Produced by Fund the People and the Center for Urban and Racial Equity, this comprehensive report offers important findings on the challenges and opportunities of investing in intersectional racial equity in the U.S. nonprofit workforce.
With over 12 million paid workers, nonprofits employ the third largest U.S. workforce. This means 1 in 10 people work in the nonprofit sector. Despite its size and impact, nonprofits face a chronic deficit of investment in their staff.
To further complicate matters, the nonprofit workforce struggles to attract, retain, and support people from racially, ethnically, and otherwise diverse backgrounds to build a robust and durable talent pipeline. Our research gathered and analyzed data from over 1,400 survey responses, 3 focus groups, 20 interviews, and a literature review.
- Funded by
- American Express
- Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Barr Foundation
- Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund
- Ford Foundation
- Hewlett Foundation
- Kresge Foundation
- Newman's Own Foundation
- Robert Sterling Clark Foundation
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation
- Issue areas
- Nonprofits and Philanthropy
- Document type
- North America / United States
- Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License