Strengthen your organization and our community

Becoming an Impact Foundry Member—whether you’re a nonprofit, individual, consultant, or business interested in supporting and developing the nonprofit sector—is a great way to connect to the nonprofit community in order to learn more, do more, and make more of a difference.

There are currently more than 300 organizations, individuals and consultants who have made a commitment to nonprofit management success, community involvement, and support of the sector through their Impact Foundry Membership.

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Become an Impact Foundry Member

With access to Members-Only sections of our website, discounts on workshops, members only events and much more, becoming a Foundry member is both a strategic and financial value.  Read more below about the benefits of each type of membership and why you should join.


Nonprofit Organizations

Membership is open to all nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, faith-based organizations, and city, county and state departments. A one year membership starts the month you join, and membership benefits are extended to anyone in your organization that you designate – staff, board members, and volunteers.

Membership Benefits:

Most importantly, you are demonstrating support of the whole nonprofit sector by supporting The Impact Foundry, your regional Management Support Organization.  
But you also get:


Nonprofit Individuals and Remote Members

Nonprofit Individual membership is open to any individual working or aspiring to work in the nonprofit sector.  A one year membership starts the month you join.

Remote Members are from Organizations outside of our service area and may use the Remote Membership to access our digital offerings.



A partnership with you helps the Impact Foundry provide educational opportunities, consulting and information services to thousands of nonprofit organizations in our region.  A one year membership starts the month you join.


Current Members

We want to thank all of our nonprofit members, individual members, remote members and business sponsors.  It is their expertise, support, and mission-focus that inspires us everyday.


Thank You Members!
Use your member benefits now

Listed on this page are upcoming member benefit offerings, some discounted and others free to members.

Please reference your Nonprofit Organization, Nonprofit Individual, or Consultant Membership description for a complete list of benefits for each type of membership. (Not all listed apply to individual and consultant members.)


Inbound Marketing
The Latest Techniques to Attract More Donors, Volunteers, & Others

Nonprofits’ efforts to find supporters are rapidly being supplanted by the need for supporters to easily find you.  Learn about specific, low-cost marketing and fundraising techniques that will drive more traffic to you online, and increase your “conversion rate” so more of them become donors, event attendees, and other supporters.  We’ll examine how to implement inbound marketing by combining techniques like search engine optimization, pay-per-click, blogs, articles, websites, landing pages, calls to action, links, social media, and more to promote and leverage your

Impact Foundry
4700 Roseville RD
North Highlands, CA 95660

30 e-Ssential e-Tips for Your Nonprofit
e-Strategy, e-Fundraising, e-Marketing, e-Newsletters, e-Advocacy, e-Store, e-Everything

This seminar shares 30 essential tips on how your nonprofit can use the Internet effectively — to maximize fundraising, marketing, communication, volunteer recruitment, search engine optimization, advocacy, and much more.  You’ll learn what people should be able to SEE and DO on your website.    The session is quite interactive (and therefore fun!), including live analysis of audience members’ websites.

Objectives/Learning Outcomes:  At the conclusion of this session, participants will:

Impact Foundry
4700 Roseville RD
North Highlands, CA 95660

Finance 101 – The Executives Perspective
This session is designed for ED’s, Boards and staff members who want to increase their understanding of basic non-profit finance

This course is an introduction to understanding financial statements.  We will review the Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Statements as well as defining key concepts such as cash vs. accrual, restricted and unrestricted funds, and cost allocation.  Once the Financial Statements are reviewed, we will discuss Board Financial Policies and the role of the Finance committee -what they are, and why they are important.  Lastly we will review the difference between financial management and financial leadership and the importance of striving for financial sustainability.

2031 K St
Sacramento, CA 95811

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Impact Foundry’s Members of the Week

Every week, two member organizations are selected to be Impact Foundry Members of the Week. As a Member of the Week, that organization is granted one day that week during which they are featured on our social media pages i.e. Facebook and Twitter. 

We at the Impact Foundry believe that the nonprofit organizations in our community should be acknowledged for the amazing work they do and this is our way to do that and to show our appreciation. 


The Gathering Inn
May 31, 2017

The Gathering Inn serves the homeless women, men, and families of Placer County. What started as a collaboration between 13 congregations quickly evolved into a year-round program due to its high demand. Now, on any given night, The Gathering Inn provides showers, shelter, and dinner to 70 homeless guests. Discover how The Gathering Inn helped Amadeus and his family through difficult times.

Amadeus: A Father of Five at The Gathering Inn


Gold Country Wildlife Rescue
January 11, 2017

For 25 years, Gold Country Wildlife Rescue has been dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured and orphaned wildlife. Read below to learn how GCWR assisted in a rescue operation last June that made all the difference for three young raccoons. 

Raccoons Rescued From a Tight Spot in Loomis Drainage System 


Child Advocates of Placer County
January 6, 2017

In 2006, Child Advocates of Placer County established the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program in Placer County. Since then, hundreds of children struggling with chaotic, confusing, and often traumatic life events have been supported by CASA volunteers. In a heartwarming story, CASA Janet O’Meara recounts how one young man slowly transformed before her very eyes.

A Slow Transformation                                 


Sponsor an Organization

Sometimes the best way to support a nonprofit that you care about is to help them build the capacity to grow, operate better or develop strong community ties and funding.


Support the Cause of Your Choice
Now and into the future

The Nonprofit Resource Center can help nonprofit organizations reach their goals and perform their mission better through:

  • information, a nonprofit library, and access to the Foundation Directory Online database of funders
  • a robust calendar of classes
  • access to consultants and services at discounted rates

Sponsoring your favorite nonprofit’s Center Membership will be an effective and leveraged way to support the cause of your choice, helping the nonprofit now and into the future.

Read more about the membership benefits for Nonprofit Organizations.

Download a membership application to sponsor an organization or contact us today for more information.