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Causes Count 2019: The Economic Power of California's Nonprofits

We could not be more excited to publish this new report on California's large and economically powerful nonprofit sector, which continues to be an important driver for both jobs and community well-being. Like the ground-breaking Causes Count report in 2014, this New Findings report summarizes the noteworthy size, variety, diversity, and overall magnitude of California's nonprofit sector. But it goes further to provide insight on the government-nonprofit partnership, explores the impact of Donor Advised Funds on the nonprofit landscape, and discusses the widening disparities within the nonprofit sector.

Join us on January 14 for a webinar discussion with CalNonprofits CEO Jan Masaoka, where we will dive into the data and answer your questions! Learn more and RSVP here.

 


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1Request a speaker to present the findings and discuss their implications in your area 

2Pre-order a hard copy and share with your colleagues 

3Write to your legislator about the role nonprofits should play in their policy decisions

4Tell us how you think nonprofits should use this information to advance our causes

5Purchase a data set and learn more about your region

Technical Appendix: Dig into the sources and methodology we used to research and write Causes Count - New Findings.
 
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