It’s a delicate balance for nonprofits. You want to bring in as much money as possible for your cause, but advertising, campaigning, and hiring takes money. How do you bring in funds without spending more than you need to? Try conducting a series of charity surveys and get valuable information from your donors, volunteers, partners, and recipients.
From website message testing to fundraising events, the information you receive is important for the success of your organization. Here are a few ways to use our charity survey templates to gain useful feedback.
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This quick, 3-question survey asks the participant about the organization types and frequency of donations over the last 12 months.
This feedback questionnaire can be used after a fundraising event, campaign, or membership renewal. The 10-question survey includes subjects such as cost, communication, and improvement suggestions.
Questions about volunteer recruitment, fundraising goals, and communication methods are presented in this 6-question survey.
Designed specifically for nonprofit volunteers, this 10-question survey asks about training, appreciation, and overall satisfaction about their volunteering experience.
This is a general, 7-question survey exploring the organization’s number of employees, funds raised, 501(c)(3) status, and more.