Engage the NTEN Community

We're not your typical association.

NTEN operates a little differently than most associations -- and that's a good thing.

We serve a diverse audience: not only nonprofits and individuals working to make the world a better place, but consultants, software vendors, service providers, and businesses looking to help other organizations further their missions. In our world, working together for the common good is the surest path to social change.

You probably already know we're more fun than any other organization you work with -- and if you don't know that already, well, we are (we took a vote). But we also want you to know that you're part of our community. We want you to take full advantage of that.

Look over our many sponsorship opportunities, below; you’re sure to find one that meets your goals and fits your budget. 

 

A few of the ways you can get involved:
Partner with

Take advantage of our new package deal, exclusive to just 5 partners per year. For $10,000, you'll receive:

  • Your logo in rotation on nten.org;
  • Comped annual organization membership;
  • 2 Product Spotlight Webinars;
  • Combine your webinars with a special discount for NTEN members, for additional promotion by NTEN;
  • 2 text ads in our monthly Membership Update (34,000+ subscribers)
  • 2 graphic ads in NTEN Connect, our monthly e-newsletter (27,000+ subscribers);
  • 2 Complimentary NTC registrations
  • 25 Complimentary NTEN Organizational memberships to give to clients new to NTEN
  • 5% discount on NTC sponsorship.
For more information or to discuss your sponsorship options, get in touch with Amy Sample Ward.
> Demo a Product

NTEN Member organizations can purchase spots in our popular line-up of webinars to deliver case studies, do product demos, or conduct user group research. These 60 minute sessions are easy to deliver and reach a very qualified audience. You provide the content, we provide the platform and the marketing.

Learn more about Product Spotlight Webinars.

> Sponsor the NTEN Connect e-Newsletter

Get your company's information out to over 34,000 nonprofit techies. We routinely see open rates above 20%, with an average 6% unique clicks per issue, so you know your ad will actually be seen.

Learn more or peruse our newsletter archive.

> Sponsor and Exhibit at the Largest Nonprofit Technology Conference

Our annual event, the Nonprofit Technology Conference, is the largest gathering of its kind. More than 2,100 attendees come together for three days of sessions, meetings, and fun.

Learn more about Sponsorships and Exhibiting at the NTC.

> Advertise in NTEN: Change, A Quarterly Journal for Nonprofit Leaders

NTEN's quarterly digital publication for nonprofit leaders offers in-depth articles, case-studies, best practices, and leader profiles about nonprofit technology. 

Learn more about advertising in the journal.

> Share Your Knowledge

Do you have research or other practical knowledge our members could benefit from? We know providers like you have interesting data and experiences that can benefit our community. We encourage you to share that knowledge:

> Join the Discussion

NTEN hosts a variety of Communities of Practice you can join to hear what our community is saying -- or chime in yourself. The groups are for non-commercial purposes only; the terms of use can be found here.

Learn more about our Communities of Practice.

Who is the NTEN Community?

Community is what we're all about. We believe in the power of aggregation, and we know that connecting people with questions to those with the answers will benefit everybody over the long term.

We're a community of nonprofit staff, consultants, and vendors -- and the occasional independent idealist. While we may be diverse, we all have one thing in common: we all want to use technology to make the world a better place.

The NTEN Community is:

  • Over 50,000 active participants
  • Over 10,000 dues-paying members
  • 37% of individuals play a leadership role in their organization
  • 79% of organizations are nonprofits

 

Looking for something you don't see?

Have an idea you want to share? Contact the community team for more information.