18 October 2022
Currently, there is no general panic in the charity sector as far as donations are concerned, but uncertainty is starting to weigh. Charity income is expected to come under pressure.
Here we share articles, inspiration and advice on how to cope with crises.
- Les intentions de dons pour fin 2022 en France (France Générosites)
- Het effect van inflatie en wat eraan te doen (Fondsenwerving.blog, 10 October 2022)
- Inflation and fundraising: "What if half the donors cancel?"
Inflatie en fondsenwerving: 'Wat als de helft van de schenkers opzegt?' (Strategies & Leaders, 19 October 2022) /
- The cost of giving - What UK charities need to know about inflation (Pro Bono Economics, september 2022) - Rising Inflation: what do charities need to know?
Have a look at the full report 'The cost of giving'
- Will people still keep giving when the money's gone? (John Rux-Burton (Shared Vision), 10 October 2022) How will the cost-of-living crisis affect giving? Its going to be tough...but with strategy and effort, there are good reasons to be optimistic.
- Inkomstendaling goede doelen nog relatief beperkt (Goede Doelen Nederland, 26 september 2022)
- New survey reveals limited but 'not surprising' drop in Dutch donations (EFA-NET.eu, 12 October 2022)
- Donor expectations prompt German nonprofits to under-invest internally (EFA-NET.eu, 30 August 2022)
- Doneren tijdens moeilijke tijden (Mindwize, augustus 2022)
- Latest research in Australia reveals how the cost of living crisis will impact Christmas giving (F&P, 17 October 2022)
- What happens to charitable giving in a recession?(Economics Observatory, July 2022)
- CAF figures showing continuing decline in donor numbers in UK(June 2022)
This page will be updated regularly.
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