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Webinar: Data for Change: the State of the Nonprofit Sector Survey

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Webinar: Data for Change: the State of the Nonprofit Sector Survey

Time: June 21, 2018 from 3pm to 4pm
Location: Webinar
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/…
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Antony Bugg-Levine, Barbara Rosen
Latest Activity: Jun 18

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“We are competing with fast food chains and retail stores but our staff have far more responsibility and work under more stressful situations than those who flip burgers or ring up sales.”

 

“Prejudiced, stereotypical, and discriminatory attitudes and behaviors have been emboldened, and we hear from our young people that they are suffering as a result.”

 

“The US nonprofit sector is resilient, collaborative, innovative, and determined to address the most complex and enduring problems in our country.”

 

 

Almost 3,400 leaders of nonprofits across all 50 states and a wide range of sizes, missions, and work areas raised their voices through the latest State of the Nonprofit Sector Survey. They said:

 

·     Demand continues to rise faster than nonprofits’ ability to meet it: 86% of Survey respondents say demand for their services is rising, and 57% say they don’t think they can meet it.

 

·     They continue to move forward with characteristic determination and creativity: 54% of respondents increased staff and 55% increased compensation in 2017.

 

·     They are very worried about the people they serve: 67% say the federal government’s 2017 actions and words made life harder for their clients.

 

Join us to dig deeper into the data and explore its uses for your planning and presentations.

 

Please forward this to your friends and colleagues so that they can explore the data as well!

 

 

Speakers:

Antony Bugg-Levine, CEO

Barbara Rosen, Vice President, Knowledge & Communications

 

 

Questions? Email survey@nff.org.

 

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