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Your mission is to build a better world.

Ours is to help you succeed.

Nonprofits need solid technology, sound planning, and robust administrative systems. They also need engaged boards, supported staff, and sustainable funding.

501 Commons’ programs and services support organizations so they have what they need to make a world of difference.

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Techtacular: an event like no other

Techtacular: an event like no other

Where else can you…support an awesome cause...leave your checkbook at home...groove to the beatnik beat of days gone by...network with the best and brightest from the tech and nonprofit sectors...enjoy great food, complimentary drinks and amazing art? At Techtacular, of course! Join us for the fun on April 22.

Congratulations to 2014 program participants

Welcome to the 6 arts organizations participating in the 2014 Springboard program and the 16 King County nonprofits that have been selected to participate in the VIP360 program. VIP 360, which helps organizations improve their engagement of volunteers, is funded by United Way of King County and delivered in partnership with 501 Commons.

A Practice of Gratitude

Prompted by National Volunteer week, we want to thank our Service Corps and Volunteer Manager Corps members and consider the benefits of the practice of gratitude. Ashley Miller, ED of the Service Board suggests that reflecting on what you are grateful for and sharing gratitude among staff, board, and program participants can build a culture that is joyful and resilient.

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Pls RT: REGISTER NOW. #SocialMedia 4 Nonprofits kicks off in SEATTLE on 4/28 http://t.co/M9x6kbG5RC #sm4np

Congrats! MT @supportichs The @WhiteHouse is honoring our very own Teresita Batayola, CEO, as a Champion of Change! http://t.co/0ANLyxXO4K

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Huge Thank You to @boardroompoet for being our fabulous MC at #techtacular last night! We hope you had a great evening

Thanks everyone for attending #techtacular last night! We hope you had a great time