Member Appreciation Month – Week 3 Recap & A Look Ahead

MAM logoIt’s a holiday week for many, and here at NTEN we’ll also be spending time with family and friends. Speaking of traditions, Member Appreciation Month is one of the most important events of the year for NTEN and a time during which we give thanks to our incredible community!

Last week was chock-full of free-to-Members webinars, including Crafting a Formal Volunteer Program on November 16; Five Steps for a Successful Online Strategy on November 17; and Podcasting Strategy for Nonprofits on November 19.

There were also lots of new winners, to whom we wish numerous congratulations and #ntenthanks:

  • Dan Greenman, Loren Drummond, and Tristan Hanson took home flash drives from Tech Soup Global loaded with NTEN reports
  • Simon Mosheshvili won the chance to post a free job on NTEN’s Job Board
  • Sal Bayron and Daniel Olatunde each won a swag bag full of NTEN goodies
  • Kimberley Whipkey scored a book thanks to the Foundation Center
  • Kai Williams’ awesome tweeting took home the engagement award and a set of magnetic poetry, socks, and stickers

Still ahead this week are Member-authored Connect articles and the Grand Prize giveaway! Don’t forget to join or renew your NTEN Membership by Nov. 30 for your chance to win a free NTC registration.

To keep up with all the latest MAM happenings, follow the #ntenthanks hashtag, and don’t forget to share your #ntenthanks for another person you appreciate! Why not send them an ecard?

As always, many #ntenthanks to our generous sponsors this year who’ve helped us celebrate the NTEN community:

MAM 2015 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.Away from her computer, Eileigh enjoys short stories, wilderness ramblings, and getting the most out of her ice cream maker.