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Nonprofit Awareness Month
 

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Celebrate Nonprofit Awareness Month in November by sharing information about your nonprofit and the nonprofit sector with your community.

Celebrate Nonprofit Awareness Month in November by sharing information about your nonprofit and the nonprofit sector with your community.

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    • Nonprofit Awareness Month November 2011
    • What is Nonprofit Awareness Month?
      • A statewide initiative to educate the public about how nonprofits enrich and enliven our communities.
    • What is our purpose?
      • Mobilize nonprofits across the state to raise public awareness about the nonprofit sector.
      • Educate nonprofit stakeholders about the valuable contributions that nonprofits make to enrich communities and the economy.
      • Encourage North Carolinians to support nonprofits through volunteerism and philanthropy.
    • Who participates?
      • Nonprofits across North Carolina and their staff, board members, and volunteers.
    • North Carolina’s Nonprofits…
      • Fulfill vital functions for North Carolina’s social fabric, public policy, culture, sense of community, and future.
    • North Carolina’s Nonprofits…
      • Contribute $33 billion to North Carolina’s economy.
      National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute
    • North Carolina’s Nonprofits…
      • Provide more than 400,000 jobs – 10% of all jobs in our state.
      National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute
    • North Carolina’s Nonprofits…
      • Are a large and diverse group.
    • North Carolina’s Nonprofits…
      • Seek a wide range of revenue sources to support their work including individual donors, foundations, corporations and small businesses, federal, state and local government contracts, and fess for services.
    • About the National Nonprofit Sector
      • Approximately 1.5 million nonprofits are registered with the IRS.
      • 1 million of those are 501(c)(3) nonprofits.
      National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute
    • About the National Nonprofit Sector
      • In the last decade, the number of nonprofits recognized by the IRS grew by 32%.
      • In comparison, the number of 501(c)(3) nonprofits grew by 59%.
      National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute
    • About the National Nonprofit Sector
      • Last decade, total assets of 501(c)(3) nonprofits increased by almost 142%, with fees for services and sales of goods accounting for 76% of their revenues.
    • About the National Nonprofit Sector
      • When compared to other sectors of the economy, the entire nonprofit sector accounts for 5.4% of gross domestic product (GDP) and 9% of wages and salaries paid in the U.S.
      National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute
    • About the National Nonprofit Sector
      • In 2010, 26% of Americans volunteered through a nonprofit organization.
      • In 2010, individuals, corporations, and foundations gave $290 billion in charitable contributions to nonprofits.
      National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute
    • [ Your County ] County Facts
      • Number of organizations -
      • Total expenditures -
      • Total assets -
      • Number employed -
    • For More Information
      • www.ncnonprofits.org/NAM.asp
      • Caroline McDowell
      • N.C. Center for Nonprofits
      • [email_address]
      • (919) 790-1555, ext. 113