NTEN Member Partners

Thank you to our Membership Partners, who help us create a diverse community of individuals and organizations! Check out the Membership Partners below; you may have free introductory membership with NTEN if you are a member in one of these organizations.

To join or renew, click on the link for your associated partner, and fill out the membership form for your free introductory membership or discounted renewal.

Membership Partners

The Alliance for Community Media represents over 3,000 Public, Educational and Governmental (PEG) access organizations and community media center throughout the country. The ACM works to protect the interests of these access centers and those who use PEG facilities and equipment to advance their causes through cable television and the Internet. The Alliance  believes that  in order for democracy to flourish, people must be active  participants in their government, educated to think critically and free  to express themselves.

The Association of Advancement Services Professionals (AASP) is an international organization for individuals interested in the profession of advancement services.  AASP provides education, professional development, and networking opportunities to its members and promotes the professional status of advancement services in the philanthropic community.

Membership in AASP is open to individuals who foster a positive association within the philanthropic community, whose terms of affiliation are not contrary to the goals of AASP, and who uphold the responsibilities and integrity of the association without conflict of interest.

The Bay Area Video Coalition inspires social change by enabling the sharing of diverse stories through art, education and technology. BAVC was founded in 1976, and for the last 35 years has been providing thousands of people the tools, training and support they need to tell the stories that change the world.

Since its founding in 1982, the Center for Non-Profits remains New Jersey's only umbrella organization for all charities in the state. Through advocacy, legal and management assistance and cost-saving programs, the Center strengthens non-profits with knowledge and tools so they can pursue their missions more effectively.

CommA is the professional association of community foundation communicators and is affiliated with the Council on Foundations. CommA strengthens community foundations communications through leadership, resources, education and engagement opportunities.

Connecticut Association of Nonprofits (CT Nonprofits) is the largest membership organization in the state dedicated exclusively to working with nonprofits in Connecticut. By connecting organizations with information, education, advocacy and collaboration, we help members focus their energy on the people and communities they serve. CT Nonprofits gives members access to networking opportunities, up-to-date information, cost-saving group purchasing programs, education & training, legislative advocacy, insurance programs and publications targeting Connecticut’s nonprofit sector.

The Council on Accreditation (COA) is an international, independent, not-for-profit, child- and family-service and behavioral healthcare accrediting organization. It was founded in 1977 by the Child Welfare League of America and Family Service America (now the Alliance for Children and Families). Originally known as an accrediting body for family and children's agencies, COA currently accredits 50 different service areas and over 125 types of programs.

Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) is a national network of foundation professionals and social entrepreneurs who strive for excellence in the practice of philanthropy. Our mission is to develop emerging leaders committed to building a just, equitable, and sustainable society. EPIP exists to ensure that emerging foundation professionals are effective stewards of philanthropic resources and all social entrepreneurs reach their potential as leaders.

Forge is a collaborative work space for non-profits and social entrepreneurs in downtown Portland, Oregon. Forge provides their members with access to free accounting templates, legal referral, business development, mentorship, intern placement, and web templates.

The Hawai`i Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations (HANO) unites and strengthens the nonprofit sector as a collective force to improve the quality of life in Hawaii.

The Idaho Nonprofit Center (INC) represents the interests of our state’s 4,800 nonprofit organizations and serves as a broker of information and a bridge between the nonprofit, for-profit and government sectors. We are an association of forward-looking nonprofit leaders who come together to share knowledge, solve problems, pursue common interests, and serve the public good.

Founded in 2002, the Kentucky Nonprofit Network (KNN) is an association of organizations of all types and sizes in all 120 Kentucky counties. We are a statewide resource for nonprofit board members, staff and other leaders, an information center on effective nonprofit organizational practices, and an advocate for the nonprofit sector as a whole.

The Leadership Council of Human Services Executives is an organization in which human services executives work in partnership with one another to maximize the impact of non-profit organizations, develop their leaders and strengthen the community.

The Maine Association of Nonprofits (MANP) is the leading organization committed to advancing, connecting and strengthening the leadership, voice and organizational effectiveness of Maine’s nonprofits. MANP is a membership organization offering professional skill development programs, affordable healthcare and benefits plans, discounts on related programs and services and advocacy resources, and is part of a national network of state associations.

The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits works to inform, promote, connect and strengthen individual nonprofits and the nonprofit sector. The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits was founded in 1987 to meet the increasing information needs of nonprofits and to convene nonprofits to address issues facing the sector. It is the largest state association of nonprofits in the U.S. Through The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits, nonprofits join together across interest areas to work on issues of common concern to all.

