Trend Reporters

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Nonprofit Economic Trend Reporters

This report is indebted to a panel of San Diego-based nonprofits that provide quarterly data on select indicators. Current trend reporters include:

2-1-1 San Diego

Advancing Students Forward

American Diabetes Association

American Lung Association

Arts for Learning

AVID Center

Boy Scouts of America

Burn Institute

California Ballet Company

Casa de Amparo

Casa Familiar

Catholic Charities

Christian Unified Schools of San Diego

Circulate San Diego

Community Interface Services

Community Resource Center

Consumer Advocates for RCFE Reform

Coronado Chamber of Commerce

Coronado Schools Foundation

Developmental Services Continuum, Inc.

Dreams for Change

Elder Help

Employment and Community Options

Episcopal Community Services

Feeding America San Diego

Francis Parker School

Goodwill Industries of San Diego County

Got Your Back San Diego

Grid Alternatives

Harmonium, Inc.

Heartbeat Music and Performing Arts Academy

Home of Guiding Hands Corporation

Home Start Inc.

HOPE Worldwide

Identity Theft Resource Center

I Love a Clean San Diego County, Inc.

Interfaith Community Services

International Bipolar Foundation

Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank

Jewish Family Service of San Diego

Jewish Federation of San Diego County

Junior Achievement San Diego

Kids for Peace

Kids Included Together

Kids Korps USA

La Maestra Family Clinic, Inc.

Legal Aid Society of San Diego

MAAC Project

Make-a-Wish Foundation San Diego

Mama’s Kitchen

MANA de San Diego

Meals-on-Wheels Greater San Diego, Inc.

Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry

Mingei International, Inc.

Nonprofit Management Solutions

North County Lifeline

NTC Foundation

Operation Hope-Vista, Inc.

Outdoor Outreach

Pacific Beach Presbyterian Preschool

Pacific Safety Center

Palomar Health Foundation

Parent Institute for Quality Education, Inc.

Partnerships with Industry

Plant with Purpose

Playwrights Project

Point Loma Nazarene University

Rancho Coastal Humane Society

Recreational Music Center

Regional Task Force on the Homeless

Resounding Joy, Inc.

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

San Diego Archeology Center

San Diego Blood Bank

San Diego Civic Youth Ballet

San Diego Council on Literacy

San Diego County Dental Society

San Diego Futures Foundation

San Diego Humane Society and SPCA

San Diego Imperial Counties Developmental Services, Inc.

San Diego Museum of Man

San Diego Natural History Museum

San Diego Opera Association

San Diego Social Venture Partners

San Diego Workforce Partnership

San Diego Youth Services

San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory

Social Advocates for Youth San Diego, Inc.

Solana Beach Schools Foundation

South Bay Community Services

Special Olympics of Southern California

St. Madeleine Sophie’s Training Center

SURFAID

Survivors of Torture

Sustainable Surplus Ex

The Arc of San Diego

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Oceanside

The Boys and Girls Clubs of San Dieguito

The Global Action Research Center

United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego

United States Marine Corp

United Way of San Diego County

US- Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership

USS Midway Museum

Vanir Foundation

Voices for Children

Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation

Walden Environment

WILDCOAST

Women’s Resource Center

Words Alive

Workshop for Warriors

YMCA of San Diego County

Young Audiences of San Diego

YWCA of San Diego County

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For a complete list of past trend reporter rosters, click on the links below:

Become a Trend Reporter!

CEOs and Executive Directors: to register your 501(c)3 as a nonprofit economic trend reporter, email crystaltrull@sandiego.edu or click here to download the registration form.

Quarterly survey questions include:

  • The degree of confidence you have in the general economic health of San Diego’s nonprofit sector
  • Trends you identify as emerging in San Diego’s nonprofit sector
  • A couple of demographic questions to identify your organization, preventing data duplication

Annual survey questions include:

  • The approximate number of employees staffing your organization over the last quarter
  • The approximate amount of money spent on employee wages over the last quarter
  • Changes in funding from various sources
  • Expected number of hires for new positions in the coming year
  • The degree of confidence you have in the general economic health of San Diego’s nonprofit sector
  • Trends you identify as emerging in San Diego’s nonprofit sector
  • A couple of demographic questions to identify your organization, preventing data duplication

Confidentiality: All survey data will be confidential. Results will be published as aggregate data such that the information provided cannot be linked back to your agency.

Benefits: As a trend reporter, you will have advance access to reports and your agency will be listed as a contributor on this website.  You will also receive 15% discount and preferred registration to USD’s annual Nonprofit Governance Symposium.

More information: Please call (619)260-4600 x2642 or email crystaltrull@sandiego.edu.