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Provider Resource Organization owes its success to the dedicated work of our Facilitators and Co-facilitators. They are essential in providing our members and the community with training and connections in the child care field. Their hard work and dedication are the backbone of our organization and without them, we simply would not be able to provide the level of service we do today. We are deeply grateful for all that they do.

Facilitator Coordinator/Liason:  
Betty Phillips

Facilitator Roles and Duties:

As a Facilitator we have several important duties that we must fulfill on a regular basis. These include :

  • Organizing monthly chapter meetings with planned agenda

  • Setting up trainings for your Chapter

  • Following certificate of attendance procedures

  • Providing chapter reports such as quarterly reports and yearly fiscal reports,

  • Maintaining a Chapter bank account.

  • Fundraising activities

Details provided in our Facilitator Handbook

Currently, we are seeking dedicated volunteers to facilitate chapters in Beaverton, Gresham, East PDX, SE PDX, Eastside Spanish, Bend, and Newberg.


If you have a passion for networking with other Family Chilld Care Providers and want to make a difference in supporting others in the field of Early Childhood, we encourage you to contact Betty Phillips at today.

Mentoring support provided to new Facilitators

THANK YOU to these organizations who partner with us 
and generously donate their space
to support PRO

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Fire Station 50 has been donating their space to our SW Metro Chapter to use for trainings and monthly meetings. 

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ORAEYC has been donating their space for our annual Facilitator Trainings and to host our Clackamas Chapter's Monthly Meetings.


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Umpqua Community College has been partnering with our Douglas County Chapter and donating meeting space and resources for trainings. 

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East Hill Church in Gresham has been donating their space to our East Portland Chapter to use for trainings and monthly meetings.

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Clackamas Community College has donated their space to host PRO's Annual Conference since 2015. 

Thank you PRO Members too!

Many of our members generously donate their homes for meetings and training in order to support their chapters. Without their community support, it would be difficult for some Chapters to provide quality training, especially in rural areas due to the cost of trainers as well as the cost of renting a facility. We thank those who have opened up their child care homes to host a chapter function. We genuinely appreciate your support of PRO and our Organization's success. 

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