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Governor Jay Inslee has declared April to be Nonprofit Impact Month.

This month spotlights the many faces of nonprofits and the impact we have in communities throughout the state.

Together our voices become
part of the collective “we.”


2014 Washington State Nonprofit Conference - May 14

In this era of increasingly complex challenges, changing community demographics and relentless pace of change, can nonprofits find meaningful and enduring solutions? To thrive in the future, we will need to shift: shift our thinking, shift our leadership and shift our definitions of outcomes.

Join us on May 14th for the 2014 Washington State Nonprofit Conference. There is a pre-conference track on nonprofit finance on May 13th. REGISTER HERE

"I'm so excited to meet other nonprofit constituents in my area. It's so valuable to connect, share, and potentially collaborate.
                                        - Kim Schaefer, Spokane H.O.P.E. School


Big Win on Grants for Nonprofits. 
Federal fund grants will now cover all indirect costs. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued guidance that state and local governments using federal funds will be required to reimburse nonprofit contractors and grantees for reasonable indirect costs.  Full Guidance from OMB. 

United Way Volunteer Impact Partnership’s (VIP)
36 organizations have been selected into this year’s United Way Volunteer Impact Partnership’s (VIP) two feature programs, VIP 360 and VIP Manager Corps. Funded by United Way, the VIP programs are delivered to King County organizations in partnership with 501 Commons. Read more>
 More News and Information

Nonprofit Leaders Share Their Stories of Challenge and Adaptation.
The Nonprofit Finance Fund's latest State of the Sector Survey describes the challenges nonprofit leaders are facing and they ways they are adapting to changes.  Full report>

Donors want to better understand the social issue being addressed.
The findings of Informed Giving: What Donors Want and How Nonprofits can Provide It, a report by Root Cause, shows that donors want resources to be allocated based on performance to advance social progress.  Read More>

More resources in the Statewide Nonprofit Directory! Click Here

Upcoming Events


ONLINE: Role of Board Engagement in Nonprofit Performance
April 23, 9:30-10:30am. More

ONLINE: Financial Spring Cleaning
May 1, 12:00-1:00pm. More

May 9, 12:00-1:00pm. More

BELLEVUE: WA State Nonprofit Conference / Pre-conference Finance Track  May 13, 10:00-4:30.  More

BELLEVUE: WA State Nonprofit Conference  May 14, 10:00-4:30.  More

YAKIMA: Fundraising Symposium
May 30, 9:00-4:00pm. More

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