Fundraising data are typically collected at the organization level and seldom aggregated across different types and sizes of charitable organizations. This Nonprofit Research Collaborative Summer/Early Fall 2011 report is one step in the direction to collect data about current charitable organizational practices around fundraising. The survey asked about the directions of change in giving in the first half of 2011, fundraising methods used, where organizations are investing more in fundraising, and when (or if) organizations track fundraising costs, including direct expenses and staff time. A special section of the survey asked about campaigns—including special projects, capital, endowment, or comprehensive campaigns.
Title: The Nonprofit Research Collaborative Summer/Early Fall 2011
Publication date 2011-09-01
Publication Year 2011
Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University
, Foundation Center
, Nonprofit Research Collaborative
, Giving USA Foundation
, Association of Fundraising Professionals
, National Center for Charitable Statistics
, summer early fall
, research collaborative
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