We hope you’ve seen the recent report by the Nonprofit Research Collaborative (NRC) about fundraising campaigns. It received extensive media coverage in the Chronicle of Philanthropy, NonProfit Times, and Philanthropy News Digest, to name a few. The study showed that campaigns are working for fundraising. If you haven’t yet reviewed the report, download a free copy here.
Not only are campaigns working, this research works too, when you and other fundraising experts share your insights. A new study by the Nonprofit Research Collaborative (NRC), of which CFRE International is a proud partner, began collecting data this week, and we invite CFRE certificants and charities in the U.S. and Canada to participate.
The survey should take less than 15 minutes for someone who is familiar with their organisation’s fundraising results for 2015. Most questions cover fundraising methods and results while some others seek insight into the metrics your charity uses.
Eligible participants who complete the survey by 5 February 2016 will have an option to enter a drawing for one of the incentives offered by the NRC partners. Incentives include one application fee for CFRE initial or re-certification (valued up to $875), one of five conference registration fees to AFP International’s annual conference, scheduled for 21-23 March in Boston, MA, and more.
Thank you in advance for participating in this ground-breaking research co-sponsored by CFRE International! Take the survey now. It closes on 5 February 2016.
You may view prior NRC survey reports at www.NPResearch.org. The revamped website has some nifty new infographics showing survey conclusions since the NRC began in 2010.