Tag Archives: digital fundraising

Start it, nurture it, let it go, watch it grow.

If there was one trending topic at the Institute of Fundraising’s National Convention last week it was charity:water, their great “thank you” video and their command of all things digital. We ran a session at the agency during Social Media … Continue reading

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Social giving is starting to come into its own.

Interesting infographic, this one, on the impact of social media on charity donations.  This data is purely gathered from JustGiving’s own assets. It would be great to broaden it out to other donation platforms, and compare the user demographics too.  … Continue reading

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Swearing. It’s big and it’s clever.

And it can raise money for UNICEF.   Just cuss like a trooper on Twitter, add #fuckfamine and those darn clever folk over at SwearJar (brought to you by the 50/50 Good Project) will track you over a week, charging … Continue reading

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Online donations in numbers

You’ll all know by now what fondness I have for infographics, particularly of the motion variety. And here is an interesting one about the potential of digital fundraising from Reason Digital. Some stats are pretty familiar, some less so. It … Continue reading

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