Compensation and Benefits Data for Nonprofits

Valuing Our Nonprofit Workforce: A Compensation Survey Report

Valuing Our Nonprofit Workforce is a regional survey of nonprofit compensation and benefits from organizations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island and Adjoining Communities.

2017 Compensation Report

Data collection for TSNE MissionWorks’s 2017 Valuing Our Nonprofit Workforce compensation and benefits survey is now closed. From November 2016 – February 2017, TSNE, in partnership with regional sponsors and supporters, reached out to nonprofits across Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Eastern New York State and adjoining communities to learn about their organizations’ compensation and benefits practices. We will report our findings in our third compensation and benefits report, to be released this June, along with an interactive database detailing salaries and benefits paid to employees in hundreds of positions in different types of nonprofits. Our previous reports have been a great success and accessed by more than 60,000 users. As with the previous reports, we will identify best practices and analyze new trends in pay and benefits in our sector. The reports are available to all for free.

Our 2017 compensation data will be released in June.

Valuing Our Nonprofit Workforce Survey

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See Our Previous Compensation Reports

2014 Compensation Report

Our staff is our greatest asset. As organizations develop fair compensation and benefits, it helps to compare your nonprofit to others in the region. Our 2014 report includes salary and benefits information from a range of nonprofits. Download our report and use our searchable database to assess how your compensation practices compare to others in the region.

Go to the 2014 report

Access our 2014 searchable compensation database

2010 Compensation Report

Our 2010 compensation report provides hard-to-find data for small to medium sized nonprofits.

Go to the 2010 report