Member Appreciation Month Week 2 Roundup

We can’t believe we’re already halfway through Member Appreciation Month! If you haven’t had a chance to take part in the festivities, there’s still lots more giveaways, webinars, and opportunities to share your #NTENThanks ahead.

This week’s lineup of webinars includes:

For a great resource on demand, be sure to check out the brand new issue of the NTEN Change Journal: Managing Through the Noise.

Of course, no MAM week is complete without giving away lots of prizes! A hearty congratulations to last week’s lucky members:

  • Greg Daniel of The Nature Conservancy, Al Ekstrom from Pathfinder International, Paula Burns of DonorPerfect, and Matt Braman from Hillel Foundation all scored NTEN goodie bags
  • Paul Habig of Sanky Communications will be hitting the streets in a new TechSoup t-shirt
  • Marcela Ossandon-Avetikian with World Food Programme USA gets a free pass to Idealware Tactical Technology Planning on Demand
  • Jason Parker of Triangle Flying Disc Association made off with a 1-hour Cloud for Good database consultation
  • Joe Moran with True Colors Fundsnagged 3 hours of consulting services with Cathexis Partners
  • Julie Dappen of MAP for Nonprofits walked away with a free mobile internet account from Mobile Citizen

The award for our most engaged NTEN member actually went to two folks last week! Martin Dooley from the Center for Resource Solutions won one month of GuideStar’s Premium service, and Amy Bryant of Planned Parenthood received a free pass to Idealware Tactical Technology Planning on Demand. Congrats to you both and thanks for all you do for the community!

Stay connected this week to win more prizes, learn alongside your peers, and share your #NTENThanks! Feeling especially appreciative of a someone you know? Nominate them for an award.

Not a member? It’s easy and quick to join or renew. If you have any questions, always feel free to reach out via or give us a call at 503.272.8800.

A huge thanks to all of our MAM sponsors!


Eileigh Doineau
Arriving at NTEN has been a happy bend in the road for Eileigh, who comes from a background in environmental design and English literature. After a year in AmeriCorps teaching environmental education, a summer in Africa working with communities to protect local natural resources, and a master’s thesis on design and community engagement, she ventured into the nonprofit realm. Though Eileigh loves to get her hands dirty out in the real world, she recognizes that technology is a transformative tool of empowerment and is delighted to be helping others make the most of it.