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Friday, March 14 • 6:30pm - 11:59pm
Progressive Parties

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The Progressive Parties are a series of smaller parties, planned by NTEN Members and conference attendees, taking place at multiple locations that are near the 14NTC venue. With the same spirit of the traditional NTC after party–and even more excitement–we’re positive that the Progressive Parties will be a highlight of this year’s conference and a topic of conversation long after the events are over. This year, there are four different Progressive Parties to choose from. Check out the map in your print program guide, stop by NTC Customer Service for a map, or check out the map on your Smartphone: http://bit.ly/14NTCprogressiveparties


6:30pm–9:00pm · Grand Central, 2447 18th St NW
Join Sapient’s Philanthro-Patrick’s Day Party! In the spirit of philanthropy and St.Patrick’s Day, Sapient is excited to invite you to join the festivities at GrandCentral in Adams Morgan. All aboard on the party train starting from 6:30-9pm on Friday, March 14. Stop by Sapient’s booth at the Science Fair to learn something new in digital, and pick up your wristband for free drinks at our Sapient Philanthro-Patrick’s Day Party. Sapient’s nonprofit experts know that a little digital do-gooding goes a long way.

Salsa Labs
7:00 pm–9:00 pm · Club Heaven & Hell, 2327 18th St NW
Join Salsa and Rad Campaign for one helluva 80’s dance party! They are bringing together nonprofits and do-gooders for some fun at this year’s NTC Progressive Parties. There will be music, food and drinks. Did we mention fun? How could it not be at a place called “Club Heaven and Hell”? It’s just a short walk from the NTC venue. Happy Hour (and dancing) starts here.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy
7:00pm–10:00pm · Petit Plats, 2653 Connecticut Ave NW
Make this year’s NTC one to remember. Join The Chronicle of Philanthropy for a fun night out with drinks, appetizers, and conversation, where you can meet their Editor, Stacy Palmer, and mingle with fellow nonprofit professionals. Open bar is from 7:00pm–10pm across the street at Petit Plats.

Network for Good
9:00pm–11:00pm · Living Social, 918 F St NW, 6th Floor
This year, Network for Good celebrates $1 billion in donations processed since their founding in 2001! Wrap up the conference with them at one of the top party venues in Washington, DC for food, drinks, and kickin’ it with your nonprofit peers. Let them show you how to put the fun in fundraising! Network for Good is thrilled to have such amazing organizations in their city and looks forward to hosting you at their #14NTC Progressive Party for Good.

Friday March 14, 2014 6:30pm - 11:59pm EDT
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