Sponsorship Opportunities

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Sponsorships provide the opportunity to build your brand, connect directly with the nonprofit technology community, and be recognized as a thought leader in the nonprofit technology field. For more details on any of the following opportunities, contact Eileigh Doineau at eileigh@nten.org or 503-272-8744.

Year-Round Sponsorships

Advertise in the Connect Monthly e-Newsletter

Get your company’s information out to over 27,000 nonprofit techies! The Connect monthly newsletter features resources on the latest nonprofit technology topics and trends from innovators in the field. Ads also appear on article pages on the NTEN.org website, which get about 12,380 unique sessions per month. With these two great options, you know your ad will actually be seen.

See current and past issues, pricing, and purchase an ad here.

Advertise in the Member Update e-Newsletter

Find the decision-makers at nonprofits across the US in the monthly Member Update newsletter. Sent to nearly 6,000 NTEN members at the start of every month with an average unique open number of about 1500, it includes nonprofit technology jobs, professional development opportunities, and news from the sector’s movers and shakers. If you want to reach a qualified audience of professionals in executive, IT, marketing, program, and operations positions, this is your opportunity.

Advertise on the Nonprofit Tech Jobs Board

Our Jobs Board receives more than 1,500 unique page views per month, with an average page time of 1 minute, 7 seconds. View it here.

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Support accessibility for NTEN’s webinars!

Your sponsorship includes:

  • Branding on webinar web page and slides
  • Email promotion to NTEN’s targeted lists
  • Mention in NTEN’s monthly e-Newsletter, NTEN Connect (schedule permitting)
  • Custom registration confirmation message to attendees

Cost: $500

Event Sponsorships

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.

Regional Conferences – Nonprofit Tech Roundups

The Nonprofit Tech Roundups are two-day, local events that will prepare nonprofit professionals to implement or advance their organizational strategies and campaigns. In 2017, we’ll be hosting Roundups focusing on Digital Strategy in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Portland, Oregon.


Labs are local, in-person, interactive events for shared learning. These day-long workshops give participants the opportunity to connect with their peers to explore specific topics. Previous labs include NTEN Labs: Data-Informed Nonprofits and NTEN Labs: Impact Evaluation and Measurement.

Your NTEN Lab includes:

  • Co-branded event
  • Listing on our events pages
  • Email promotion to NTEN’s targeted lists
  • Mention in NTEN’s monthly e-Newsletter, NTEN Connect (schedule permitting)
  • Contact Information for registrants who opt-in to receive communications from you

Cost: $5000

View upcoming labs and learn more here!

Nonprofit Tech Clubs

NTEN’s Nonprofit Tech Clubs are informal, volunteer-run groups of nonprofit professionals passionate about using technology to fulfill their missions. Show your support for your local tech club by sponsoring their monthly events! View opportunities and learn more here.

About 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. Because NTEN is a community-focused organization, we ask that all sponsors, exhibitors, and partners join or renew their NTEN membership, as it provides a clear message to the members that you are dedicated to participating in this community alongside them.

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
  • Nearly 7,500 dues-paying members
  • 39% of individuals play a leadership role in their organization
  • 74% of organizations are nonprofits