Find the right venue for your nonprofit meetings and events. Click here or the image below to open up an interactive Google map in a new browser window. Some venues offer nonprofits free or discounted space, so read venue descriptions and check their websites for specifics. Of course, call the venue to confirm details. Lastly, if a venue doesn't advertise a "nonprofit discount" or deal, remember: it never hurts to ask!
The table below shows venue categories and examples found in each. Which categories interest you most? On the Northwest Nonprofit Venues Map, choose your preferred categories. Then click on a listed venue or zoom in, on the map itself, to those venues/icons in your city or neighborhood.
|Venue Categories||Venue Types (Examples)|
|Community or Cultural Center||community center, place of worship, historic venue|
|Conference Center or Event Space||conference center, specialized event space|
|Educational Center||school (e.g., university), training facility|
|Hotel, Resort, Lodge, or Camp||hotel, resort, lodge, camp|
|Library||library (e.g., private room in public library)|
|Museum or Gallery||museum, gallery|
|Office or Studio Meeting Space||office, shared meeting space|
|Parks and Recreation Facility||in-park meeting or event space|
|Performing Arts Venue||theatre, cinema, performance hall|
|Restaurant or Beverage Venue||restaurant, microbrewery, pub|