The GuideStar Nonprofit Compensation Report remains the only large-scale nonprofit compensation analysis based entirely on IRS data.
159,114 observations from 112,609 FY 2016 Forms 990 and 990-EZ
Nonprofits from the entire 501(c) universe—most with incomes of $50,000 or greater
14 job categories
Executive summary showing trends at a glance
Analysis by: national, state, metropolitan statistical area, gender, NTEE for 501(c)(3)s and separate breakout for other subsections
Incumbent compensation analyses
Nonprofit compensation is typically scattered around 990s and different self-reported websites. Now, with the GuideStar Nonprofit Compensation Report, you can find all of the information you need in one convenient place.
Get The Details You Need
HR professionals, nonprofits, grantmakers, researchers, and more find value in the GuideStar Nonprofit Compensation report because it’s the most detailed one of its kind.
Find Nonprofit/Charity Employee Salaries
In this comprehensive report, you’ll find salary analysis on nonprofit/charity CEOs, CFOs, executive directors, and several other top leadership positions.
Nonprofit Salary Trends You can Trust
Our data science methodology clarifies the murky waters of salary and other compensation metrics from CEO and Executive Director salary trends per region. Take a look below at some of the many titles, locations, and categories that are in the report.
Nonprofits: Establish appropriate compensation and demonstrate to grantmakers, oversight agencies, and donors that the salaries and benefits you offer are justified
Human Resources: Benchmark compensation, understand how much nonprofit employees should be paid, and retain top talent
Professional Services: Help nonprofit clients establish appropriate compensation
Grantmakers: Benchmark compensation offered by applicants and grantees
Researchers: Define trends in nonprofit compensation