Fundraising Practices in Singapore

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I am delighted to have collaborated with the National University of Singapore’s Centre for Social Development Asia (CSDA) to launch Singapore’s first exploratory studies on fundraising practices, with a focus on the Health, Social and Welfare sectors.

The studies include a quantitative research on the disclosure of fundraising practices covering 126 IPCs (Institutions of Public Character- charities which are able to issue tax deductible receipts to donors for qualifying donations) as well as a qualitative research gathered through five focus groups on fundraising manpower, fundraising methods, donor engagement, fundraising disclosure and compliance and the fundraising challenges faced by 34 IPCs.

The hope is to generate content that will provide a resource for the nonprofit sector in Singapore and improve its fundraising practices and opportunity.

The report can be downloaded here: Fundraising Practices in Singapore

Love to hear your comments and input on this topic.

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