Join us for a review of the Giving USA: Annual Report on Philanthropy and a discussion about how the Fundraising Effectiveness Project supports growth-oriented fundraising programs.
Giving USA: The Annual Report on Philanthropy is the seminal publication reporting on the sources and uses of charitable giving in the United States. For over 60 years, fundraisers, nonprofit leaders, donors and volunteers, scholars, and other individuals who work in or with the charitable sector have counted on Giving USA to provide the most comprehensive charitable giving data available.
The goal of the Fundraising Effectiveness Project (FEP) is to help nonprofit organizations increase giving at a faster pace. FEP pursues this goal by providing nonprofits with tools for tracking and evaluating their annual growth in giving. FEP conducts an annual survey, provides useful growth in giving performance measurement tools and publishes gain(loss) statistics in a yearly report through a partnership between AFP, The Urban Institute and participating donor software firms.
Report Presentation by Richard L. Tollefson, Jr., Founder & President, The Phoenix Philanthropy Group
Fundraising Effectiveness Project presentation by Erik Daubert, Associate Scholar at the Urban Institute