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Get your copy today! The Millennial generation (those born between 1982 and 2000) has in many ways become the center of attention. And for good reason. In the U.S., according to U.S. census data from 2015, Millennials are now the largest generation, numbering over 83 million, compared to 75 million Baby Boomers. Research is showing […]
Over the past seven years, Dunham+Company has surveyed donors to understand their interest and involvement in giving online, and this is the first time they have isolated the “Silent” generation to see how they engage with online giving.
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.
Political giving in this presidential election year won’t dampen support for charities, according to the latest 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 U.S. nonprofits fail to maximize the use of social media to build relationships with their donors and other constituents, according to the Nonprofit Social Media Scorecard, a national study by Dunham+Company and Marketing Support Network.
Only 42 percent of U.S churches provide an opportunity for online giving by members of their congregations, according to a recent Dunham+Company/Campbell Rinker study.
Fifty-four percent oppose changing it as part of tax reform Most Americans oppose limiting, capping or eliminating the charitable tax deduction as part of any tax reform, according to a Dunham+Company study conducted by Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research. Fifty-four percent of Americans said they opposed changing the deduction while only 35 percent favored changes […]
Although a significant percentage of Americans said their personal financial situation has improved, a majority said they do not intend to increase their support of charitable organizations this year, according to the 2014 Dunham+Company/Wilson Perkins Allen State of Philanthropy Study.