Giving Up 7%. Driven by Major Gifts and Trusts & Foundations

(14 Jul 2017)










Fundraised income in the not-for-profit sector has increased by 7% in Q1 2017 over Q1 2016 on a year-on-year basis with the most significant growth being seen from Major Gifts and Trusts & Foundations.

These findings emerged from the latest 2into3 Quarterly Fundraising Monitor which also found that there are significantly differing trends in fundraised income within the sector, and a particularly strong performance from health organisations.

2into3 always endeavours to provide the most beneficial analysis to participating organisations and the Quarterly Fundraising Monitor Report now covers 13 full quarters of self-reported fundraised income from participating organisations. The Report now additionally includes longitudinal analysis that further enables organisations to benchmark their performance vis-à-vis peers in the sector. Research on Corporate Sponsorship was also included for the first time in the Report, depicting the Private Investment scenario for Q1, 2017.

2into3 has recently established partnerships with Dochás, The Wheel and the Federation of Irish Sport which means that a discount rate applies for member organisations joining the Quarterly Fundraising Monitor.

If your experience differs to the market or you want to find out more on the fundraising mix, cost and trends across the not-for-profit sector, please contact Elena Stocchiero of 2into3 at or on 012343124.


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