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We invite you to join WN's growing membership dedicate to strengthening the nonprofit sector in Washington! All across the State of Washington, nonprofit organization, foundations, for-profit organization supporting nonprofits, government agencies and individuals are joining this growing network.

Top Ten Reasons Why Nonprofits Should Join Washington Nonprofits

  1. Amplify your voice. Join your nonprofit peers in advancing critical policy issues affecting the nonprofit sector in our state and communities.
  2. Make an Impact. It’s all about achieving your mission. With the right skills and tools, you can measure your organization's effectiveness and communicate the value your nonprofit brings to your community. 
  3. Build Your Capacity. To lead and manage your nonprofit more effectively, attend trainings and conferences on essential topics such as fundraising, marketing, advocacy, governance, collaboration, managing your staff and volunteers, building your board, technology and leadership skills. These opportunities take your nonprofit to its next level of operational growth, and help it achieve new outcomes.
  4. Join the Conversation. Network with your peers: share ideas, and exchange solutions online and in person.
  5. Increase Resources. Get information on funding opportunities, marketing and communicating with funders, technical assistance about fundraising software and databases, learn how to diversify your income and make connections with potential board members and others to raise funds to support your mission.
  6. Grow! Learn Leadership Skills. Acquire new skills, hear about trends that matter as you lead your organization into the future, and as you strengthen your own leadership skills, help build a stronger nonprofit sector in your state.
  7. Save Money. Benefit from discounts on products and services that are available only to members of the state association.
  8. Save Time. Get fast and reliable answers to your management and governance questions.
  9. Foster Collaboration. Create strategic partnerships to serve your clients more effectively.
  10. Strive for Excellence. Honor standards of ethical practice, accountability and transparency that advance the sector.
As a WN Member your organization will be part of shaping Washington Nonprofits for the future!
  • Join in discussions of new programs, future conferences and scholarship programs.
  • Join to make new connections with nonprofit colleagues across the state.
  • Join to make sure your needs are met and your voice is heard.

  

Upcoming Events

 

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5/22 - WALLA WALLA: Volunteer Management 101  More

5/29 - YAKIMA: Central WA Conference for the Greater Good  More

6/10 - ABERDEEN: Boards in Gear More

6/12 - MEMBER CALL: Member Benefits  More

6/16 - SHELTON: Raising Funds for your Organization  More

6/19 - MONTHLY FREE WEBINAR: Managing Youth Volunteers  More

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New Members March/April  

 


Judith Andrews
The Anchor Project 
Animals as Natural Therapy
Association Management Inc 
Donald Bell 
Beyond Pink 
Books to Prisoners 
Boots to Shoes Foundation
Bright Beginnings for Kittitas County  
Business Resource Center Inc 
Build Law PLLC
BURLYCON
Dave Calhoun
Camano Senior Services Association
Center for Sex Positive Culture
Centerpoint Institute
Children of the Valley After School Program
The Chill Foundation 
Columbia Basin Cancer Foundation
Community Lifeline 
Discovery House 
Entre Hermanos  
Feiro Marine Life Center 
The Foundation at Kittitas Valley Healthcare  
Girls Giving Back
Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels 
Hispanic Roundtable of South Sound 
Katie Howard
Institute for Philanthropic Excellence
Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank 
Job Carr Cabin Museum 
Jordan Binion Project 
Kitsap Animal Rescue & Education 
Kiwanis Camp WA-RI-KI
Jennifer Knickerbocker
Kokua 
Leah Krieger 
Ladybug House
Beth Lancaster
Leadership Snohomish County 
Legal Counsel for Youth and Children 
Let There Be Light 
Literacy Council of Seattle 
Lummi Island Heritage Trust
LylesMyles 
Mangrove Action Project 
Travis Mears 
Mid-Columbia Mastersingers 
Mustang Yearlings/Washington Youth 
Northwest Family Support Services 
Northwest Harvest 
Northwest Hope & Healing Foundation 
Oakesdale Coffee House 
Oasis of Hope Foundation
Nancy O'Keeffe 
Olympic View Community Foundation 
Out of the Woods Family Shelter
Our Youth Rising 
Pacific Northwest Center for Holistic Management
Panza
Pet Savers
Peterson Sullivan LLP 
Pope's Kids Place 
Sue Prettyman 
Project Feast
Seattle US-China Business Council
Paula Skomski
Songwriting Works Educational Foundation
StillPointe Llama Sanctuary & Educational Organization
Tree of Sharing
Whitman County Humane Society
Woodland Trail Greenway Association

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