Calling all past nonprofit organizations who have participated - and all new nonprofit organizations who meet the qualifying criteria - we need YOU!
The 2015 Compensation & Benefits Survey is designed for 501(c)(3) public charities with a minimum of one paid staff member in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Brevard, Volusia, Lake or Polk counties. All participating organizations will receive a free copy of the final report. Churches, schools, colleges, universities, hospitals and foundations that are not involved in direct program services (private, operating, community and supporting) are excluded from this study.
You may enter your data at your convenience, through Friday, May 1, 2015. Click the "Save and continue survey later" link to save the information you have already entered. The first time you do this, you will receive an email with a link to return to your response. You can use that same link to return to your response as often as you need to.
Responses to this survey will be kept strictly confidential and the data from this research will be reported only in the aggregate. The survey will be compiled and analyzed by our research-consultants, Nonprofit Compensation Associates, located in California. No one locally, including the staff of the Philanthropy Center, will see the survey responses.
For technical questions about completing and submitting this questionnaire, please contact Rita Haronian of Nonprofit Compensation Associates, our survey consultant, at 510-645-1005 or email@example.com.
Click to access the 2015 Central Florida Nonprofit Compensation & Benefits Survey
sponsored by SunTrust.
Thank you for taking the time to contribute to this resource for the Central Florida nonprofit community!
Information on the most recent survey:
The 2013 Nonprofit Compensation
and Benefits Report report is the most comprehensive look at
nonprofit salaries and benefits in the Central Florida nonprofit sector and
includes a diverse collection of organization and staff position information.
- 133 position classifications
- Provides information based on organization size
- Data from 161 organizations
- Nearly 10,000 position classifications
View sample position information
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number, along with the wide variety of participants, helps ensure accurate and reliable
information and allows us to draw conclusions about our sector. The information
in this report is vital for organizations to use on the IRS form 990, for the
recruitment and retention of staff, and for overall organizational benchmarking
Since this research was conducted last, the Central Florida
nonprofit sector has felt the effects of a struggling economy, natural
disasters, a devastated housing market and more. With this in mind, it is
imperative that nonprofit organizations have timely information to consider as
they make decisions that affect their staffing and the futures of their
For 2013, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations with at least
one paid employee, operating within the counties of Brevard, Lake, Orange,
Osceola, Polk, Seminole and Volusia were invited to participate with the
exception of churches, schools, colleges/universities, hospitals and
To ensure the confidentiality of all data, a minimum
number of responses were required for each statistic. Where appropriate,
compensation was reported utilizing the 25th percentile, median (50th
percentile), 75th percentile and average. Reporting was also done, where
appropriate, according to field of service, number of employees and number of
employees supervised. Insurance and retirement benefits are delineated as well
as other compensation and employment practices.
Attracting the best leadership and staff will help create
and maintain the most effective nonprofit organizations for the people of
Central Florida. To this end, we are confident you will find this valuable research
useful in your organization. Thank you for everything you do for the community!
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