11 pages tagged with Crisis:
- Campagne Vos Dons Agissent 2021 Découvrez une campagne passionante rassemblant des milliers de nouveaux donateurs.
- Giving Scotland: crisis campaign The Giving Scotland campaign was launched in the face of intense scrutiny of charities in Scotland but this courageous campaign changed everything.
- Greenpeace Canada: Coronavirus legacy campaign How Greenpeace Canada used the pandemic crisis to get closer to their donors and start a conversation about the future.
- Greenpeace: Face-to-face reinvented during the pandemic With the coronavirus pandemic in full force, Greenpeace reinvented their face-to-face fundraising and did so with the needs of the donor in mind. Click to read why Shabby Amini celebrated this campaign at IWITOT: the supporter experience edition.
- Mennonite Central Committee Canada: Tigray, Ethiopia crisis appeal Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Canada wanted to help refugees of the Tigray crisis in Ethiopia, but they’d only just finished an appeal for victims of the war in Ukraine. Would their kind donors be willing to give again so soon? Find out what happened next, here.
- Omicron variant, new restrictions and failings of leadership. What should fundraisers do now? Will the Omicron variant and government responses to it, have had a negative or positive impact on donor needs and attitudes to giving? This video tells all – and crucially Mark provides an update on the kind of results they’ve seen recently.
- Recasting the ‘middle man’ - the role of charities in the age of disintermediation (part one) In part one of a two-part series on the role of disintermediation in charitable giving, Meredith Niles takes an in-depth look at how the public responded philanthropically to the war in Ukraine. She draws on several research studies to look at donor motivations and help you answer the question, ‘should fundraisers be concerned that people might stop giving via charities altogether?’
- Recasting the ‘middle man’ - the role of charities in the age of disintermediation (part two) In part two of our series on the role of disintermediation in charitable giving, Meredith Niles discusses why disintermediated giving could be more attractive than traditional charitable giving (in some situations). She also shares some of the ways in which charities might respond to these changes in donor giving patterns.
- Should you enthusiastically promote legacy giving when people are dying? Is it a good time to be asking your donors to leave a legacy? Claire Axelrad explores this difficult question and comes to some thought-provoking conclusions.
- The mood as lockdown continues - week five of the coronavirus sentiment tracker As we approach six weeks of lockdown, agency About Loyalty looks at how is this affecting the hearts and minds of the public and how they view charitable giving. Richard Spencer gives you the the latest findings of their coronavirus sentiment tracker.
- Why do people give? The coronavirus special with Giles Pegram Mark Phillips of Bluefrog sits down with fundraising expert Giles Pegram to discuss the coronavirus crisis and how it affects charities in this edition of ‘Why do people give?’