Nonprofit Executive Outlook Survey
CNSM conducts and publishes an annual Nonprofit Executive Outlook Survey, which presents the views of executive directors of human services organizations in New York. We report on what more than 150 nonprofit service organization leaders think about overall conditions in New York City, how particular groups in need of assistance are faring, and how public policies and operating issues affect the performance of the nonprofit services sector.
The survey is developed in conjunction with the key social services umbrella organizations United Neighborhood Houses of New York, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Human Services Council of New York City, and UJA Federation of New York. The survey is sent to the executive directors of the federations’ member agencies, as well as those of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York and of the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens, Hispanic Federation, Black Agency Executives, Black Equity Alliance, and Asian American Federation of New York.
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Information on Nonprofits
- The National Center On
Nonprofit Enterprise (NCNE)
NCNE a 501(c)(3) headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, helps nonprofit organizations make wise economic decisions to efficiently and effectively pursue their social missions. NCNE's extensive network of academic researchers, business leaders, and nonprofit practitioners form the backbone of NCNE's comprehensive program of educational activities and services that address the critical economic and decision-making issues facing the nonprofit sector. For more information, see NCNE's website at: www.nationalcne.org
- Help 4
Aims to help strengthen the voluntary sector and works to build more effective Nonprofit organizations. www.help4nonprofits.com
- New York Lawyers for the Public
A not-for-profit law firm founded in 1976, finds unique ways to tackle the problems facing disadvantaged and underrepresented New Yorkers. NYLPI's 11 in-house attorneys work in three distinct project areas while hundreds of members of the private bar augment and expand NYLPI's efforts to confront unmet legal need. For more information, see NYLPI's website at: www.nylpi.org
- The Nonprofit
The Leading Business Publication for Nonprofit Management. For more information, see The Nonprofit Times' website at: www.nptimes.com
This site offers over 37,000 nonprofit and community organizations in 165 countries. See their website at: www.idealist.org
For those nonprofits interested in exploring how technology can enhance effectiveness of an organization, please see the following link: www.npower.org
- Support Center For Nonprofit
Training, Consulting, and Coaching to Build Effective Organizations. Log on to SCNM's website at: www.supportctr.org
- United Way of New York
Building a stronger New York City by mobilizing communities to create solutions that improve peoples lives. Visit their website at: www.unitedwaynyc.org
- National Center for Charitable Statistics Unified Chart of Accounts: National Center for Charitable Statistics - Unified Chart of Accounts
- Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of
NPCC is a voice and information source for New York nonprofits. Visit their website at: www.npccny.org