Nonprofits across Washington are supported by a number of organizations and associations that make sure that nonprofits have what they need to succeed. They are focused on the knowledge, skills, tools, and connections that nonprofits of all sizes, from across a diversity of communities, need to thrive.
501 Commons provides a broad array of management support, technology and capacity building services to meet the needs of nonprofits of all sizes and all subsectors. For ongoing needs we provide contracted technology, finance and human resources “back-office” support. This lets you have access to nonprofit expertise but pay just for what you need.
Washington Nonprofits is a statewide association that provides connectivity and support for nonprofits in our state. We represent the nonprofit sector in state and federal policy decisions, help nonprofits access programs and funds, and provide services and programs to help nonprofits build their capacity.
Wayfind is a nonprofit that improves the quality of life in Washington communities by providing access to free business legal services for nonprofits and microenterprises.
The Nonprofit Assistance Center is a capacity-building and technical assistance organization working for community empowerment for social justice and equity.
The Office of the Secretary of State is the state-level government entity responsible for registration and oversight of charitable organizations, charitable trusts, and commercial fundraisers.
We also work in partnership with many other organizations, including:
- Universities such as University of Washington and Seattle University
- United Ways across Washington
- Community foundations across Washington
- Government agencies such as Serve Washington
- Associations, such as Advancement Northwest and Global Washington
- Social change organizations, such as Center for Ethical Leadership
- Regional partners