The Impact of COVID-19 on Texas Nonprofit Organizations

December 2020

Texas Nonprofit Leaders’ COVID-19 Impact Report

 

The Texas Nonprofit Leaders’ COVID-19 Impact Report, released in December 2020, examines how the pandemic continues to affect organizations across the sector and highlights the inequities experienced by nonprofits and the communities they serve. The report is based on a statewide survey of nearly 670 Texas nonprofit leaders and contains updated recommendations for elected officials, philanthropy, and business officials.

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August 2020

The Impact of COVID-19 on Texas Nonprofit Organizations

 

Our initial report released in August 2020 highlights key themes from various surveys assessing the impact of COVID-19 on Texas nonprofits and offers opportunities for improvements to strengthen the nonprofit sector. The report includes data on the role of nonprofits in the state, a summary of survey findings, and specific ideas to take action for policymakers, funders, and the business sector.

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The research for Built for Texas provides an economic estimate of the vast contribution Texas nonprofits make to the lives of Texans and to the continuing prosperity of our state. The report’s economic analysis was conducted by The Perryman Group in collaboration with the Center for Nonprofits and Philanthropy at the Bush School at Texas A&M University. Funding and strategic direction was provided by The Meadows Foundation, OneStar Foundation, the RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service at the LBJ School at The University of Texas at Austin, and United Ways of Texas.

This report and related sector engagement work is made possible by a group of funding and research partners dedicated to the idea that strong nonprofits make strong communities:

Special thanks to Erica Ekwurzel, consultant and writer, and Karli Isiyel, designer.