How to Measure GivingTuesday Impact

| November 14, 2018

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How will you know if your Giving Tuesday campaign is a success? With DonorPerfect’s reports you can analyze the impact of your Giving Tuesday fundraising efforts and plan for next year. DonorPerfect has a TON of different reports to track just about any metric you want. It’s one of the best features of the program. In this post, we’ll highlight key metrics found in the Statistical Tabulation report.

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SCN was founded in 1995 after a group of stakeholders associated with the Sickle Cell Summer residential camps and other stakeholders in the Sickle Cell community met in response to feedback about the many challenges confronting Sickle Cell families surrounding health care, patient advocacy, and other related issues. The stakeholders agreed that a grassroots organization would both provide direct services to the Sickle Cell community and elevate Sickle Cell place in the national agenda.

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