Indiana Nonprofits Project: Scope & Community Dimensions

This multi-year, multi-phase collaborative project is designed to provide solid, baseline information about the Indiana nonprofit sector, its composition and structure, its contributions to Indiana, the challenges it is facing, and how these features vary across Indiana communities. We seek to help community leaders enhance their abilities to develop effective and collaborative solutions to community needs and to inform public policy decisions. We do so through a broad scope of research activities and dissemination efforts. 

A Joint Project of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University and Indiana University O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Directed by Dr. Kirsten Grønbjerg.

COVID-19's Impact on Indiana Nonprofits' Services, Finances, and Staff

Our COVID-19 survey report seeks to examine how the Pandemic has impacted Indiana nonprofits in terms of services, finances, and staff. We also examine how these patterns vary by size of the organization and primary field of activity.

Read our report: Indiana Nonprofits and COVID-19: Impact on Services, Finances, and Staffing

See the COVID-19 Press Release

Interactive Access to Survey Results

Check out our interactive data tool to explore results from our 2017 survey of Indiana nonprofits.

Indiana Nonprofit Survey Data Tool