A Note About Those Notes

For a number of years at the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC), we have created collaborative notes for each of the sessions. This is a Google Doc that anyone can access and contribute to before, during, or after the session. We have found it adds great value for those who attended and also for folks who, […]
Posted: May 22, 2015

13NTC Sketchnotes: Secrets of the Content Marketing Sorcerers

Here are my notes from Friday morning’s terrific session led by Kivi Leroux Miller and featuring Robert Rosenthal and Brett Meyer (who’s with ThinkShout; I incorrectly tagged him as an NTENner in these notes – I’ll correct them when I have a free moment).
Posted: April 12, 2013

June 2021 Equity Update to the Community

One of the principles guiding NTEN is centering our roles around equity. This guidance allows us to remain open to change and improving as we grow alongside our local, regional, and global communities. As we have done previously, periodic updates like this help us stay accountable to the larger community, who may only interact with […]
Posted: June 16, 2021


NTEN was formed in 2000 by a diverse group of practitioners, funders, and technologists. We continue to operate with community-centered models that ensure the programs and resources we provide are relevant to and directly benefiting the community. One way we do this is by including community members in our planning and decision-making through committees. The […]
Posted: June 9, 2021

The Problem of Nonprofit Data and Equity

In early 2020, several longstanding NTEN members and community leaders created the first iteration of the NTEN Equity Guide for Nonprofit Technology. I was privileged to be a part of the endeavor, and it felt both like a capstone experience in my long association with NTEN, as well as the launch point of a new […]
Posted: February 24, 2021

How to Plan Virtual Fundraising Events

The COVID-19 pandemic forced nonprofits to shift long-planned fundraising events online. But while many nonprofits have deep experience with in-person events, even they quickly learned that virtual events come with unique challenges and considerations. This guide is designed with nonprofit staff in mind, especially those planning a virtual fundraising event for the first time. Download […]
Posted: February 23, 2021

Make the Case

NTEN is a proud member of a dynamic community of nonprofit professionals using technology to make the world a better place. For twenty years, this community has gathered at the Nonprofit Technology Conference to share knowledge and learn new skills. But this year, NTEN is bringing the NTC to you. And we want to help […]
Posted: January 19, 2021


After the Conference You can sign in and watch the captioned recordings for three months after the conference ends. There are recordings of all the educational sessions, the daily kick-offs, Coffee Chats, keynotes for Day 1 and Day 3, and the conference closing.  You’ll find the recordings in the Agenda session descriptions. This is where […]
Posted: November 9, 2020

Sponsor NTEN

Invest in the Nonprofit Technology Community NTEN is a nonprofit community of over 30,000 professionals leveraging technology for their organizations’ missions. Your sponsorship directly supports NTEN’s work to ensure all nonprofits can meet their missions and their community’s needs through the strategic and racially equitable use of technology. NTEN is the only organization providing platform-agnostic […]
Posted: September 23, 2020

21NTC Sponsor Agreement

Join us online for 21NTC! The 2021 Nonprofit Technology Conference (21NTC) is your best opportunity to connect with senior nonprofit management, technology consultants, and nonprofit thought leaders from around the sector. Plus, we’re a whole lot more fun than any other event!Sponsor Acceptance: This document, when signed by the Sponsor, constitutes a binding, irrevocable, legal […]