Blog posts tagged with Statistics
Most people don’t think of data as “spicy,” or of adding any real interest. But actual data, sprinkled sparingly in appropriate places, can be extremely effective in driving home an important point. Backing up your assertions of need with carefully selected facts demonstrates to the funder that you’ve done your homework. Read four best practices for sprinkling the spice of data into your foundation proposal recipes.
Donor retention is an area that sorely needs improvement. Donor-advised funds are rapidly growing and outpace foundation giving. Charitable giving happens in many ways that aren’t well-tracked (yet). These are some of the findings from the recently released Giving USA 2016 report on U.S. charitable giving.
Just published – “Fair Pay for Northern California Nonprofits: The 2016 Compensation and Benefits Survey Report”
With 582 participating nonprofits, reporting on over 30,000 employees, the 2016 survey is the largest and most robust in its 38-year history. 2016 was also the 4th year in a row that the number of organizations participating in the survey increased!
Just Published: "Fair Pay for Northern California Nonprofits: The 2015 Compensation and Benefits Survey Report"
With 547 participating nonprofits reporting on over 27,000 jobs, the 2015 survey, produced by Oakland-based Nonprofit Compensation Associates (NCA), is the largest and most robust in its 37-year history. Sixty-seven percent of the survey's participants see hiring challenges in the year ahead as economic conditions continue to improve....