The press has been buzzing this week about the crisis of giving. With the launch of the Digital Donor Review, we’re hoping to answer some of the questions put to today’s generation, not just about how much they give – but simply how they give.
You may also have seen Polly talking recently about entrepreneurship in The Times – but if you didn’t, here are some more recent press mentions of Give as you Live, which you can find online:
“I’m pleased to read about companies empowering women in to the tech sphere. But, please, who came up with the idea to develop an algorithm to find out the solution to the problem of why women were dropping out of the interview process? There may be a clue in the methods.”
Read more: The Week in Tech – MSN Tech-spert
Lean, efficient fundraising
“The Digital Donor Review is designed to help charities gain a better understanding of their online fundraising audience.”
Read more: Digital Donor Review in UK Fundraising
“Hopefully this report will not only lend insights into how people give to charity, but will identify future trends, and highlight the significance of the internet as a channel for lean, efficient fundraising.”
Read more: Digital Donor Review in Funding Central
“To date, over £4.4m has been spent with Give as you Live retailers since we launched the product in 2010. To put that figure into the context of growth, over £3.44m of that amount has been spent in the last eight months… My vision is to provide charities with a new source of regular giving. ”
Read more: Polly Gowers’ profile in Real Business
We’ll keep you apprised on the blog of any other articles you may find interesting – please let us know if any catch your eye!