Awards

At PCRI, we are rewarded every day by the families and individuals we serve.  We are also honored by the awards and recognition we have received from our peers and from other organizations.  Here are highlights of the awards we have received over the years:

  • 2014    Named one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to work for by Oregon Business Magazine (5 years running!)100 Best Nonprofits 2014
  • 2013    Named one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to work for by Oregon Business Magazine
  • 2013    Named one of the 100 Best Green Companies in Oregon by Oregon Business Magazine (our second year!)
  • 2012    Named one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to work for by Oregon Business Magazine
  • 2012    Named one of the 100 Best Green Companies in Oregon by Oregon Business Magazine
  • 2011     Named one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to work for by Oregon Business Magazine
  • 2011     The TEENS Project, developed by youth participating in PCRI’s Summer Youth Internship programs, was one of nine winning entries (out of 27 applicant teams) in the Oregon Youth in Action contest
  • 2010    PCRI’s new Thriving Families program earned the “Thrive and Shine” Award from Oregon Opportunity Network
  • 2010     Named one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to work for by Oregon Business Magazine
  • 2010    PCRI’s new Portsmouth row homes (PCRI’s first new homes developed specifically for home ownership) were selected for the Portland Energy Efficient Homes Pilot—the first affordable homes to be included in the program
  • 2010    The City of Portland’s “Build it Green!” Homes tour featured PCRI’s new Portsmouth row homes (PCRI’s second time to participate in the tour)
  • 2008    As part of Bank of America’s Neighborhood Excellence Initiative, PCRI earned the “Neighborhood Builder” Award
  • 2007    PCRI was recognized by Oregon Housing and Community Services for Preservation of Affordable Housing
  • 2007    PCRI’s preservation of the Albina Community Development Corporation (ACDC) portfolio earned the “Outstanding Community Development Organization” Award from The Association of Oregon Community Development Organizations (now Oregon Opportunity Network)
  • 2007    PCRI’s preservation of the ACDC portfolio earned the“Gilman Award for Exemplary Achievement” from Community Development Network (now Oregon Opportunity Network)
  • 2006    PCRI earned the “HomeStreet Community Housing” award from HomeStreet Bank
  • 2005    PCRI’s new development on NE Morris was recognized by Oregon Housing and Community Services for the homes’ benefits as Special Needs Housing (homes in this development are reserved for clients of Cascade AIDS Project)
  • 2004    PCRI’s acquisition and rehabilitation of the Park Terrace apartments earned the “Excellence in Housing” Award from Oregon Housing and Community Services
  • 2004    PCRI new development on NE Morris was the first affordable housing development included in the City of Portland’s “Build it Green!” homes tour
  • 2003    PCRI’s acquisition and rehabilitation of the Park Terrace apartments earned the “Golden Hammer” Award from Community Development Network (now Oregon Opportunity Network)
  • 2003    PCRI’s acquisition and rehabilitation of the Park Terrace apartments earned Honorable Mention in the “Maxwell Awards for Affordable Housing Preservation” from FannieMae Foundation
  • 2002   PCRI’s Child Care House was recognized by Oregon Housing and Community Services for its benefit helping stabilize the lives of lower-income families.
  • 2001    PCRI’s new rental homes on NE 24th Avenue earned the “Governor’s Livability” Award
  • 2001    We received the “Spirit of Portland” Award from Commissioner Vera Katz
  • 1998    PCRI’s Cedar Place development earned the “Good Design” Award from the City of Portland Development Review Team