This paper by Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy summarises research undertaken since March 2020 on the impact of Covid-19 on the Fundraising, Marketing and Audience Development strategies of Arts, Culture and Heritage organisations. It aims to bring together research into one place to support teams developing new strategies.
Resources tagged with fundraising research
The Status of UK Fundraising 2020 Benchmark Report was carried out by Blackbaud Europe together with the Institute of Fundraising. The data was collected in May and June 2020 via an online survey of 66 questions. A total of 1,990 respondents, up from 1,012 in 2019, completed the survey from a wide range of charity types and sizes.
Change Collective research commissioned by the IoF and carried out by Dr. Beth Breeze, Director of the Centre for Philanthropy at the University of Kent, and Dr.Elizabeth J. Dale, Assistant Professor in Nonprofit Leadership at Seattle University, USA, explores the experiences and challenges women face in achieving equal representation at senior levels in fundraising.
Research by Change Collective commissioned by IoF based on a survey of over 400 fundraising charities of different sizes, explores the make-up of fundraising teams, and the organisational practices that might be holding us back or succeeding in reducing the barriers for fundraisers.
The Spektrix Insights Report is a look into the consumer transaction data of up to 343 arts organisations which use the Spektrix Ticketing, Marketing, and Fundraising CRM system.
Recording of the May 30th, 2019 webinar on the key findings from SMU DataArts’ Fundraising Report, providing you with the data needed to make informed decisions about fundraising expectations, followed by a Q&A with the author, Dr. Zannie Voss.
The SMU DataArts’ Fundraising Report, examines the fundraising efforts of over 2,421 organizations across 11 different arts and cultural sectors throughout the USA. You’ll also see trends for a subset of over 1,888 organisations over the four-year period from 2014 to 2017.
In this extended blog arts writer Dany Louise poses some provocative questions for the arts and cultural sector about the future of arts funding in a post-Brexit landscape.
Morris Hargreaves McIntyre challenge the sliding scale of reward in this quick read article that looks at what donors really want from charities – do people who give more to a cause expect greater rewards from the charities they support?