International development is one of the fastest growing parts of the U.S. nonprofit sector. More than 1,000 new international aid organizations are launched every year, working all over the globe to deliver crucial services, advocate for social change, and build relationships that span national borders.
Many of these organizations want to build their capacity as aid actors. To help funders and leaders develop better strategies, this survey will gather first-of-its-kind data on aid organizations’ current operations, existing capacity, and key challenges.
This survey, implemented by Indiana University’s Center for Survey Research, builds on previous work by the Indiana Nonprofits Project and the Civic Life of Cities to learn more about this critical part of the nonprofit sector. Our results will ensure that leaders in the nonprofit and international development fields have better data to support grassroots aid organizations.
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