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  • Limitations: only on NFG platform, doesn’t differentiate what nonprofits are doing to affect donor behavior beyond the giving transaction
  • This data is interesting, but not necessarily actionable.
  • This is a joke – too many graphs are boring, so a threw in a couple from GraphJam for comic relief.
  • Another humor break.
  • Limitations: only on NFG platform, doesn’t differentiate what nonprofits are doing to affect donor behavior beyond the giving transaction

What Donors Really Do Online: Nine Years of Fundraising Data from 1.8 Million Donors Uncovered and Interpreted (11NTCDonorweb) What Donors Really Do Online: Nine Years of Fundraising Data from 1.8 Million Donors Uncovered and Interpreted (11NTCDonorweb) Presentation Transcript

  • What Donors Really Do Online: Nine Years of Data from 1.9 Million Donors # 11NTCDonorweb Katya Andresen
  • by Network for Good and TrueSense Marketing The Online Giving Study A Call to Reinvent Donor Relationships
  • About the Study Scope: $381M in giving | 3.6M gifts | 66,470 nonprofits | 1.88 M donors | 7 years Charity websites, social networks and giving portals powered by Network for Good www.OnlineGivingStudy.org
  • State of Online Giving
    • Growing
    • Spreading
    • Relationship-based
    www.OnlineGivingStudy.org
  • The most important thing I’ll say today
    • Raising funds online is not about technology. It’s about the relationship between the nonprofit and the donor.
    • The level of connection determines how much and how often giving happens.
    • Small upgrades to the donor experience make a big difference.
    • There’s no excuse for failing to improve the online giving experience!
  • Where Donors Gave Online in 2009 These are interesting…
  • When People Donate Online Maybe you’re giving right now…
  • The Online Giving Experience www.OnlineGivingStudy.org
  • The Influence of the Online Giving Experience
    • How Donors Give
    • Donors who gave through charity websites started highest and grew most.
    • Charity Websites : branded and generic
    • Giving Portals: NetworkforGood.org, GuideStar.org, CharityNavigator.org
    • Social Giving: (includes Causes on Facebook, Change.org, YourCause.com)
  • Personality Matters! Strong Relationship, Highest Value Donors started higher and gave 38% more over time on branded vs. generic pages A Little Personality Goes a Long Way Repeat giving by donors acquired through generic giving pages is 66.7% lower than for charity-branded pages.
  • Donors and Jorts Prevalence www.OnlineGivingStudy.org Source: blog.stanfordreview.org
  • Recurring Giving
    • Encourage Recurring Gifts
    • Because recurring giving is one of the key drivers of donor value, nonprofits should encourage this behavior:
    • Always offer a recurring gift option on your giving page.
    • Monthly giving is the most popular choice, so make that one the easiest for donors to do.
    • Present a compelling reason to give monthly, whether it’s a greater impact or convenience.
    TIPS
  • Giving portals & Social Networks: Looser Ties
    • Cultivate Donors from Portals and Social Network Sites
    • Thank donors promptly and thoroughly. Assume they don’t know much about your organization.
    • Keep your organization’s profile up to date (contact info, mission, etc.).
    • Improve and de-clutter your home page.
    TIPS
    • Portal donors give smaller average gifts – 25.1% lower than website donors
    • The donor may not know the charity well – and charities my not follow up well
    • But these donors matter
  • Donor Attitudes toward U2 www.OnlineGivingStudy.org
  • The Spiky Nature of Online Giving www.OnlineGivingStudy.org
  • December and Disasters Dominate December is the strongest giving month for most organizations—it’s even more so online. Further, it’s the last days, and even last hours, that make the difference.
  • December Donors Are Worth More
    • Maximize December Donations
    • Start early. Get your website and email house in order. During the last few days of the year, change your website to make donation collecting the focus of the homepage. Make your best offer to the donor (it’s not about you).
    • Prime the pump. Start building your email list and relationships with your supporters in the fall.
    • During the last week of the year, send several emails. Pull out the stops on social networking sites. Create a countdown campaign and remind supporters they can give until midnight local time on the 31st.
    • Email early on the 31 st . Mail in the morning so you’ll be near the top of inboxes.
    TIPS
    • 22% of giving is in the last two days of the year.
    • Donors who give for the first time in December give 52% more over time than those who start in the other 11 months.
  • The Impulse Effect of Disaster Giving
  • Portal Giving Performs During Disasters
  • So that’s nice data. Now what? www.OnlineGivingStudy.org
  • The obvious: Ask for recurring gifts, and ask for donations the last week of December.
  • Less obvious: Giving (even online) is emotional. Create an emotional experience.
  • PuppiesBehindBars.com
  • Giving is personal. Be relevant.
  • Champions vs. Friends
  • Giving is above all about happiness and hope. SaveTheChildren.org
  • “ Most fundraisers probably don’t think of themselves in the business of selling happiness to donors, but that is ... their job.” M.A. Strahilevitz
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