United Way's Third Annual Survey on the Impact of Budget Cuts to Non-Profits

The survey, conducted this fall, provides a snapshot of conditions for Pennsylvania’s most vulnerable individuals and the human service agencies that provide services to these people. Survey data is comprised from responses from over 800 nonprofit organizations that serve all of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties. Responding groups include, but are not limited to, food banks, domestic violence agencies, libraries, faith based organizations, children services and agencies that serve senior citizens and people with disabilities.

The data clearly demonstrates that nonprofits and social services organizations have sacrificed and shared in the pain from Pennsylvania’s recent budget woes.


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