New research finds that understanding a donor’s identity, and how it aligns with the causes they support, is vital to flourishing and sustainable giving.
New research reveals an emerging generation of donors willing to hand over power. We share the findings and insights.
In issue 91 we speak to Sally Shepherd, Executive Manager Membership and Marketing, Fundraising Institute Australia
Building deeper relationships – how the Australian Red Cross engaged mid-value donors to pledge their ongoing support
Get it right and mid-value donors can provide generous and loyal contributions. We find out how a compelling proposition achieved…
A world population of 8 billion: Brayden Howie on why philanthropists are key to our future global prosperity
If the global population is to thrive, philanthropy must close the gaps and support the elderly, says Brayden Howie.
There’s so much noise about philanthropy you’d be forgiven for believing it is a hot tech unicorn. Judy MacMahon goes…
“It was a mixed bag” – a detailed analysis of giving in the 2019/20 financial year and what it means for fundraising
A QUT report, using ATO tax return data, shows a picture of Australian giving that is both fragile and full…