NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network

What does "digital strategy" look like in your organization? For many nonprofits, digital strategy teams can incorporate staff from a range of departments. What are these teams investing in for 2015? How are these efforts funded? How many people are on the team, and who's in charge of it?

We've teamed up with hjc and Care2 to gather feedback from community members like you to create the 2015 Digital Strategy Outlook Survey. Your answers will help provide an outlook on digital strategy in 2015. The deadline for responses is December 31. 

>> Share your feedback, and get entered to win one of two incredible prizes (including a waterproof GoPro action camera to capture your 2015 impact!)

Last year, NTEN Community Champions helped to raise over $36,000 to support the NTEN Community Challenge, which enhanced NTEN's program accessibility, including sending over 50 people to the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (14NTC) and the 2014 Leading Change Summit (14LCS) with scholarships. To whom did the scholarships go, and what was the impact of your donation? As we raise support for 2015, we wanted to share the impact of your donation from last year, from the voices of our scholarship recipients. Today, we want to introduce you to Glenn McKnight, Treasurer of Internet Society of Canada.

There are just five days left to register wiith early bird rates for the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC)! The 15NTC is going to be bigger and better than ever before - and it’s not just because we’ll be in Texas. If you're on the fence, we’ve compiled a list of top five reasons why you should attend. Also, tune into our free webinar tomorrow, December 11, at 11am PT: Why Attend the Nonprofit Technology Conference

Have you ever wanted to be onstage in front of thousands of friends & colleagues? Here's your chance! Share your knowledge and passion in an Ignite talk at 15NTC in Austin. We had so much fun last year that we've added a second day of memorable presentations from our community members.

It's official: my favorite holiday is NTEN's Member Appreciation Month (MAM). Every November, we celebrate our NTEN Members with free webinar programs, local events, Member-generated content, and lots of prizes! Once again, NTEN Members made MAM a truly special celebration. From our expert webinar presenters, to our prize sponsors, to the blog contributors, to folks spreading their #ntenthanks, together our Members contributed to the month-long awesome!

Last year, NTEN Community Champions helped to raise over $36,000 to support the NTEN Community Challenge, which enhanced NTEN's program accessibility, including sending over 50 people to the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (14NTC) and the 2014 Leading Change Summit (14LCS) with scholarships. As we raise support for 2015, we wanted to share the impact of your donation from last year, from the voices of our scholarship recipients. Today, we want to introduce you to Keshia Ashe, CEO of ManyMentors.

High fives are in order! Here are the latest news, tips, and resources from NTEN Members.

We at NTEN are finally working on a website overhaul and re-launch in earnest. After all, the nonprofit association for people working at the intersection of technology and social change should have a website to match that mission and vision. Follow along as we chronicle the joys and occasional headaches. In this installment, we asked people to test drive the home page.

Have you considered attending the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference (15NTC)? We are expecting more than 2,100 attendees and over 100 breakout sessions - don't miss out! We encourage you to apply for a scholarship!

Last year, NTEN Community Champions helped to raise over $36,000 to support the NTEN Community Challenge, which enhanced NTEN's program accessibility, including sending over 50 people to the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (14NTC) and the 2014 Leading Change Summit (14LCS) with scholarships.

To whom did the scholarships go, and what was the impact of your donation? As we try to raise support for 2015, we wanted to share the impact of your donation from last year, from the voices of our scholarship recipients. Today, we want to introduce you to Judy Griffin, Director of Resource Development of Virginia Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (VAFCC).