Fundraising manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Fundraising manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $164,250
New York $149,400
Virginia $146,400
New Jersey $137,140
Rhode Island $140,060
California $126,720
Colorado $128,330
Delaware $115,140
Massachusetts $114,310
Washington $119,590
North Carolina $112,290
Texas $110,150
Maryland $113,010
Connecticut $105,810
Michigan $108,970
Minnesota $104,690
Hawaii $108,420
New Hampshire $108,820
Georgia $105,500
Nevada $103,220
Iowa $103,350
Ohio $102,320
Kansas $100,070
New Mexico $98,870
Florida $95,830
Wisconsin $98,350
Alaska $91,420
Missouri $97,940
North Dakota $90,770
Utah $91,090
Vermont $89,430
Indiana $86,973
Tennessee $80,670
Oregon $86,330
Oklahoma $76,220
Kentucky $82,400
Mississippi $76,750
Illinois $82,099
Pennsylvania $81,951
Louisiana $77,340
Arizona $80,381
Alabama $79,440
Arkansas $79,589
Maine $81,150
Nebraska $79,660
South Carolina $76,830
Idaho $80,100
Montana $72,390
West Virginia $63,110
Puerto Rico $62,740

How do fundraising manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Fundraising managers earn 6% less than similar careers in New York. On average, they make less than bank branch managers but more than stock traders.

Career Median Salary
Bank branch manager salary $195K
Treasurer salary $195K
Marketing manager salary $172K
Advertising manager salary $158K
Human resources manager salary $150K
Fundraising manager salary $149K
Financial advisor salary $137K
Compensation and benefits manager salary $147K
Securities and commodities broker salary $140K
Stock trader salary $140K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)