Vermont’s mission-driven sector contributes to the well-being of its people and plays an important role in the economic and cultural life of the State. These reports include valuable information to raise the profile of the sector with the public and policy makers.
Produced in partnership with the Maine Association of Nonprofits and the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits, the 2018 Report provides Vermont’s nonprofit board and staff leaders with salary and benefits benchmarks on 41 full and part-time positions with which to analyze organizational offerings. The Vermont Edition analyzed data collected between April – June 2017 from Vermont nonprofit organizations of varying sizes, representing every sub-sector and twelve of the state’s fourteen counties. Those who completed the 2018 survey receive a free copy of the survey.
The data presented in this summary report of the economic impact of the sector was produced by Common Good Vermont with the support and assistance of the Vermont Community Foundation, the Center for Rural Studies at the University of Vermont, Public Assets Institute, and the A.D. Henderson Foundation.