Catalyzing Positive Change for Rural Oregonians Through Technology and Capacity Building

A template and process for creating community websites in partnership

Bringing People Together

The Community Website Partnership engages residents, nonprofits, businesses, and agencies through our Community Website template and Partnership process to promote community awareness, connectedness, and community building.

Through Technology

Our Hub Team facilitates a collaborative, 4 phase process with rural networks throughout Oregon to develop engaging place-based websites that spark positive change. The Community Website Partnership connects people, organizations, and businesses in rural Oregon and beyond with the technical tools and skills to thrive.

Visit the Community Website Template: New 2.0 available now!

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Interested communities may contact us at the bottom of this page, and after inquiry discussions may be invited to apply.
Once accepted into the Partnership, our Hub Team will support a diverse, local community website steering committee/ community team step by step through our 4 phase process:

Phase 1: Team building, Website Development
Phase 2: Community Website Launch
Phase 3: Outreach & Engagement
Phase 4: Plan for Sustainability
Post Phase 4: Vital, Community-Sustained Website – Options for “Post Phase 4” include custom Partnership Service Agreements with CWP Hub Team or designating local technical/ web design support.


Partnership benefits include: Guided step-by-step process designed and tested by fellow rural Oregonians, access to Partnership resources- live training, learning cohorts, videos, and guides to skill-up with technology, outreach and engagement, volunteer coordination, collaborative fundraising, more!
Partnership fees range from $120 – $4,000/ year.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Statement

The Community Website Partnership approaches our work collaboratively, improves constantly, values community building and is committed to providing an equitable and welcoming environment for all. Everyone is welcome. At Community Website Partnership, We believe when people who shape the values and activities of a nonprofit organization come from a wide array of backgrounds, they each bring unique perspectives that advance our mission and solve problems in potentially more innovative ways. We’re committed to modeling diversity and inclusion for the nonprofit sector, and to maintaining an inclusive environment with equitable treatment for all.

Portfolio of Community Websites

South Coast Oregon Connects
Illinois Valley Web
Wild Rivers Connect
Sisters Country Community Connects
Jefferson County Connects