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  • Every day, leaders like you strive to become a leading voice for your cause—yet struggle to rise above the noise, inspire change and motivate action. Aespire guides leaders who are searching for clarity, who seek to create a culture of communication that connects their mission with their audience. As a trusted advisor to foundations, associations, nonprofits and social enterprises who are challenged with making a difference and delivering greater impact, Aespire empowers causes and companies that serve a greater purpose to raise their voice, advance their mission and achieve purpose-driven results. Aespire helps you communicate better through strategy, mission-driven design and stories that inspire, motivate and engage your audiences, as well as craft communications that appeal your audience's hearts and minds through brand identity, design, social strategy and donor-focused digital marketing.

  • The Alabama Association of Nonprofits (AAN) is a membership-based organization formed to strengthen and support Alabama nonprofit organizations in serving their communities. Membership in the Association is open to any emerging, new or existing nonprofit organization, including volunteers, board members and students interested in the nonprofit sector.

  • The Arkansas Nonprofit Alliance (ANA) is Arkansas’ nonprofit association and representative in the National Council of Nonprofits. Since 2003, ANA has worked vigorously to build a stronger, more vibrant nonprofit sector in Arkansas. ANA accomplishes this effort through its advocacy work on public policy issues affecting all nonprofits at the state and national level, access to affordable products and services, education and technical assistance, research and information sharing and network building.

  • Bloomerang provides donor management and retention software for nonprofits. Plugging in the latest technologies and delivering them with a clean, modern interface, their system pools together the latest in best practices for fundraising, loyalty, engagement and retention to create a ruthlessly simple solution that generates real-time action plans to decrease attrition and increase revenue.

  • The Browne Innovation Group (BIG) is a new breed of virtual company. BIG’s focus is online learning and training that helps established nonprofit fundraising departments return to growing and sustainable fundraising. Browne Innovation Group (BIG) was founded as a traditional consulting firm that sought to help fundraising departments develop effective strategies for dealing with digital technologies. In late 2012, BIG transformed from a traditional on-site and in-person consulting firm to an online learning and training company. They shifted to an online learning company to help more fundraising departments make a successful shift to digital.

  • The mission of Colorado Nonprofit Association is to lead, serve and strengthen Colorado nonprofit organizations. Colorado Nonprofit Association works with and for all of Colorado’s nonprofits to create impact in their communities. They do so by providing cost-saving member benefits, up-to-date resources and practical information to help nonprofits. The Association provides an important voice on behalf of the sector at the Colorado State Capitol as well as nationwide.

  • Dahl Communications strives to promote a holistic approach to fund development working with each client in establishing creative ideas, project plans and producing outcome driven strategies.

  • DonorSearch was founded in 2007 with one goal: to provide more accurate, more comprehensive and more actionable data to help nonprofits of all types achieve better fundraising and outreach results. Using proprietary philanthropy databases and algorithms, as well as tens of millions of records from public databases, we provide reports manually verified by in-house prospect researchers that combine past philanthropic activity and traditional markers. The result: you not only know each individual’s capacity for giving, but also the likelihood of each prospect supporting your mission.

  • The mission of Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action (DSAIA) is to support and advance the growth and service capabilities of the local and regional Down syndrome organizations they serve, to be the conduit of value-driven training, programs, best practices and support for their members. DSAIA’s purpose is to serve their affiliates through collaboration, resource sharing and networking.

  • The Evangelical Lutheran Education Association has been the premier source of support, advocacy and connections for ELCA and other faith-based schools and early learning centers since 1988.

  • Get Fully Funded is a step-by-step fundraising system developed by Sandy Rees, a consultant specializing in helping small nonprofit organizations raise money, develop their boards and ensure the success of their missions. Sandy has shown dozens of founders and executive directors how to add 6 and 7 figures to their bottom line, turn their board into a fundraising machine and raise all the money your nonprofit needs to fulfill its mission.

  • The Human Services Federation has 120 nonprofit agency members dedicated to providing quality health and human services in Lincoln and Lancaster County. The Federation works to continually inform, involve, strengthen and increase the capacity, awareness and effectiveness of nonprofits and the nonprofit sector in their community.

  • If your nonprofit needs a boost of energy around fundraising, board development or board and staff roles, then contact Jean today. People say her trainings are fun and high energy and filled with real life, practical ideas that you can put to work immediately. How does she do it? Jean has been there and done that—she’s been a board and staff leader for local, regional and national nonprofits and now is in demand nationally to share her insights . . . no high falutin’ theory—just plain talk about what works. Visit to download free forms and ideas and sign up for her free e-newsletter.Then contact Jean to discuss your needs for a webinar, training, workshop or one-on-one consulting. You’ll be glad you did!

  • Lutheran Schools Association assists the ministries of schools and early childhood centers from several Lutheran church bodies, primarily the Metropolitan New York Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and The Atlantic District of The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.

  • Montana Nonprofit Association provides leadership for Montana's nonprofit sector and partners with charitable nonprofits to promote a sustainable, networked and influential sector.

