[New Quiz] Test & Refresh Your Knowledge of Trends in Charitable Giving | npENGAGE

[New Quiz] Test & Refresh Your Knowledge of Trends in Charitable Giving

By on Jun 20, 2017


Exam Room to Test Your Knowledge of Trends in Charitable Giving

We’re halfway through 2017 but that doesn’t mean we’re done learning from 2016 just yet!

The Blackbaud Institute for Philanthropic released the fifth-annual Charitable Giving Report at the beginning of the year. This report leverages The Blackbaud Index to provide one of the most credible resources on fundraising performance in the social good community.

If you’ve already read the Charitable Giving Report, you got some great insight into the big trends in charitable giving that hopefully helped guide your fundraising strategy for 2017.

But a few months later, do you remember everything that was in the report? Have you revisited it when you need to pivot or reevaluate your fundraising strategy? Is it all just a blur of numbers and percentages now?

Take a quick quiz to test and refresh your knowledge of trends in Charitable Giving

If you haven’t read the report yet, no worries! You can take your best guess at the answers and learn some interesting statistics along the way. Maybe you know more than you think!

Or if pop quizzes give you grade-school anxiety, feel free to study the report here.

Let us know how your 2017 giving program is doing, if there was a statistic that surprised you, or just share your grade!

2016 Charitable Giving Trends


Ali Martinez is an Associate at the Blackbaud Institute for Philanthropic Impact. With experience in social marketing, advertising, and project management, Ali loves combining strategy and creativity to create interesting and effective campaigns. She manages the promotion of Blackbaud’s thought leadership initiatives to establish the Blackbaud Institute brand, maximize exposure, and help provide a seamless experience for key sector experts. She discovered a passion for philanthropy through interning at the Thinkery Children’s Museum and volunteers her time as an animal foster for a local nonprofit. When she’s not writing to-do lists, you’ll find her at a Longhorn football game or hiking around Hill Country.

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