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Research & Insight

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Insight: Recruiting Teams for Events

everydayhero partners with third-party event organisers all over the United Kingdom. Recruiting Teams for Events
Participants in these events can create an online fundraising page for their favourite cause – yours! Raising money through inclusion in these events is easy. Maximising your fundraising just requires a little extra effort. We’ll teach you how to get started with everydayhero.

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Closing the Loop2015 Closing the Loop Research Report

While charitable giving has remained steady over the last few years, participation in fundraising events has grown across the board. Undoubtedly, the impact of social media has had a positive impact: the development and refinement of online platforms such as everydayhero mean that it is simple and easy for people to start fundraising, provides a safe and convenient mechanism for individuals to donate, and an efficient and reliable service for charities.

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2015 Successful Events Fundraising Report

Event fundraising continues to be an important income stream for charities, with increasing numbers of people taking part in a varied amount of events. But why do people take part and how important are such events in building long term supporter engagement?

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cgr20142014 Psychology of Online Giving Report

Online fundraising continues to grow year-on-year, both in terms of the number of people donating online and the amount they are donating.

The Psychology of Online Giving report is a brand new report from Blackbaud that surveyed more than 2,000 UK consumers. The report uncovers what motivates people to donate online, whether they take note of the cause when they sponsor friends and what follow-up they expect after the donation.

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cgr2014The Next Generation of Giving Report

Please use the registration link below to download the full study on the multichannel preferences and charitable habits of how four generations of UK donors give and the implications for not-for-profits trying to reach these distinct age segments.

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