REPORT: Vital Signs Part 2: The Undeveloped Value of New Donors

April 11, 2018

What’s the value of a donor in the changing philanthropic landscape?

Vital Signs Part 1 showed that fewer households gave in 2016, but the donors who are still giving are giving more than before. So, it’s time to double down on your efforts and retain those donors! Vital Signs Part 2 expands on our findings to explore:

  • How the rise of civic engagement in 2017 affected findings from Vital Signs Part 1
  • What happens when households start giving to more organizations
  • How to acquire and retain donors effectively in the new giving landscape

This insight gives your organization an incredible opportunity to develop the value of new donors. Get started by downloading the report today!

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