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Nonprofits Workers Paid $670.22 Billion...

Nonprofit employment continues to be a force within the U.S. labor market. As of 2017, the latest data available, the nonprofit sector employed nearly 12.5 million people, slightly ahead of the 12.4 million employed by manufacturing and trailing only retail trade (15.8 million) and accommodation and food services (13.6 million), according to the Johns Hopkins […]

NYC’s Nonprofit Workers 64% Female, 50% Under 40...

The 13,062 establishments that make up New York City nonprofits contribute nearly $78 billion, or 9.4 percent of the city’s economy, annually. The 662,025 workers the sector employs represent almost 18 percent of the workplace, according to a report from the New York City Comptroller’s office. Women make up 64 percent of all nonprofit workers. […]

Massachusetts, Arizona Nonprofits Lost Combined $8.65 Billion...

COVID-19 losses keep being racked up at nonprofits across the nation. The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network (MNN) released the latest edition of its Commonwealth Insights report series, “The COVID-19 Pandemic: Nonprofit Impacts and Policies to Boost Resiliency,” showing $8.6 billion in losses. In Arizona, the loss is pegged by the state association at $53 million. “Nonprofits […]

CARES Act: A Guide to Financial Resources for Nonprofits...

Elements of the recently passed CARES Act, the $2.2 trillion bill that provides economic relief for individuals, small businesses, corporations, hospitals, state and local governments, and nonprofits, are starting to roll out.  Some of the financial relief provided for nonprofits in the Act is more beneficial than others, and not all of the relief is […]

Giving Projected To Increase 5 Percent...

Charitable giving in the United States is projected to grow by 4.8 percent this year and by 5.1 percent in 2021, according to a new report. The Philanthropy Outlook 2020 & 2021, released yesterday, is researched and written by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI and presented by Marts & Lundy, […]

Giving Pinched Upward By 1%...

This isn’t the fundraising sector your parents and grandparents knew. Everything is changing, from population sizes, demographics and the economy. What it all came down to last year in the United States was a 1-percent increase in off-line giving and 6.8 percent increase in online giving. A three-year trend of overall giving shows an increase […]

NPT Top 100 (2019): An In-Depth Study of America’s Largest Nonprofits...

Revenue grew faster than expenses as donors did their part Fundraising was humming along about 10 percent ahead of budget for Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) heading into December 2018. That month became the most volatile period of the year for stock markets. By year’s end, MSF had lost its fundraising headwind, ending up […]

DAF Giving Weights Toward Female Causes...

Nonprofits focused on women’s and girls’ causes receive proportionally more charitable contributions via donor-advised funds (DAF) than donations in general, according to a preliminary report from the Women’s Philanthropy Institute (WPI). “The Women & Girls Index: Measuring Giving To Women’s and Girls’ Causes” is touted as the “first comprehensive landscape of charitable organizations dedicated to […]

NPT Power & Influence Top 50 (2019)...

Evolving Missions Pushed By Need Fueled Honorees’ Innovations For the PDF Version of The NPT Power & Influence Top 50, click here. It just always works out this way. It’s never intended but a theme always emerges as the nominations for the annual NPT Power & Influence Top 50 come in and are discussed. Two […]