The 2018 Survey of Nonprofit Wages & Benefits in Northern New England is now open!

We encourage all 501(c)(3),(4),(5), and (6) organizations to participate. You can help us get a larger, more accurate data set, which makes the final report even more valuable. If that's not reason enough, participating in the survey gets you…

  • a free PDF copy of the 2016 Report on Nonprofit Wages & Benefits,
  • a chance to win a round-trip Southwest Airlines® ticket,
  • a chance to win two tickets to the 2018 Nonprofit Leadership Summit (a $350 / $500 value), and…
  • a free or discounted copy of the 2018 Report on Nonprofit Wages & Benefits!

The 2018 Survey is now closed

One of your board's most important roles is to set executive compensation, and with nonprofits under increased scrutiny, having access to relevant and up-to-date wage data is a must. In addition, offering competitive compensation is important for both attracting and retaining key talent. This is the only wages and benefits report that focuses specifically on New Hampshire nonprofits. Through our partnership with the Maine Association of Nonprofits and Common Good Vermont, the report will also include regional data.


  Member Not-yet-member
Participated Free! $125
Did not participate $125 $250


This survey and the accompanying report is a collaboration between the Center, Common Good Vermont, the Maine Association of Nonprofits, and the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.

Common Good VermontMaine Association of NonprofitsNH Center for NonprofitsThe Survey Center, University of New Hampshire


Both the survey and report are made possible thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Unemployment Services Trust, Bangor PayrollNortheast Delta DentalE&S Insurance Services and New England Wealth Advisors

Lead Sponsor

Unemployment Services Trust


Bangor Payoll, a division of Bangor Savings BankNortheast Delta Dental


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