If you'd like more information beyond what's included in <link>our guide to reading the 990</link>, visit the links below for more information about individual nonprofits, including a number of places to find individual organization's tax forms.
GuideStar: Gathers information about nonprofits and makes it available to the public, including the forms charities file with the Internal Revenue Service.
ProPublica: Has a searchable database of financial information from nonprofits’ IRS filings as well as other data, such as total revenue of nonprofits in each state.
IRS nonprofit forms and instructions: Links to all nonprofit forms and schedules.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Along with daily coverage of tax, finance, and other issues affecting the nonprofit world, The Chronicle produces several annual special reports packed with data on giving and revenue:
- Philanthropy 400: A report on the nonprofits that raise the most in private donations
- Philanthropy 50: A report on the donors who give the most to nonprofits, including information on their sources of wealth, top recipients, and more
- Corporate Survey: A report on corporate gifts to nonprofits, including a searchable database that shows cash and products, total donations, and other information
- Foundation Survey: A report on the wealthiest foundations, their assets, and their grant making
- Fundraiser Salary Survey: Top earners, trends, and more.
- Nonprofit Salary Survey: A report on executive pay at charities and foundations.