Looking at just total revenue or total expenses can mislead you about how big an organization actually is. That's where operating budget comes in. Learn more.
Nonprofits could lose $5.7 billion to $16.9 billion in income due to cancelled fundraising events, conferences, conventions, meetings, admission fees, and ticket sales. Learn more.
There are 1.7 million active nonprofit organizations in the United States. Churches, schools, and foundations account for 40% of these. Learn more about the rest!
The nonprofit sector varies regionally within the United States, with geographic, economic, and social factors affecting what charitable causes are common in each state. Learn more.
The fastest growing nonprofits are mostly newer organizations that have just received funding, although some are older nonprofits having a resurgence. Learn more.
The largest environmental organization employers are environmental education programs, energy conservation programs, or land conservation nonprofits. Learn more.
The nonprofit sector employs 21.7 million people, about 14% of the workforce, but nonprofits vary widely. Learn more about nonprofit employment statistics.
With $1.6 trillion in combined assets, these foundations, universities, and other nonprofits are the largest. See the list of the largest nonprofits.
The highest paid charity CEOs earn around $1M to $3M per year, and lead arts organizations, museums, research institutes, and other nonprofits. Learn more.
With ~$120 billion in combined revenue, these foundations, NGOs, institutes, and other charities are the largest. See the list of top 100 charities.
Financials are solid, but not all nonprofits are growing equally, and nonprofits are outsourcing more. Learn more insights on nonprofit trends 2019.