Sector Research & Reports
State of the Sector Reports
New Hampshire's Nonprofit Sector: IN BRIEF
In what could be called an update of the 2008 publication of Essentials, the Center has compiled updated statistical information to provide nonprofit leaders, board members, policy makers and business partners with an in-depth overview that they can utilize in ongoing policy-making discussions.
In Brief is required reading for anyone who wants to take their advocacy efforts to the next level or enhance their understanding of the state's complex nonprofit sector.
Whether you're an executive, board member, advocate or policy maker, the data in In Brief provides a solid foundation for your discussions on the sector. With so much change in the past year, In Brief ensures that everyone at the table is on the same page.
Download a copy today!
You can also download a 4-page condensed version.
We've compiled some talking points from the report as well as ideas on how the report can be used.
This report was produced with support from the Endowment for Health and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.
NH Nonprofit Sector Report
The NH Center for Nonprofits is pleased to present "Essential: A Portrait of the Nonprofit Sector in New Hampshire".
24 page publication documents the economic and social impact of the
Nonprofit Sector in New Hampshire and highlights the significant role
the sector plays in preserving and enhancing quality of life for NH
The Center would like to thank the more than100 nonprofit
organizations who provided examples and photographs that informed our
portrayal of our sector.
We would also like to thank our supporting partners: Bank of America Foundation and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.
Salary & Benefits Reports
NonProfit Times Salary Survey
NonProfit Times does an annual national survey of salaries in the nonprofit sector.
2008 Wage & Benefit Survey
In collaboration with the Executive Service Corps of NH (ESC) and the Maine Association of Nonprofits (MANP), the NH Center for Nonprofits offers the 2008 Wage & Benefit Survey. This report is a study of wages and benefits offered by an array of New Hampshire nonprofits of all sizes, regions, and missions. The data collected in this survey reflects the actual practices of participating organizations during the spring and summer of 2008. The Center initiated this study to support the work of nonprofit boards and managers who face the challenge of attracting and retaining qualified staff. The survey is available for sale. Order yours online.