Increase in Activity for Nonprofits in the Lowcountry

700 nonprofit organizations in Coastal Community Foundation’s service area were recently polled regarding their activity over the past year51 of the nonprofits responded to allow us to come up with the following statistics.
  • 78.4%of respondents said that they increased their organizational budgets in the past year.  9.8% said it decreased, and the same number said it stayed the same.
  •  80% of respondents had somewhere between 50-500 volunteers serving their mission in the past year. 
  • The average number of hours volunteers donated in the past year was 9,250 (Range: 120 hours- 90,000 hours).
 
 
 
 

 

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