Ever feel like those of us who work in nonprofits are small potatoes compared to business and government leaders? The truth is, we’re bigger and badder than you might think. 

This briefing will explore the economic and social importance of our workforce, and how we can help policymakers understand and support the critical role nonprofit workers play in communities.

First we’ll get a national overview from the Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Civil Society Studies - which has pioneered research on the economic impact of the nonprofit workforce through their Nonprofit Economic Data ("NED") project). 

Then we’ll dig into state and local perspectives from leaders of nonprofit associations in  New York City, California, and Michigan, three major hub of the nonprofit workforce.

Thursday, May 28
3-4pm ET (12-1pm PT)

The conversation will feature:

This event has been organized by Fund the People, the national campaign to maximize investment in the nonprofit workforce. Visit to join our mailing list, or follow us on twitter @fundthepeople. Event partners include Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Civil Society Studies and Young Nonprofit Professionals Network. Everyone in the nonprofit and philanthropic community is welcome to participate.

Registration is free and limited to 100 people. All “live” participants will be able to offer questions before and during the session and will receive a recording. Please limit registration to one person per organization if possible, to enable as many organizations to participate.


Related Resource from Fund the People:

SOS: Investing in the Nonprofit Workforce During the Pandemic
Presented on Apr 14, 2020

A briefing and conversation on investing in the nonprofit workforce during (and beyond) the COVID-19 pandemic. Featuring Tim Delaney (President and CEO, National Council of Nonprofits), Mary Morten (President, Morten Group, LLC), Kathleen Enright (President, Council on Foundations). Moderated by Rusty Stahl (Fund the People).

Click Here to Access the Recording

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