Colorado Nonprofit Association

Membership Info

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The state of Colorado has over 20,000 nonprofits with over 128,000 employees and ONE organization represents them all. Colorado Nonprofit Association. The Association is the source for growing your network, knowledge and influence.

Select from our four distinct membership offerings below to learn more about costs and member benefits.

Explore Membership Types

Our member programs represent organizations and individuals in the following categories:

Nonprofit 501(c)(3) Membership

Nonprofit organizations with a 501(c)(3) designation (or pending IRS application) operating in Colorado are eligible and encouraged to apply for nonprofit membership.

Government & Other 501(c) Membership

Government agencies and nonprofits with designations OTHER than 501(c)(3) are eligible and encouraged to apply for membership in this category.


Individual/Student Membership

Individuals or students interested in networking, professional development and nonprofit advocacy are eligible and encouraged to apply for membership in this category.

Business Membership

Businesses interested in expanding their network, increasing their knowledge of and leveraging their influence in the nonprofit sector are encouraged to apply for membership as well.

Membership Means More!

Member Benefit Review

Are you a new member, considering membership, need a refresher of all the benefits of being a member?

Member Benefit Review’s are free webinars, hosted by Association staff, that go into depth of all information regards to membership. Member Benefit Review’s are the best way to learn about all the benefits being a member of the Colorado Nonprofit Association!

Business Affinty Program

A Nonprofit Membership with the Colorado Nonprofit Association means exclusive discounts with partners on services and products that your organization needs to further your mission!

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What Members Are Saying

“While renewing our membership to the Colorado Nonprofit Association this year, I again realized its incredible value. When we formed Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention in 1995, so many knowledgeable and friendly staff at Colorado Nonprofit Association answered our questions, guided us through local and federal filings, and provided helpful classes. Because of them, we were able to focus on our mission of saving lives, instead of getting tied up in the paperwork. Thank you to the Colorado Nonprofit Association for helping members like me change the lives of our community members for the better every single day.”

Dale Emme
Yellow Ribbon Society

“Kids At Their Best is a member of the Colorado Nonprofit Association so we have a voice.  As a small non profit there were so many things that we just didn’t have the capacity to keep on up – especially on the legislative side. Being a member of the Association allowed us to have our voice heard without doing all the leg work. There was always someone available to answer questions or to give our thoughts to and I know through our trusted relationships that our thoughts were getting to legislators and our voice was being heard. Plus there are so many free trainings and information like the salary survey that we use all the time. Its a small investment for a lot of impact!”

Jodi Walker
Kids At Their Best

“The Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley turns to the Colorado Nonprofit Association for everything from staying abreast of legislative updates relevant to the nonprofit sector to utilizing the job board when we’re hiring. We love partnering with the Association to convey important updates and information with Gunnison Valley nonprofits. It’s critical to have the Association advocating for our sector at the State level so we can focus on the important work to be done in our rural communities. The online workshop and training opportunities give us the opportunity to learn and share with peers from around the State.”

Lauren Kugler
Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley

“I’m honored to partner with Colorado Nonprofit Association for a number of reasons.  We originally became a member in the infancy stage of our organization and received a ton of resources that helped us gain understanding and knowledge of the nonprofit industry. Over the years, our services have grown and we now assist newly created nonprofits with building the infrastructure of their organization. This is where Colorado Nonprofit Association comes into play, we’ve established memberships for these organizations and they are excited to participate in workshops and gain the necessary knowledge as they grow their organizations.  I am extremely grateful for the partnership we have with Colorado Nonprofit Association, they make my job easier.”

Kenneth Crowley
Crowley Foundation