Show your support of the nonprofit technology community through sponsorship of our conference.

Introducing our 19NTC Presenting Sponsors

We are excited to announce our two Presenting Sponsors for the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference: Microsoft and EveryAction.

Microsoft has provided support for the NTC since its beginning in the early 2000s.

“We are excited to welcome all NTEN members to the Pacific Northwest and to once again be a Presenting Sponsor for the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference,” said Jane Meseck, Senior Director at Microsoft Tech for Social Impact. “NTC is a great opportunity for nonprofits to connect and continue building technology solutions with and for the sector. We are honored to support the convergence of voices to accelerate nonprofit digital transformation.”

The 19NTC will be the first year that EveryAction will be a Presenting Sponsor for the event.

“EveryAction is thrilled to be a sponsor of the 2019 NTC. It is the premiere event for nonprofit leaders looking to use cutting edge technology to change the world. Our mission is to provide nonprofits with the best digital, fundraising, advocacy, and organizing tools to help them raise more money and maximize their impact – and by sponsoring NTC, we know we’ll be able to make meaningful connections with nonprofit thought leaders from around the country.” said Melissa Wyers, Executive Director of EveryAction.

The value of NTC sponsorship

“The support of technology leaders like Microsoft and EveryAction makes it possible for us to produce this incredible event,” said Amy Sample Ward, CEO of NTEN. “Their leadership and commitment to thriving nonprofits makes them a natural fit for NTEN’s flagship event and I’m thrilled to recognize their impact.”

Sponsors and exhibitors consistently tell us that the NTC is a perfect chance for them to connect with the people who make technology decisions at nonprofits.

Still time to secure your spot at the NTC

It’s not too late to join us as a sponsor or exhibitor. We’re expecting 2,300 attendees from more than 1,000 nonprofits at the NTC next March in Portland, Oregon. Sign up today to secure the best available booth location.

Andrea Post
Andrea plans gatherings. She thrives on creating the spaces for activists, advocates, and changemakers to connect. She started her career as an organizer on political campaigns, did her obligatory time as a San Francisco citizen during the first dot-com boom, then went to the corporate world where she handed out the big checks in charitable giving, sponsorships, and community relations. One of those sponsorships launched her into the world of conference planning, where she spent 6 years as the program director for the Conferences for Women in Pennsylvania and Texas. When she roots, she roots for the Portland Timbers and the San Francisco Giants.