Local and regional LGBT non-profits have experienced mostly positive growth in revenue and community support over the past several years, according to data reviewed in qnotes’ fifth annual Community Assessment Survey.
The survey is designed to gauge community organizations’ financial health and measure their commitment to transparency. This year, qnotes reviewed 18 non-profit organizations based in the Carolinas and doing the bulk of their work in the region.
In addition to our usual annual reporting, the newspaper looked at six-year data for five organizations and delved into research on the giving patterns of major donors.
This year’s “InFocus: Community Non-Profits” coverage is below.
Growth for most local LGBT organizations, challenge for some
Local major donors favor both national and local groups
Time Out Youth: It’s all for the kids
LGBT center, other orgs navigate challenging year
Context and takeaway: Funding the local movement
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