Article selected by Daniel McDiarmid, Principal Consultant
by Brady Josephson | Virtuous, 4 December 2015
My career in the nonprofit world has largely been driven by desire and emotion. Compelled to try and make a difference, help others and live out what I believe. But it’s been the ‘knowledge’ where I’ve had to force myself to grow. And one area where I’ve found a lot of value is in looking at scientific research on donor behavior – why do people give? Here are 3 of my favorite scientific studies on giving and what they mean for your cause.
Three thought-provoking fundraising experiments to get you thinking in 2016.
Principal Consultant at AskRIGHT
Daniel is a highly experienced and innovative fundraising professional with more than 30 years of success raising funds for higher education, research, religious and other organisations in Australia and New Zealand.
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