Diversifying the 18NTC.
We want the NTC to be as diverse and inclusive as possible. To do that, we’ve partnered with organizations and groups willing to help get the word out about the conference. Get to know our wonderful supporters:
The Communications Network: We connect leaders seeking to elevate and advance communications for good.
NH Center for Nonprofits: The NH Center for Nonprofits is a nonprofit, statewide association that provides programs and resources to support nonprofit capacity building and partners with sector leaders, businesses, and the broader community to elevate the visibility of the nonprofit sector.
Montana Nonprofit Association: Representing the richness and diversity of Montana’s charitable nonprofit community, MNA’s members address a broad array of missions, come from each corner of the state, and range in size from the smallest to the largest groups in Montana. We are many missions with one voice.
Southeastern Council of Foundations: The Southeastern Council of Foundations (SECF) is a membership association of grantmakers working together to strengthen, promote and increase philanthropy in the American South.
Common Good Vermont: Common Good Vermont serves as the “go-to” resource for all of Vermont’s mission-driven organizations to share resources, gain skills, and build partnerships.
Colorado Nonprofit Association: Colorado Nonprofit Association leads, serves and strengthens Colorado’s nonprofit community to improve the quality of life throughout our state. By providing knowledge, network and influence, we help our members achieve their missions more efficiently and effectively.
Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy: EPIP, a project of Tides, is a national network of changemakers who strive for excellence and equity in the practice of philanthropy. EPIP’s mission is to empower emerging leaders and elevate philanthropic practice in order to build a more just, equitable and sustainable world.
The Case Foundation: Created in 1997 by digital pioneers Jean and Steve Case, the Case Foundation invests in people and ideas that can change the world.
Hispanics in Philanthropy: Advancing Latino equity, leadership, and voice for more than 30 years.
New York Council of Nonprofits: We are the “Soapbox and Toolbox” for New York’s Nonprofits. The New York Council of Nonprofits (NYCON) works together with other stakeholders to build the capacity of nonprofits and communities across New York State.
Nonprofit Missouri: Nonprofit Missouri is the collective voice to unite, strengthen, and advance the nonprofit sector in Missouri. Created by and for nonprofits, it is Missouri’s first organization to promote the common interests of the state’s more than 15,000 nonprofit organizations.
North Dakota Association of Nonprofit Organizations: NDANO is the statewide membership association advancing nonprofit organizations through advocacy, training, resources, networking and leadership. Become a part of NDANO’s growing nonprofit network and join today. NDANO…Empowering Nonprofits
Louisiana Association of Non Profit Organizations: LANO aspires to be Louisiana’s “go-to” source for high quality information, tools, resources and member benefits that deepen the impact of Louisiana nonprofits.
Bay Area Video Coalition: BAVC inspires social change by empowering media makers to develop and share diverse stories through art, education and technology. We are located in San Francisco, California and offer many multimedia training opportunities for youth and adults.
Wyoming Nonprofit Network: The Wyoming Nonprofit Network represents the collective voice of the Wyoming charitable nonprofit sector and brings best practices, resources and support to the nonprofit community.
Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York: The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York gives your nonprofit a voice. With a membership of over 1,400 organizations throughout New York City, Long Island and Westchester, we help nonprofits in areas as diverse as education, social services, the arts, religion, philanthropy, health, education, and economic development, by giving them tools and information to evaluate and improve all aspects of their performance and fulfill their missions.
Council on Accreditation: The Council on Accreditation (COA) is an international, independent, nonprofit, human service accrediting organization.
HackerNest: HackerNest is an international nonprofit that produces unpretentious tech socials, blockbuster hackathons tackling global challenges, and other projects that advance technology, humanity, and economic prosperity.
Dance/USA: Dance/USA sustains and advances professional dance by addressing the needs, concerns, and interests of artists, administrators, and organizations.
United Philanthropy Forum: United Philanthropy Forum connects a diverse network to lead change and increase impact in philanthropy.
Maryland Nonprofits: We work to promote a thriving and effective nonprofit sector in Maryland. Our mission is to strengthen organizations and networks for greater quality of life and equity in Maryland.
Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations: The Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations (TANO) is the statewide membership association reflecting and promoting Texas’ growing nonprofit community in all its diversity. Our mission is to connect, strengthen, and support the nonprofit community for the public good of Texas.
Grantmakers for Education: Grantmakers for Education is the nation’s largest and most diverse network of education grantmakers dedicated to improving educational outcomes and increasing opportunities for all learners.
Michigan Nonprofit Association: MNA is a statewide membership organization dedicated to serving the diverse nonprofit sector through civic engagement, capacity-building, technology support, talent strategy, training and advocacy.
North Carolina Center for Nonprofits: Our mission is to enrich North Carolina’s communities and economy through a strong nonprofit sector and nonprofit voice. The Center serves as an information center on effective practices in nonprofit organizations, a statewide network for nonprofit board and staff members, and an advocate for the nonprofit sector as a whole.
Million Hoodies: Million Hoodies is a human rights membership, chapter-based organization building next generation leaders to end anti-black racism and systemic violence.
What do supporting organizations do?
Between November and April, we’ll send no more than five prompts with suggested text for newsletter and social media posts, such as information about conference scholarship applications or how potential attendees can make the case to management. Suggested text will be useful to your communities and easy to copy and paste. We ask that supporters share as many of those prompts as possible.
In exchange, we will:
- extend the NTEN member registration rate ($300 off) to your community, and
- list your organization as a supporter on our website and in our mobile app.
This is a great way to provide useful resources to your community as well as for NTEN members and the larger nonprofit tech community to learn more about your organization!
Interested? Fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you ASAP. Contact email@example.com with questions.