18 February 2016
The Information Commissioner’s Office has already started an investigation into how the voluntary sector manages data and can impose fines of up to £500,000 for serious breaches of the Act.
In addition, the increasing risk of cyber attack and serious organised crime is as relevant and concerning to charities as it is to any business – the voluntary sector may be seen as a soft target because of a perceived lack of security.
Accepting responsibility for protecting your data is inescapable nowadays, but whose job is it to ensure its safety?
Third Sector Insight has teamed up with Protective Intelligence – security specialists with long-standing experience in helping organisations in both the public and private sectors keep their data safe. By completing this survey, which is in the strictest confidence, we want to find out what you know about how your charity’s data is protected.
The survey will take no more than 10 minutes of your time – and as a thank you, we will enter you into a prize draw for a pair of West End theatre tickets.
* In taking part in this survey you agree to our terms and conditions, to view these click here. Entries for the survey and prize draw close 31st March 2016.Sponsored by:
27 January 2015
Only 2% of charities believe they are maximising the potential of online fundraising¹.
In a survey of over 550 charities, Third Sector Insight in partnership with Virgin Money Giving, investigated the extent to which online fundraising is being embraced.
Moreover, discover how online fundraising is not just for ad hoc campaigns, but can become an integral part of other strategies, such as e-commerce, in memory or regular giving.
Download this paper now to benchmark your charity, plus gain insight from two successful online fundraising case studies, from Walking with the Wounded and Cardiac Risk in the Young.
¹ The Virgin Money Giving Third Sector Insight Digital Fundraising ReportSponsored by:
06 June 2014
Whether shopping, searching or streaming, today’s digitally savvy consumers have come to expect personalised and seamless online experiences on whatever device they choose to use.
As a charity, your supporters are no different. With digital channels, a constant and consistent dialogue with supporters is not only possible but crucial to retention and expansion. Digital and mobile in particular, has opened new and exciting doors for charities to connect with supporters and increase donations.
Some charities are making strides here; integrating online with offline to enhance and streamline their fundraising strategies. Others still have a way to go.
So where are you in your journey? Are you using all the communications channels available to interact and engage with your supporters? Are you effectively collecting and analysing data to improve your fundraising and marketing strategies?
At Third Sector, we’re researching current challenges and success stories in the sector. We’d be very grateful if you could take a few minutes to fill out our 12 question survey and as a thank you we will…
Send you a copy of the survey results to see where your peers stand in comparison
Send you a free copy of the expert report informed by the survey results offering insight on how to advance your fundraising and marketing
Enter you into a prize draw to win a free place at any upcoming Third Sector conference of your choice in the next 12 months
In taking part in this survey you agree to our terms and conditions, to view these click here. Entries close 30th September.
19 June 2012
The majority of traditional charity donors are over 60, but there numbers are plummeting, and young people are disenfranchised with the message put out by many charities. Obviously the current system is flawed.
A better understanding of your potential donors has a surprisingly positive effect on your fundraising. This expert report looks at techniques to achieve a better understanding, then provides insights into attracting ideal donors, retaining them, and increasing contributions.9 pagesSponsored by:
08 June 2012
This expert report asks 'What role should the private sector play in society?' Is it simply there to provide jobs, goods and services, and profit for shareholders? Historically not.
This paper is essential reading for anyone wanting to further understand the wider role commercial organisations have played in the past and continue to play, reffered to as corporate citizenship.20 pagesSponsored by:
10 May 2012
How is your charity finding, engaging and converting corporate donors? What are you looking for, and what can you offer them?