Updated August 9, 2023
The groundbreaking annual Fundraising Effectiveness Survey, a project of the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy, was created in November 2006 and collects fundraising data from nonprofit organizations beginning with data for 2004-2005. The Fundraising Effectiveness Survey enables participating groups to measure and compare their fundraising gain and loss ratios to those of similar organizations.
Participants can use this industry data, which the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy offers free, to make better-informed, growth-oriented budget decisions to boost donor revenue.
The library consists of annual and quarterly reports on the growth and trends of philanthropy in North America from 2009.
Questions? Please contact The Fundraising Effectiveness Project at email@example.com