Nonprofits Enjoy Prosperous Funding, Thanks to ‘Social Impact’ Investors

Figure 1: The nonprofit industry took the top spot by total investment amount. Source: ZoomInfo.

Nonprofits Benefit from Series A and B Funding

Figure 2: Series A and B funding makes up almost 36% of investments for nonprofit and charitable organizations. Numbers represent the period from January 2019 through May 2020. Source: ZoomInfo.

Where Do Nonprofits Get Funding? And Who Are TheirInvestors?

“Aligning the interests of investors with those of the nonprofit is critical.”

— TechSoup

Examples of Nonprofit Investment

Nonprofits Likely to Keep Top Investment Spot

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