Join others who support our collective efforts to ensure a connected and powerful nonprofit community equipped to champion the public good.
Nonprofits are bridge-builders weaving our communities together. Invest in our work to strengthen and amplify the impact of small to midsize nonprofits embedded in local communities throughout the country – the 97 percent of nonprofits with revenues less than $5 million on which tens of millions of people rely daily. Your investment in our work expands the advocacy, research, information sharing, and capacity building resources available for all nonprofits – even those you are unable to support directly. To learn more about giving to the National Council of Nonprofits, connect with Donna Murray-Brown, VP of Strategy & Development.
The National Council of Nonprofits is pleased to recognize those individuals and organizations who contribute to our work through general operating grants, project support, individual gifts, pro bono services, or in-kind contributions. We are most grateful. Our generous contributors are listed below alphabetically within each section.
Core Mission Partners
NCN recognizes as Core Mission Partners funders that invest in our work to advance the vital role, capacity, and voice of charitable nonprofits through our state and national networks. We’re grateful for the support of these funders, which also helps us continue building the capacity of our network of state associations of nonprofits.
Fidelity Charitable® Catalyst Fund
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation
The Kresge Foundation
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
NCN welcomes as Philanthropic Allies those corporations, foundations, and individual donors who support our work to protect and advance their grantees, their philanthropic goals, and the sector as a whole at a meaningful level (generally $2,500 to $25,000):
Caroline Altman Smith
Our Other Generous Contributors
Doug and Allison Bauer
Tiffany Gourley Carter
Florence and Paul Eckstein (in honor of Tim Delaney)
Jennifer Chandler Hauge and Steven N. Berk
Brian O’Leary and Amy Silver O'Leary (in honor of Tim Delaney and the amazing NCN team)
David Thompson and Caren Forsten
We apologize for any inadvertent errors or omissions in our list. If you have questions or notice any omissions to this list, please contact us.
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