Whatcom Nonprofit Network

Laurel_Hammond_WNP-9croppedreducedWe believe a healthy and vibrant nonprofit sector is critical to keeping our community strong. Our local organizations work in diverse areas; from feeding hungry families to restoring healthy salmon runs. Behind all of this good work, we are fortunate to have many passionate leaders and supporters.

The Whatcom Nonprofit Network (WNN), a program of the Whatcom Community Foundation, is a networking hub and educational resource that strengthens the sector. WNN also provides networking opportunities, special trainings, an online calendar and a newsletter that includes resources, event information and more.

Click here for our Nonprofit Event Calendar

The work of this program is powered by staff and volunteers, focused on:
  • Building relationships and making connections through networking events and educational workshops.
  • Professional development and resource sharing through a regular enewsletter, peer learning opportunities, and an online nonprofit scheduling calendar.
  • Information and advocacy to promote nonprofit news and engage community leaders with local nonprofits. 

Tools of the Trade – click here


View the latest WNN E-news to find job openings, nonprofit trainings, tools and resources:

July 2016 WNN E-News

For E-news submission guidelines, click HERE 


Workshops and Trainings

 

2016 AFP Advancement Northwest Presents:  
Igniting Philanthropy Luncheons/Breakfasts Sponsored by the Whatcom Center for Philanthropy

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What:  Planned Giving Panel
When:  October 18, 11:30am to 1:30pm, lunch will be served
Where:  Bellingham Golf & Country Club, 3729 Meridian Street, Bellingham, WA  98225

More information coming soon!

Registration:  Member:  $40, Non-member:  $50, On-site:  $60

Register online via AFP Advancement Northwest

The Bellingham Breakfast and Luncheon programs bring lively and engaging fundraising leaders to Whatcom County to enhance professional development offered in Northwest Washington. A group of Whatcom County fundraising professionals who understand the community’s needs chooses the topic for each program. Fundraising professionals with any level of experience will find this series insightful and engaging. 

For more information: 
Contact: Advancement Northwest Office
Phone: (206) 971-3605
Email: office@afpadvancementnw.org 


 

WNN Volunteers

Hannah Martine, Honorworks
Katherine Freimund, Whatcom Literacy Council
Virginia Lang, Lang Consulting
Jessica Renner, Studio Hatch
Karen Kildall, Northwest Washington Fair

Connect with us or sign up for our e-newsletter at: 

wnn@whatcomcf.org

Whatcom Nonprofit Network