At the Irish Not-for-Profit Sector: Fundraising Performance Report 2017 Launch at the RDS. L-R: Amy Power, 2into3. John Farrelly, CEO, Charites Regulatory Authority. Deirdre Garvey, CEO, The Wheel. Jackie Harrison, Head of Development, The Community Foundation.
Key findings from the 2into3 report include:
Fundraised income increased by 6% in 2015, Rising for 6th consecutive yea
Irelands per-capita-giving is €176; compared to €386 in the U.K and €832 in the U.S
Faith based giving surged 74%
Average cost to raise €1 in 2015 was 29c
In a research report published this week by 2into3, it was revealed that €823 million was generated by fundraising by the non-profit sector in 2015. However, at €176 per capita, Ireland is lagging considerably behind U.K. levels of giving at €376 per capita. The figures are revealed in “The Not-for-Profit Sector: Fundraising Performance Report 2017” published by 2into3 and supported by the Community Foundation.
The report reveals the total fundraised income from philanthropic sources in 2015, the fundraising performance of the sector, the fundraising mix in 2014 and the cost of fundraising by method. State funding accounted for 47% of total income, an increase of 4% in 2015 from 2014.
The full report can be read and downloaded here.
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About The Community Foundation for Ireland
The Community Foundation for Ireland is a philanthropic organisation which seeks just and progressive social change. It provides a long-term source of independent funding for the community and voluntary sector, mostly in Ireland. The Foundation empowers people who want to make a difference through a model of philanthropy that is based on trust, effectiveness and impact by helping donors to cause sustainable change. The Foundation currently manages over 60 donor advised funds. The Foundation awards grants from its own funds in addition to the grants it administers on behalf of others. 2016 was a record-breaking year. The Foundation made grants of almost €6million and reached the milestone of €30million in cumulative grants since establishment in 2000. The Foundation has built an endowment fund of over €40 million.