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  • Author(s) Independent Sector / Urban Institute
  • SubtitleThe Essential Facts and Figures for Managers, Researchers, and Volunteers
  • Edition1
  • Published19th February 2002
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780787957261

The Essential Facts and Figures for Managers, Researchers, and Volunteers

The New Nonprofit Almanac and Desk Reference is a completely
revised version of the INDEPENDENT SECTOR'S landmark publication.
This accessible, user-friendly new edition of The Almanac produced
jointly by INDEPENDENT SECTOR and the National Center for
Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute, provides key data,
high-quality information, and insightful trend analysis about the
nonprofit sector as a whole. This comprehensive volume defines the
size and scope of the independent sector and compares it with the
business and government sectors.



The Almanac includes vital information about the number of
organizations in the sector, the income originating from the
independent sector, and the value of volunteers. It also analyzes
statistical information about the number of people employed, their
share of total wages and salaries, and general employment trends in
the independent sector. This must-have reference includes an
overview of the total private contributions from individuals,
foundations, and corporations and offers analyses of current giving
trends and the effect of tax laws. It estimates the income derived
from three major sources-- private giving, government payments and
private payments-- and includes information on how the funding is
distributed.



The Almanac contains detailed financial information on reporting
organizations and public charities as processed and analyzed by the
National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute
from the newly created GuideStar/NCCS Nonprofit Database.This
latest edition-which is the sixth in the series-provides chapter
summaries with quick, fingertip facts and includes useful
references to other nonprofit websites and government data sources.

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  • Author(s) Independent Sector / Urban Institute
  • SubtitleThe Essential Facts and Figures for Managers, Researchers, and Volunteers
  • Edition1
  • Published19th February 2002
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780787957261

The Essential Facts and Figures for Managers, Researchers, and Volunteers

The New Nonprofit Almanac and Desk Reference is a completely
revised version of the INDEPENDENT SECTOR'S landmark publication.
This accessible, user-friendly new edition of The Almanac produced
jointly by INDEPENDENT SECTOR and the National Center for
Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute, provides key data,
high-quality information, and insightful trend analysis about the
nonprofit sector as a whole. This comprehensive volume defines the
size and scope of the independent sector and compares it with the
business and government sectors.



The Almanac includes vital information about the number of
organizations in the sector, the income originating from the
independent sector, and the value of volunteers. It also analyzes
statistical information about the number of people employed, their
share of total wages and salaries, and general employment trends in
the independent sector. This must-have reference includes an
overview of the total private contributions from individuals,
foundations, and corporations and offers analyses of current giving
trends and the effect of tax laws. It estimates the income derived
from three major sources-- private giving, government payments and
private payments-- and includes information on how the funding is
distributed.



The Almanac contains detailed financial information on reporting
organizations and public charities as processed and analyzed by the
National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute
from the newly created GuideStar/NCCS Nonprofit Database.This
latest edition-which is the sixth in the series-provides chapter
summaries with quick, fingertip facts and includes useful
references to other nonprofit websites and government data sources.
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