  • The National Council of Nonprofits (Council of Nonprofits) is a trusted resource and advocate for America’s charitable nonprofits. Through a powerful network of State Associations and 25,000+ members, the Council of Nonprofits serves as a central coordinator and mobilizer to help nonprofits achieve greater collective impact in local communities across the country. They identify emerging trends, share proven practices and promote solutions that benefit charitable nonprofits and the communities they serve.

  • The National Housing Resource Center (NHRC) is an advocate for the nonprofit housing counseling industry, as well as for housing consumers, for communities of color, for the elderly, and for underserved populations. NHRC is mobilizing housing counseling agencies, networks, and Intermediaries into one united voice.

  • The National School Foundation Association is the recognized leader of the PreK-12 education foundation movement in the United States, providing training and support for their development and quest to increase student achievement through philanthropic investment and involvement.

  • Nonprofit Association of the Midlands is the only membership organization in Nebraska dedicated exclusively to working with nonprofits in the Midlands. By connecting organizations with information, education, advocacy and collaboration, NAM helps members focus their energy on the people and communities they serve.

  • The New York Council of Nonprofits (NYCON) is a membership-based, mission-driven, statewide association of diverse charitable nonprofit organizations. With over 3,000 members, they work to build the capacity of nonprofits and communities to enhance the quality of life in New York State through responsive, cost-effective service.

  • Nonprofit Connect links the nonprofit community to education, resources and networking so organizations can more effectively achieve their missions.

  • Nonprofit Hub is dedicated to empowering nonprofit organizations by creating and shipping the highest quality nonprofit resources available online. They believe the world needs more remarkable nonprofits and are dedicated to providing the highest quality resources for nonprofits–either by finding it and delivering it, or creating it themselves.

  • North Carolina Center for Nonprofits 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.

  • NDANO is the statewide membership association advancing North Dakota nonprofits through advocacy and public policy, education and training, resources and research, cost-saving programs, and leadership and networking. NDANO strengthens communities and enhances quality of life through engagement and ensuring a strong charitable sector.

  • The mission of Nonprofit Leadership Solutions is to help nonprofits achieve organizational success through board development and strategic planning services. With a cumulative 100+ years of experience in consulting, training and communications, the associates at the Nonprofit Leadership Solutions can help your board, executive and staff perform their job better.

  • Paul J. Strawhecker, Inc. is a comprehensive resource development firm offering consulting services in the many facets of fundraising, including planned giving and major gifts, annual giving, feasibility studies and capital campaigns, grantwriting, public relations and marketing and strategic planning. In addition, the firm also provides organizational audits, board development and training for an organization’s staff and volunteers.

  • PANO is the statewide membership organization serving and advancing the nonprofit sector through advocacy, collaboration, education and other services in order to improve the overall quality of life in Pennsylvania. PANO exists to support the incredible work of the nonprofit sector and highlight the critical role nonprofits serve. By coming together and recognizing our collective value, Pennsylvania communities and the power to do good will thrive.

  • After many years as a board and staff leader for local, regional and national nonprofits, Jean Block had hit the wall. She knew that nonprofits needed to quit their reliance on grants and traditional fundraising, but what else was there? Then, in 2003, she learned about social enterprise—how earning revenue by leveraging what you do, what you know and what you have can make a nonprofit self-sustaining. Through her company, Social Enterprise Ventures, she and her team of trained consultants have led nearly 100 nonprofits across the US from idea to fully researched and feasible business plans. These agencies are able to work more independently and worry less about whether the grant or the donations will continue. Visit to learn more about their training and consulting programs and get your organization on track to sustainability!

  • The Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations (TANO) is the statewide membership association reflecting and promoting Texas’ growing nonprofit community in all its diversity. Envisioning a Texas Nonprofit Sector that works together to be among the healthiest and most vibrant in the nation, TANO’s concern and focus is every nonprofit entity within Texas no matter its size or budget, urban or rural location.

  • 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 so that each nonprofit can more effectively fulfill its mission. Partners

  • AFP Greater Wichita Chapter

    AFP Greater Wichita Chapter

    308 High Street
    Baldwin City, KS 66006
    (316) 285-0671

  • AFP ND Northern Plains Chapter

    AFP ND Northern Plains Chapter

    2816 32nd Street S.
    Fargo, ND 58103
    (701) 238-7443

  • AFP Nebraska Chapter

    AFP Nebraska Chapter

    P.O. Box 24133
    Omaha, NE 68124
    (402) 397-0280

  • AFP South Dakota Chapter

    AFP South Dakota Chapter

    P.O. Box 1052
    Sioux Falls, SD 57101
    (607) 743-5655

  • P.O. Box 82873
    Lincoln, NE 68501

  • 3536 W 41st Ave
    Denver, CO 80211
    (303) 919-6199

  • Building Michigan Communities Conference

    Building Michigan Communities Conference

    1390 Eisenhower Place
    Ann Arbor, MI 48108
    (734) 677-0503

  • California Association of Nonprofits

    California Association of Nonprofits

    3435 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1930
    Los Angeles, CA 90010
    (800) 776-4226

