Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network


The Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network or NTEN is an international membership organization of nonprofit professionals for those interested in the use of technology to support nonprofit organizations and issues. Its major activity is an annual international conference, called the Nonprofit Technology Conference, for nonprofit organizations, IT staff and consultants.

NTEN is a community where people involved in nonprofit technology connect to share ideas, tools, ideas, and resources. They also provide development opportunities, educate on issues of technology use in nonprofits, and spearhead groundbreaking research on technology issues.



Services and Programs

  • Conferences: Host one annual and several regional conferences each year
  • Online Community: These networks give the day-to-day help members need from their peers when they have a technology challenge or something to share
  • NTEN Community: Members all work in nonprofit technology and are a great resource to each other
  • Face-to-Face Networking Allows members to connect with each other
  • Online Trainings: 'Webinars' helps members keep up with the latest tools and trends in nonprofit technology
  • Up to Date Issue Briefings: Cover the biggest issues in nonprofit technology in live debates, online discussions, articles, and more
  • Live Events on Critical Issues: Bring leaders in the field together to talk about the issues and what nonprofits can do about them
  • Reports and Analysis: NTEN research topics that matter to nonprofits and impact their use of technology



1220 SW Morrison Street, Suite 1305,
Portland, OR 97205


Phone: 415.397.9000
Fax: 415.814.4056
Holly Ross:
Annaliese Hoehling:
Brett Meyer:
Karl Hedstrom:
Anna Richter:

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