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State of the Nonprofit Sector Survey

Nonprofit leaders: It's time to Raise Your Voices


Tell us how the world looks to you today. 

TAKE THE SURVEY

The Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) Survey is the largest national sampling of our sector, gathering and publishing crucial data about the health and challenges of US nonprofits.

Local participation in this survey will result in better data on our region. Please take the time to complete.  
 
The survey is a powerful platform that raises the voices of nonprofits large and small, urban and rural, across sub-sectors and geographies. It’s a real-time dataset widely used and cited by nonprofit leaders and boards, funders, advocates, policy advisors, media, researchers and many others.
 
In 2015 we learned that, despite the US economic recovery, vulnerable communities were going without because nonprofits couldn’t meet increasing demand. Leaders reported persistent worries about succession planning, workforce retention and financial sustainability. One said: “Our greatest challenge is the uncertainty and constancy of operating on such a knife edge.” For many today, that knife edge feels even thinner. Now more than ever, the country needs to know what's at stake.

The Survey only takes about 25 minutes and you don’t have to do it all at once – just remember to finish the questions and hit “submit” before Feb. 21, so your voice is included! Your responses will remain anonymous unless you choose to identify yourself.

Questions? Email survey@nff.org

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