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The State of the Nonprofit Sector in the Triad 2010

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    • 1. The State of the Nonprofit Sector in the Triad May 20, 2010
    • 2. Legal Definitions of Nonprofits
      • United States
      • Organizations who file or plan to file a form 990 yearly to maintain tax-exempt status.
      • North Carolina
      • Nonprofit corporations are those that have filed with the Secretary of State, a set of by-laws and a mission.
    • 3. Purposes of Nonprofits From the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits
      • Delivering needed services – food banks feeding the hungry, hospices caring for the dying.
      • Educating the public on vital issues – the dangers of smoking, how to stop child abuse.
      • Finding solutions – cleaning up polluted streams, providing day care for working families.
      • Nurturing our culture – providing music, theatre, arts, and ways to learn about our history.
      • Engaging people in the community – volunteering with Habitat, serving on boards.
      • Providing a voice for the voiceless – speaking for children or seniors with disabilities.
      • Improving government policies – researching and advocating ways to improve education.
      • Providing faith-based activities – houses of worship, community service projects.
    • 4. How Many Exist?
      • United States
      • 1.8 Million recognized by the IRS
      • North Carolina
      • 54,403 Form 990 (501c3) Fillings
      • Guilford County
      • 587 Registered Charities
    • 5. How Many Exist?-By City
    • 6. How Many Exist?-By County
    • 7. Nonprofits and the Economy
      • $31 billion is put into economy statewide by nonprofits
      • $2.2 billion in Guilford County alone
      • 10,000 have annual revenues of over $25,000
      • Sources of funds for nonprofits in North Carolina include program service fees and contracts (64%), private donors and government grants (25%), and investment income (2%).
    • 8. Nonprofit Employment
      • 212,814 people statewide, leading the construction, finance/real estate, transportation and information sectors
      • 26.6% of North Carolina job growth
    • 9. Where the Nonprofit Jobs Are
      • 54% in health services
      • 18% in educational services
      • 10% in social assistance
      • 9% in membership and advocacy organizations
      • 3% research and legal services
      • 2% arts and recreation
      • Triad area leads in number of nonprofit employees
    • 10. Nonprofit Compensation Ranges
      • Executive Directors:
      • Average: $55,468 Range: $33,908-$87,735
      • Fundraisers
      • Average: $40, 517 Range: $25,112-$84,826
      • Program Managers
      • Average: $36,102 Range: $24,944-$52,249
      • Program Coordinators
      • Average $29,408 Range: $18, 762-$43,449
    • 11. Sources
      • Guilford Nonprofit Consortium website
      • NC Center for Nonprofits Website
      • Payscale.com
      • Guidestar.com
    • 12. Discussion Questions
      • Do we like the size of these numbers. Do we need more or less nonprofits?
      • Do we need more money?
      • Do we need more personal education?
      • Do we need more respect?
      • And to all these questions, how will we change these ideas and/or maintain them if need be?