Nonprofit Association of Washington
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Membership in NAWA
Nonprofit Association of Washington (NAWA) is a membership organization. Being a member of NAWA makes your organization stronger, and your dues and active involvement make our shared work possible.
NAWA is a tireless advocate for the nonprofit sector and is trusted by legislators and nonprofits around the state. We provide crucial trainings, materials, and other learning opportunities to expand the skills and knowledge of you and your team. NAWA is also a reliable resource for best practices for nonprofits and our expansive member discount programs will save your organization time and money. Join today and take advantage of all of these member benefits!
Whether you are a nonprofit staff member, board member, Executive Director, or volunteer, NAWA has events for you! We offer over 150 learning and networking opportunities a year to help you gain the knowledge, skills, and connections you and your organization need to succeed. Register for an upcoming event today!
Nonprofit Association of Washington has developed nonprofit fundamentals designed to strengthen your organization’s performance and decision-making. Sign up for one or more of these ongoing training sessions as a live webinar or in-person class, or view the recordings and download additional resources in our Learning Library.
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Sign up to receive NAWA’s monthly e-newsletter, The Connector, and our emails filled with upcoming trainings, valuable networking opportunities, and important policy updates.
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The Connector – November 2022
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Letter from Laura – November 2022
Nonprofit Association of Washington works within the unceded territories of many Northwest Native nations across what is now Washington State. Our main office in Seattle is on the traditional land of the Duwamish Tribe and other Coast Salish nations. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the Native Peoples past and present who call it home.