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Aging and the Not-for-Profit Sector: Ready or Not?
Slide 2: Ontario's Population Aged 65+ as a Share of Total Population, 1978 to 2058
Slide 3: Ontario's Age Pyramid (2006)
Slide 4: EMERGING PRESSURES
ACCESS TO SERVICES
GROUPS AT RISK
HUMAN RESOURCES & VOLUNTEERISM
Slide 5: 8% of Not-for-Profit Organizations report serving seniors & older adults
July 1, 2011: 14.2% of the population
Slide 6: Who's Serving Seniors?
- Small orgs (half had revenues under $99,000 in 2003)
- Volunteer-based orgs (37% did not have paid staff; most of those that did, had 1 to 4 staff)
- 65% of community support volunteers are 60 and over
Slide 7: What About $$$ ?
- Earned income represents a significant revenue stream for all senior-serving NFPs
- Receive less gifts & donations
- 7% of social enterprises provide "elder care"
Slide 8: Funders are NOT ready
Funders are NOT ready
Slide 9: Funders and NFPs are NOT on the same page about:
- The sector's readiness
- What it will take
Slide 10: Impact on HR & Volunteerism
- NFP sector's staffing problems exacerbated by growing demand for services
- Retirement of large number of NFP staff
Slide 11: Impact on HR & Volunteerism
- Second careers & retirement as an opportunity to start new careers
- Growing pool of skilled volunteers wanting to contribute to society
Slide 12: Thank you