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Civic Health Index
The National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) is the nation's leading advocate for civic participation and the only organization chartered by Congress to play that role. The NCoC created America's Civic Health Index to assess how the American people were performing on a wide array of indicators of civic health. Annual reports available from 2006 to present.
National Center for Charitable Statistics
A national clearinghouse of data on the nonprofit sector in the United States sponsored by the Urban Institute. Offers a wide array of data on U.S. public charities, private foundations, business leagues, trade unions and others. Includes detailed state profiles.
Foundation Data, Foundation Center
The Foundation Center reports giving by corporate, independent, community and operating foundations in the state.
Foundation Data provides the most comprehensive information available on the size, scope, and giving priorities of the U.S. foundation community. It enables you to create custom data tables and charts on this important sector of philanthropy and download these to your reports and presentations.
Volunteering and Civic Life in America
Interactive web site that presents and analyzes the latest volunteering and civic engagement data available in a clear and customizable way.
Volunteering in the United States, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Bureau of Labor Statistics offers data and information on the demographics and characteristics of volunteering in the U.S. Data available from 2002 to the present.