  • Center for Non-Profits

    Center for Non-Profits

    3575 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 102
    Mercerville, NJ 08619
    (732) 227-0800

  • Center for Nonprofit Advancement

    Center for Nonprofit Advancement

    1666 K Street NW, Suite 440
    Washington, DC 20006
    (202) 457-0540

  • Center for Nonprofit Resources

    Center for Nonprofit Resources

    300 Madison Avenue, Suite 1300
    Toledo, OH 43604
    (419) 241-9513

  • 75 Charter Oak Avenue, Suite 1-100
    Hartford, CT 06106-1903
    (860) 525-5080

  • 1489 N. Highland Ave
    Atlanta, GA 30306
    (407) 376-9800

  • 2011 Mimosa Lane
    Anderson, IN 46011
    (317) 296-7314

  • 520 San Antonio Road
    Mountain View, CA 94040
    (650) 468-0026

  • Georgia Center for Nonprofits

    Georgia Center for Nonprofits

    100 Peachtree Street, Suite 1500
    Atlanta, GA 30303
    (800) 959-5015

  • Great Lakes Center for Youth Development

    Great Lakes Center for Youth Development

    1175 Erie Street
    Marquette, MI 49855
    (906) 228-8919

  • Hemophilia Federation of America

    Hemophilia Federation of America

    210 7th St. SE, Suite 200B
    Washington D.C., 20003
    (800) 230.9797

  • 1201 Infinity Court
    Lincoln, NE 68512

  • Jefferson County Library Cooperative

    Jefferson County Library Cooperative

    2100 Park Place
    Birmingham, AL 35203
    (205) 226-3615

  • Kentucky Nonprofit Network

    Kentucky Nonprofit Network

    University of Kentucky
    300 Garrigus Building
    Lexington, Kentucky 40546
    (859) 257-2542

  • Lincoln Community Foundation

    Lincoln Community Foundation

    215 Centennial Mall South, Suite 100
    Lincoln, NE 68508
    (402) 474-2345

  • Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

    Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

    2314 University Avenue West, Suite 20
    St. Paul, MN 55114
    (651) 642-1904

  • Mississippi Center for Nonprofits

    Mississippi Center for Nonprofits

    201 West Capitol Street, Suite 700
    Jackson, MS, 39201
    (601) 968-0061

  • National Federation for Just Communities

    National Federation for Just Communities

    525 New Center One
    3031 West Grand Boulevard
    Detroit, MI 48202
    (877) 434-9893

  • Nebraska Global

    Nebraska Global

    151 N 8th Street, Suite 300
    Lincoln, NE 68508
    (402) 325-1525

  • Nebraska Healthcare Marketers

    Nebraska Healthcare Marketers

    3255 Salt Creek Circle, Suite 100
    Lincoln, NE 68504
    (402) 742-8143

  • Nonprofit Alliance at Kellogg Community College

    Nonprofit Alliance at Kellogg Community College

    450 North Avenue
    Battle Creek, MI 49017
    (269) 565-2190

  • North Carolina Association of Free Clinics

    North Carolina Association of Free Clinics

    P.O. Box 25893
    Winston-Salem, NC 27114
    (336) 251-1111

  • Northwest Nonprofit Resources

    Northwest Nonprofit Resources

    P.O. Box 9066
    Spokane, WA 99209
    (509) 325-4303

  • Ohio Association of Nonprofits Organizations

    Ohio Association of Nonprofits Organizations

    100 East Broad Street, Suite 2440
    Columbus OH 43215
    (614) 280-0233

  • Providers’ Council

    Providers’ Council

    88 Broad Street
    Fifth Floor
    Boston, MA 02110
    (617) 428-3637

  • 7331 Monica Lane
    Evergreen, CO 80439
    (720) 638-0909

  • 2124 Y St., Suite 117
    Lincoln, NE 68503
    (402) 467-1500

  • 558 Castle Pines Pkwy, Unite B-4 #137
    Castle Rock, CO 80108
    (866) 891-1954

  • ServeNebraska


    P.O. Box 98927
    Lincoln, NE 68509
    (800) 291-8911

  • 11418 W 132nd Ct
    Overland Park, KS 66213
    (620) 617-2333

  • P.O. Box 832
    Elkin, NC 28621
    (704) 665-7328

  • 92 S Jackson St #37646
    Seattle, WA 98104-28218
    (206) 981-5327

  • 4800 Branched Oak Road
    Davey, NE 68336
    (402) 525-9402

  • 4721 Old Cheney Rd, Suite 4
    Lincoln, NE 68516
    (402) 904-7670

  • 231 East 400 South, Suite 345
    Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
    (888) 596-1801

  • 5422 Antioch Dr
    Merriam, KS 66202
    (877) 551-5250

  • Washington Nonprofits

    Washington Nonprofits

    120 State Avenue #303
    Olympia, WA 98501
    (253) 330-8850

  • Lincoln, NE
    (402) 984-5315

  • Wisconsin Nonprofits

    Wisconsin Nonprofits

    2830 Agriculture Drive
    Madison, WI 53727
    (608) 772-5962