Nonprofit Impact Reports: Maine Nonprofits at Work
Just as we need to understand the impact of tourism, construction, or the fishing industry on our economy and society, we need to understand the significant role that nonprofits play in our state.
MANP conducts regular research on Maine’s nonprofit sector to help organizations, individuals and policymakers better understand the vital role of nonprofits in creating, sustaining and improving Maine’s quality of life.
Key Findings About Maine Nonprofits
- Contribute approximately $14 billion dollars per year to the economy through wages paid, retail and wholesale purchases, and professional services contracted.
- Pay $5.2 billion annually in wages, which translates to an estimated $304 million in personal income tax revenue for Maine.
- Employ 16% of Maine’s workforce: that’s 1 in 6 Maine workers and more than 100,000 jobs!
- Mobilize over 400,000 volunteers per year who donate approximately $1 million of time + talent to improve Maine communities.
Download the Report
Download the a snapshot of the latest data or complete this form to download a free copy of the full report.
Increase the Impact
Learn more about Maine’s nonprofit sector, and help us spread the word about why nonprofits matter.
- Share these reports with your board and your elected officials
- Post your nonprofit’s stories of impact on Facebook and Twitter using hashtag #NonprofitsWorkForME. Find graphics and templates in our Frames That Work toolkit!
- Host a presentation at your annual meeting or conference! Learn more about having MANP come speak in your area.
Together we can ensure nonprofits continue to work for Maine.
Our nonprofit impact reports include data on the size and scope of the sector as well as profiles of diverse Maine nonprofits providing excellent return on society’s investment.
- Adding Up Impact: Maine Nonprofits at Work (2019)
- Adding Up Impact: Maine Nonprofits at Work (2017)
- Adding Up Impact: Maine Nonprofits at Work (2015)
- Partners in Prosperity: The Nonprofit Sector Impact (2013)
- Note: These reports provide a snapshot rather than trend analysis. The methods for gathering and analyzing data have varied year-to-year based on timing and other factors.