Surveys & Reports
Looking to get your message out? We have a comprehensive contact list of media outlets in Charlottesville and five surrounding counties, updated twice per year! Members receive free access to the guide each time we publish it; non-members are able to purchase the guide for only $25 an issue.
Our Fall 2012 Guide is now available! New features include: Media Tips and Tools, contact information for CNE media related members and highlighted CNE media and marketing library resources.
For members if you'd like to download the guide, simply log into your CNE website account and the guide will be available in a gray box on the right side of this page. Note-the Media Guide will always be at your fingertips in this location and we'll automatically update the link when we have a new edition.
For nonmembers, please contact Dana Hecht, Program and Outreach Manager, if you'd like to receive your copy of the Media Guide.
Salary and Benefits Survey
This 2012 survey compiles relevant data and information on staff compensation and brings it to your desktop, saving you time and providing you with a valuable resource to facilitate best practices in hiring and compensation. Results provide your organization valuable information specific to the local nonprofit sector including data on the following: salary, health, insurance, retirement plans, flex time & other benefits, and professional development. All data can be viewed as a sum total of all responses or filtered according to annual operating budget.
As a thank you participating organizations receive access to the survey at no cost. If you would like to purchase access to the results you can do so for $30. To request your copy email Valerie Washington, Director of Finance, and you will be provided access instructions after your payment has been received.
Nonprofit Excellence In Our Community: A Directory and Resource Guide
This guide is the result of a partnership between CNE and Albemarle Magazine to give CNE members a unique opportunity to tell their stories in the context of a compelling, collective story about the scope and impact of the local nonprofit sector.
The more citizens understand that nonprofits are an economic engine, as well as a social safety net, and that we are integral to the civic and cultural fabric of our community, the more success our sector will have in engaging the community, at all levels, to achieve our individual and collective goals.