What do 15 InsideNGO members have in common?

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August 02, 2016

What do 15 InsideNGO members have in common?

By Bonnie Ricci

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The generosity of InsideNGO members and their contributions to their peers in the membership community are evident in many ways throughout the year. This is a cornerstone that enables InsideNGO to help members connect, collaborate, share, and learn.

It goes without saying that membership dues are an essential source of financial support for InsideNGO to maintain its regular year-round programs. A special group of 15 members has deepened their generosity through financial support each year above their dues category to become an InsideNGO Sustaining Member. Sustaining Member support provides us with those extra resources to pilot and add new offerings and benefits without increasing basic dues across the board for everyone.

Why Become a Sustaining Member?

Simply put, the contributions of Sustaining Members increase InsideNGO’s ability to offer beneficial services that help us support evolving needs, address new concerns, and expand operational area groups. It provides a way for you to demonstrate your organization’s leadership in the membership community, and is another visible way for you to acknowledge the importance of operational excellence in the NGO sector as a whole.


Sustaining Members

The Carter Center
Catholic Relief Services
ChildFund International
Education Development Center
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
EngenderHealth
FHI 360
International Youth Foundation
Management Sciences for Health
PATH
Pathfinder International
Population Council
Population Services International (PSI)
Teach for All
Winrock International


What Does Your Sustaining Member Contribution Support?

Your Sustaining Membership helps everyone in the InsideNGO community benefit. It bolsters our ability to bring all of our members:

  • No cost webinars and timely, virtual events: conducting webinars on OMB Grant Reform and monitoring and evaluation; connecting quickly with peers on the earthquake in Nepal or the Ebola crisis; identifying helpful HR metrics to benchmark your organization; bringing you the popular Connect the Information Dots webinar series that introduces members to new technologies and processes; these are just a few of the special activities we have been able to arrange, sometimes on short notice, based on member interest.
  • Advocacy initiatives: representing member voices in changing times around regulations from OMB or USAID; engaging proactively in the dialogue on full cost recovery; these are just two examples of special efforts that have a positive effect on members and the NGO sector.
  • Special convenings: holding cross-functional roundtables in diverse geographic regions around the US, such as Atlanta, Seattle, and New York; adding programs for young professionals/emerging leaders; building senior leader forums for COOs, CFOs, and CHROs, to discuss topics such as The Changing Role of the COO; the INGO of the Future; The Future of INGO Operations.
  • Piloting new products, services, and partnerships: meeting the changing needs of the community by being nimble and responsive to needs and opportunities – for example, partnerships with Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation, Telecom4Good, and a range of InsideNGO Industry Partners that leverage additional resources.

In exchange for this support, InsideNGO recognizes the leadership of our Sustaining Members throughout the year. At this membership level, your organization receives special recognition on InsideNGO’s website, an acknowledgement in the Annual Conference Program, on conference signage, call outs in other materials, and InsideNGO’s gratitude for contributing to the community at this extra level.

 

Here’s Your Opportunity

Please join us this year as a Sustaining Member. When membership renewal begins in just a few weeks, look for a special insert with information on how to join at this level. Have questions? Contact Membership Manager Elizabeth Heald: eheald@InsideNGO.org. Thank you!

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