The Montana Nonprofit Association is a membership organization that promotes a stronger nonprofit sector in Montana through public policy, affordable products and services, organizational development, research and information sharing, and network building. MNA members address a broad array of missions in education, health and human services, arts and culture, religious and spiritual development, environmental protection, animal welfare, economic and workforce development, and more.

The National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture fosters and fortifies the culture and business of independent media arts, through dialogue, collaboration, research and advocacy, they connect, organize and develop organizations. NAMAC was founded in 1980 by an eclectic group of media arts organization leaders who realized they could strengthen their social and cultural impact by working as a united force. Since its founding, NAMAC has worked to raise the profile and influence of the media arts on behalf of its growing and changing membership.

The New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc (NYCON) is a membership-based, mission-driven, statewide association of diverse charitable nonprofit organizations.  With over 3,000 members, they work to build the capacity of nonprofits and communities throughout New York State to enhance the quality of life through responsive, cost-effective service. NYCON provides a wide array of specialized technical assistance services, including legal and financial, to nonprofits of all kinds in a staff-based, multidisciplinary model. Their members have access to a wealth of quality, cost-saving group purchasing and discounted programs.

As the sector-wide network representing all Oregon nonprofits, the Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) works across the state to strengthen and connect nonprofit leaders, organizations, and the sector as a whole. NAO accomplishes this by giving voice to the collective achievements and aspirations of nonprofits; growing organizational and leadership capacity and diversity; and facilitating knowledge exchange among nonprofits and across the nonprofit, public, and private sectors. Building on its rich history of capacity building over more than three decades, NAO ensures a future in which Oregon nonprofits are visible and valued as essential contributors to our society.

The Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee (NPC) is a membership association of nonprofit organizations, serving staff, board members, and volunteers. The Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee promotes the interests and effectiveness of the nonprofit sector through strengthening organizational capacity, expanding volunteerism and encouraging collaboration.

The North Carolina Center for Nonprofits enriches North Carolina's communities and economy through a strong nonprofit sector and nonprofit voice. The N.C. Center strives to provide high-quality assistance and information on effective practices in nonprofit management and leadership, while fostering communication and collaboration among nonprofits. They serve as an advocate on issues that affect the capacity of all nonprofits in the state and enhance public recogniction of the importance of the nonprofit sector. We want to encourage N.C. Center for Nonprofit members to check our our free or discounted NTEN membership special.

The North Dakota Association of Nonprofit Organizations (NDANO) is the statewide membership association advancing North Dakota nonprofits through advocacy and public policy, education and training, resources and research, cost-saving programs, and leadership and networking. NDANO strengthens communities and enhances quality of life through engaging and ensuring a strong charitable sector.

PEAK Parent Center is Colorado's federally designated Parent Training and Information Center (PTI). PEAK assists families and others through services like its telephone hotline, workshops, conferences, website, and publications. As a PTI, PEAK offers parent-to-parent support, but it does not hold support group meetings. We work one-on-one with families and also collaborate with state government and the education, rehabilitation, and medical communities to make system changes that improve outcomes for children.

Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations is the statewide membership organization serving and advancing the charitable nonprofit sector through leadership, advocacy, education and other services in order to improve the overall quality of life in Pennsylvania. PANO helps charities become more efficient and effective through collaboration, cooperation and the sharing of resources and information. PANO helps charities succeed together where they can not succeed separately.

The Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations (TANO) is the statewide membership association reflecting and promoting Texas' growing nonprofit community in all its diversity. Envisioning a Texas Nonprofit Sector that works together to be among the healthiest and most vibrant in the nation, TANO's concern and focus is every nonprofit entity within Texas no matter its size or budget, urban or rural location. Their mission is to connect, strengthen, and support the nonprofit community for the public good of Texas.

The Utah Nonprofits Association works to strengthen the Utah nonprofit community so that we may all work together to create a dynamic group of organizations that serve the various needs of our local and global community.

Washingon Nonprofits works to build a strong, collaborative network of nonprofits serving Washington communities through advocacy, education and capacity building.

Washington Nonprofits works to make the nonprofit sector stronger by weaving us together; making our network more inclusive; bridging divides between people, organizations and sectors.  Accomplishing this statewide requires utilizing extensive and unique training programs, convening regional and  sector support groups, conferences, advocacy and policy work, and membership events. We are stronger Together!

WVDO began in 1977 to link nonprofit development officers for education and networking.  Almost 35 years later, WVDO is the premier education, connecting and job source for nonprofit development staff and volunteers.  WVDO provides nonprofit staff and volunteers with fundraising tools to raise more money, strengthen relationships with donors and become strategic, nonprofit leaders. Their mission is to empower members to develop resources and fundraising excellence.