Nonprofit Research Collaborative Winter 2016 Survey Now Open

Did you see the recent report by the Nonprofit Research Collaborative (NRC) about fundraising campaigns? It revealed current fundraising trends, reinforcing that campaigns are continuing to have greater fundraising success. Identifying such patterns is critical to understanding our industry and maximizing fundraising efforts. The research behind this report and others like it is essential, which is why we need you and other fundraising experts to share your insights through surveys.

A new study by the NRC is now open and your expertise is needed.

The survey should take less than 15 minutes for someone who is familiar with 2015 results in your organization. Most of the questions are about fundraising methods and results, though some of the questions seek insight into the metrics used. The survey will close on February 5.

Take Winter 2016 Survey Here  

These Surveys are a valuable tool for our industry, and we hope you will take the time to participate. Thank you in advance for your help in developing this ground-breaking research.

You will have the option to see early results when you submit your survey responses. The full report will be released in March. Remember, the deadline to participate in February 5.

You can also view the Special Report on Nonprofit Fundraising Campaigns here, for insights on campaigns and fundraising results in 2015.

giving_institute_logoJB+A is a proud member of The Giving Institute, which, since 1935, has championed thought leadership on philanthropy and fundraising in the nonprofit sector. Through the Giving USA Foundation, The Giving Institute produces the Giving USA Annual Report and partners with other groups such as the National Research Collaborative, to provide valuable research and data about charitable giving.

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