When you join The Nonprofit Centers Network, you become part of a thriving community that shares resources and works together to solve problems. Get your questions answered by practitioners across the continent. Help shape innovative research designed to help the nonprofit sector learn to work differently together in a way that improves our collective impact.
The Emerging Center Membership is a special introductory rate for projects in the early stages of exploring the concept of shared space and its application to their communities. All projects that have not yet opened their doors are eligible for this rate of $250 per year.
The Keystone Membership is for nonprofit centers and others who want to provide leadership support to NCN over and above your annual dues. Keystone members have access to the same benefits as organizational members and will receive special acknowledgement in NCN materials. Annual membership dues vary, but are typically $1,000 and above.
Organizations that join the Nonprofit Centers Network have access to all of the benefits, with an unlimited number of membership contacts. Whether your center is established or if you have several people at your organization interested in the concept of shared social purpose real estate, this is the membership for you. The cost for an annual organizational membership is determined by your budget size. Click the appropriate link to join.
I’m continually impressed with the depth of the NCN community. When folks ask questions to the NCN listserv, people chime in from centers across the US and Canada with great ideas, tools, and stories of their own experience. The diversity of the network means that there are answers, resources, and ideas for every challenge.
– Posner Center for International Development
NCN is our organization’s most leveraged membership because of all the targeted resources they provide for shared spaces. We have really benefitted from participating in learning communities, workshops, webinars, one on one consulting and peer to peer information sharing. Whenever we have shared space questions, NCN is the first place we turn to for expert advice.
– House of Neighborly Service Life Center