Results from the 2014 TPP fundraising salary survey

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Results from our annual salary survey of charity fundraisers

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Results from the 2014 TPP fundraising salary survey

  1. 1. Fundraising Salary Survey 2014
  2. 2. How many fundraisers are there? • 30% of all charity employees have some responsibility for fundraising • However, probably only around 25,000 dedicated fundraisers
  3. 3. Salary Change • The average salary has dropped by 3% • Most respondents have seen no change 1% 27% 60% 8% 3% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Increased a lot Increased a little Stayed the same Decreased a little Decreased a lot
  4. 4. Seniority • Assistant / Coordinator £22,578 • Officer / Executive £26,137 • Senior Officer / Executive £32,929 • Manager / Lead £35,285 • Head of £45,560 • Director £61,347 +4% -4% +1% -2% +3% No change
  5. 5. Seniority • Increases in salary at top and bottom of career ladder = career congestion? • Where will the future fundraisers come from?
  6. 6. The Gender Gap
  7. 7. Area of Expertise • Legacy £43,375 • Major Donor £41,951 • Direct Marketing £40,039 • Individual Giving £38,794 • Corporate £38,598 • Community / Regional £34,671 • Trust / Foundation / Statutory £34,280 • Events £33,696 +2 -1 +4 -3 +2 No change +1 -5
  8. 8. Size of Organisation £40,594 £36,30712%
  9. 9. Location £30,756 £38,532 25%
  10. 10. Contract • Full time £38,616 89% • Part time £37,089 10% • Salaries have decreased equally, but proportion of part-time workers has increased -3% -3% +25% -3%

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