What Fundraising Methods Worked Best in 2010? Survey Deadline Feb 24

You are invited to participate in the Winter 2011 Nonprofit Fundraising Survey, a landmark study focusing on changes in giving by fundraising method. The survey is open until February 24.

Why take the survey?
• Discover what fundraising methods worked best in 2010
• See how your organization compares to others in the sector
• Help develop valuable benchmarks for evaluating fundraising performance
• Learn about other nonprofits' fundraising plans for 2011

The survey will only take a few minutes to complete, and a summary of responses to date will be visible as soon as you hit "submit." The final report will be released by the Nonprofit Research Collaborative in about six weeks.

Click here to get started: http://nonprofitfundraisingsurvey.org/?s=cop
Data collected will be reported in the aggregate, with no reference to individual participating organizations.

The survey is a joint effort by six organizations - known collectively as the Nonprofit Research Collaborative - to provide useful information on charitable giving and fundraising performance in the nonprofit sector. To do so, the Collaborative presents a unified set of questions in a series of three surveys in a year. The partners to date are the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Blackbaud, the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, the Foundation Center, GuideStar, and the National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute.

Take the survey today!

Thank you,
The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University

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