The 2016 Australian Charitable Giving Study gives a snapshot of the giving trends in Australia to help charities gain insight and adapt their practices in changing times. In addition to understanding the general profile of givers, their motivations, barriers, and internal and external factors are also explored to obtain a holistic view of giving practices.
In August, Dunham+Company unveiled unprecedented new Australian fundraising research in partnership with McCrindle. We look forward to publishing this research on our website soon. In the meantime, please sign-up for our E-updates to ensure you’re notified when the report is released.
The use of a mobile device by donors to donate to a charity’s website has jumped by 80 percent since 2013, according to a donor survey commissioned by Dunham+Company and conducted by Campbell Rinker.
Donors 40-59 years old are now the most likely to give online, countering the conventional wisdom that younger donors are more likely to give online, according to the latest survey commissioned by Dunham+Company and conducted by Campbell Rinker.
Most not-for-profits fail to maximise the use of social media to build relationships with their donors and other constituents, according to the Nonprofit Social Media Scorecard, a study by Dunham+Company and Marketing Support Network.
INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY Online giving is an increasingly important channel for charitable giving. The question is whether charities in Australia are inhibiting or facilitating this movement to online giving. In this study, we scored 105 charity organisations (mirroring the makeup of the same US-based study of 151 charities including 100 that are in the […]
Donors 66 and older are now just as likely to make their contributions to charity online as younger donors, according to a U.S. Dunham+Company/Campbell Rinker study.
The percentage of donors 66 and older giving online has increased from 29 percent in 2010, the first year Dunham+Company/Campbell Rinker conducted this study, to 59 percent in 2014. Donors 65 and younger give online at a 60 percent rate – no statistical difference given the study’s margin of error.
The Blackbaud Index reports that overall charitable giving grew 2.3 percent for the three months ending October 2013, compared to the same period a year earlier.
In 2010, as charitable organizations were seeing a general increase in online donations, Dunham+Company commissioned a study* to try to understand what was driving this increase. Specifically, the study wanted to uncover…
Donors who are 60 years old and older continue to increase their participation in online giving, according to a Dunham+Company/Campbell Rinker national study of donors.