in, but one that is also consistent with the principles of our faith. Working closely with families, McMinnville Christian Academy provides a safe, loving, and stimulating environment.

Baker Creek Community Church
At Baker Creek we are striving to cultivate a Community of Edification among our church family. We feel that God wants us to provide an environment that builds up believers in their relationship with God and with each other. 

McMinnville Covenant Church
We are a group of ordinary people in McMinnville, Oregon captivated by the extraordinary love of Jesus Christ. We are a multi-generational community seeking to know God better and to live out our faith together for the good of our community and world. 

Love INC of the Newberg Area
At Love In the Name of Christ, our mission is to connect families in need with local churches and service agencies who can help them.  We believe that by serving others and demonstrating the unconditional love that Christ has for us, God will work through us to transform lives in our community. 

McMinnville Free Clinic
The McMinnville Free Clinic is comprised of a diverse group of people who want to serve God and others through development of a free medical clinic in McMinnville. 

Homeward Bound Pets
Donate to Homeward Bound Pets today and put your love of animals into action—helping more cats and dogs land on their feet. Whether one of our cats or dogs needs medical attention or is perfectly healthy and needs a home, your donation ensures that our animals receive help when they need it. 

Soroptimist International
To improve the lives of women and girls, in local communities and throughout the world.

Chehalem Youth & Family Services
CYFS is a nonprofit organization in Newberg, Oregon where we provide residential services, counseling, supervised visitation and other services for children and families of Oregon.

Gilbert House Children’s Museum
The Gilbert House Children’s Museum is a private nonprofit children’s museum located in downtown Salem’s Riverfront Park. Founded in 1989, Gilbert House Children’s Museum provides innovative and stimulating educational experiences which spark children’s natural curiosity. The Museum’s mission is to “inspire children to learn through creative play.”

Elks Lodge - McMinnville
Elks invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free, by undertaking projects that address unmet need, and by honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans.

Sheridan Japanese School Foundation
Since 1994 the Sheridan Japanese School strives to challenge students and expand their knowledge of another language and culture while providing a small, unique, multi-age learning environment with high academic and behavioral expectations as well as exceptional parental and community support.

Pregnancy Counseling and Information Centers
The Pregnancy Center is a a local non-profit pro-life organization that serves women facing crisis pregnancies in Yamhill County.

Arts Alliance of Yamhill County
The Arts Alliance is a non-profit arts organization that strives to advocate, educate and promote all forms of the arts in Yamhill County. Our vision is to make Yamhill County a creative arts community.

Yamhill Community Action Partnership
Yamhill Community Action Partnership, a private nonprofit organization serving residents of Yamhill County since 1980, is one of more than 1,000 community action agencies nationwide. These agencies were created to promote the health, education and general welfare of Americans in need. Our mission is to advocate for and assist persons toward self-sufficiency.


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