Calling all fundraisers: What is your favorite emerging digital fundraising tool? AMT Lab is conducting a national survey of arts organizations through April 6. Tell us about your work and in May read the report to see how you compare.
A graduate student research team at Carnegie Mellon University’s Master of Arts Management program is conducting research on Emerging Digital Fundraising Strategies for the Arts Management & Technology Laboratory (AMT-Lab). The objective is to understand how arts nonprofit organizations compare to other nonprofits in digital fundraising practice, purpose, results, and resources with respect to emerging digital tools.
The importance of this survey is that it will assess how arts organizations compare in regard to digital fundraising technology and discover what peer organizations are doing with digital fundraising technology tools to increase contributed income and donors. The results will clarify the potential of four sources:
- Text to Give
- Facebook as a Donation Platform
- Peer-to-Peer and
- Mobile Bidding for Live Auctions
Completing this survey is voluntary and none of the individual questions are required. All responses will remain completely confidential. The results will be analyzed and presented in an aggregate form and any information provided will in no way identify the individual or organization.
If an email is provided, each participant will receive a copy of the summarized survey results. The full research report will be publicly published on the Arts Management & Technology Laboratory’s website (www.amt-lab.org)
The survey takes an average of 10 minutes to complete. There is no compensation and participants must at least 18.
Click Here to Complete the Survey: http://amt-lab.org/survey/