Today’s donors are more sophisticated and diverse than ever, and fundraising experts warn that traditional appeals and approaches don’t always resonate with Americans of all ages, races, and ethnicities. But despite the country’s demographic shift, a 2015 Blackbaud report found that at most nonprofits, the ratio of white donors to other donors is far higher than in the general population.
To help you reach new audiences and broaden your base of support in a changing America, we’ve assembled this comprehensive collection of Chronicle toolkits for engaging supporters of different generations and backgrounds. In September 2017, The Chronicle will host a conference to dive more deeply into this topic.
June 08, 2017
6 Things Charities Should Know About America’s Shifting Demographics
As of the 2010 census, the under-5-year-old population was already majority-minority, and other facts about the rapid changes taking place in the United States.
October 01, 2015
Appealing to Women Donors
Research shows that women, whether wealthy or not, outpace men when it comes to charitable giving. We’ve collected here some of our best information on female donors.