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January 21, 2014

Attention Nonprofits Leaders: Make the Voice of the Inland Empire Nonprofits Heard!

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Attention Nonprofits Leaders: Make the Voice of the Inland Empire Nonprofits Heard! CalNonprofits

Attention California Nonprofits Leaders:

Make sure the voice of Inland Empire nonprofit leaders is included in the first statewide study of the economic and social impact of California's nonprofit sector!

Please take 10 - 15 minutes to participate in this important research.

The survey will close on Jan 24th.

BONUS: Survey respondents will be entered into a drawing for an iPad Mini or one of 10 Starbucks gift cards!

Take the survey here: http://svy.mk/17qikag

This study will report on the characteristics of California's large and diverse nonprofit sector, highlighting the impacts nonprofits have on communities and their role as leaders of innovation. Your survey responses will be combined with information from the following data sources to inform the report's findings:

• IRS Form 990

• National Center for Charitable Statistics

• California Attorney General’s Office

• California’s Employment Development Department

• Proprietary California data on giving, volunteering, and public confidence

Note: please have the survey completed by the executive director/CEO or someone else with organization-wide perspective. And please pass this along to your friends and colleagues elsewhere so they can part of the research as well.

CalNonprofits and the research team thank you in advance for your participation!


Contact Dr. Laura Deitrick at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

More information here: http://www.calnonprofits.org/advocacy/nonprofit-impact-study

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