Fundraised income in the Irish not-for-profit sector increased by 3% in the third quarter for the nine months ending September 2016 compared to the same period in 2015, according to charity consultancy 2into3.
This finding, when excluding emergency appeal income, has emerged from the latest 2into3 Quarterly Fundraising Monitor which also found that, over the same period, there are significantly differing experiences of fundraising within the sector.
The survey found that social services experienced an increase in fundraised income while international development experienced a decrease, even when emergency appeal income is removed.
2into3’s Quarterly Fundraising Monitor is a tool in enabling organisations to compare fundraised income, methods and costs with other organisations, both within and across sub-sectors.
The monitor is a paid for service provided by 2into3 on a quarterly basis. 2into3 also carries out an annual fundraising survey which last year found that fundraising income had increased by 7% on the previous year.
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