This is the sequel to the original 5 Good Nonprofit Infographics article. The first five got such a great response that it deserves an update. Here are five more good nonprofit infographics worth looking at.
Blackbaud and Mashable teamed up on an infographic that explores the social side of fundraising. Peer to peer fundraising has becoming a powerful way for individuals to raise money and awareness for the causes that are important to them.
Craig Newmark, founder of craigslist and craigconnects.org, created this infographic to look at who was proactively and effectively utilizing social media in August and September of 2011. Lots of great trends and information about how the top nonprofits are leveraging social media.
Blackbaud took the widely discussed 2011 donorCentrics Internet and Multichannel Giving Benchmarking Report and turned it into an infographic. Learn more about online giving and multichannel fundraising trends with this graphic.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has an interactive infographic showing where progress in preventing and treating malaria is being made. The infographic shows the number of lives we can save with increased interventions, the methods used to fight malaria, and more.
Best Education Sites put together this in-depth look at how higher education institutions use their websites. They break down a lot of great information and some interesting trends.
If you’ve seen some other good nonprofit infographics, then leave a comment. Let’s help share information about what’s happening across the nonprofit sector.