Does it seem like everywhere you look, there’s a fundraising campaign in one stage of planning, execution, or completion? It’s not your imagination. A recent study by the Nonprofit Research […]
Archive for the ‘Surveys’ Category
Every year, Bank of America conducts a survey of the philanthropic habits of America’s wealthiest households (about 700 households of a net worth of $1 million or more and/or an annual household income of $200,000 were surveyed this year).
Today, Network for Good released a landmark study of $381 million in online giving, including 3.6 million gifts to 66,470 different nonprofits from 2003-2009. Some highlights of the study include: […]
When Giving USA reported last summer that overall giving had decreased in 2009, many wondered how long this trend would continue and how philanthropy will be affected during the long, […]
The results of the new Money for Good report will surprise you. The Money for Good initiative seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of the behaviors, attitudes, and motivations of […]
Uh oh. We’re nervous and it shows. At least, that’s what our friends at Indiana University’s Center on Philanthropy tell us. They report that the 2009 Summer Philanthropic Giving Index […]
Be sure not to miss two recently published studies: http://www.charitablegift.org/docs/Gender-Study-Executive-Summary.pdf http://www.givingforum.org/s_forum/bin.asp?CID=611&DID=25090&DOC=FILE.PDF The first, from the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, found that fully half of women donors surveyed reported that they […]