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Online Donating and Who is Doing it?


5 February 2001 at 12:02 pm
Staff Reporter
Thanks to all those who took part in our first instant poll about ‘online donating’. The results are interesting and promise a very busy and hopefully productive online year for many Not for Profits.

Staff Reporter | 5 February 2001 at 12:02 pm


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Online Donating and Who is Doing it?
5 February 2001 at 12:02 pm

Thanks to all those who took part in our first instant poll about ‘online donating’. The results are interesting and promise a very busy and hopefully productive online year for many Not for Profits.

Our snap poll suggests that already 24 % of organisations across the country are now offering a facility for online donations and another 33% are planning to offer the facility in the next 6 months!

A further 18% are looking at setting up web based donations within 12 months.

As we have discussed in previous e-newsletters (vol 2.edition 10, vol 2. edition 12) there are many ways to attract donations on line. Please share you experiences of online donations with other Not for Profits by visiting our ‘Forum’.



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