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Giving Trends Annual Survey Call


2 November 2015 at 4:39 pm
Staff Reporter
What do fundraising and Fitbit’s have in common? Have your say in the annual Giving Trends Survey and you could win a Fitbit fitness tracker.

Staff Reporter | 2 November 2015 at 4:39 pm


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Giving Trends Annual Survey Call
2 November 2015 at 4:39 pm

What do fundraising and Fitbit’s have in common? Have your say in the annual Giving Trends Survey and you could win a Fitbit fitness tracker.

Giving Trends, led by Australasia's leading marketing, fundraising development and resource management agency, O’Keefe and Partners is a growing community encouraging research, knowledge-sharing and best practice in the third sector.

The annual Giving Trends survey gleans a wealth of knowledge from the Australian Not for Profit, education and health organisations – and we’re seeking your contribution.

The leaders in the philanthropic industry are well aware of the challenges and opportunities of our industry and the important role that research plays.

The annual Giving Trends research project gathers the insights of industry professionals and develops reports as a free resource for those working in the sector, arming organisations and individuals with the knowledge they need to meet and exceed their fundraising, governance and program goals.

Each year the survey undertakes a special investigation. This year we have put women in philanthropy and volunteer engagement under the spotlight.

The survey only takes 5-7 minutes. Click here to take the survey – http://bit.ly/1OAKZ2n

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As a reward for your time, you will go in the draw to win a Fitbit Flex, and will have priority access to the results of this national survey. Thank you for contributing to the advancement of philanthropy in Australia. We look forward to sharing the findings of Giving Trends 2015 with you in the near future.

Giving Trends has proudly been promoting philanthropy and providing the community and corporate sector with profitable insights since 1989. Today, we continue this tradition by coordinating online surveys, hosting forums and workshops and interviewing individuals – all with the aim to help you advance your efforts.

For more information contact: Julie Johnson, Managing Director, O’Keefe and Partners on

1300 721 799, juliejohnson@okp.com.au. Website: www.okp.com.au

 




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