November 19, 2015

Let’s Crunch Some Data: Participate in the 2016 Benchmarks Survey!

Let me paint a picture: You’re ready to boost your online fundraising efforts or plan a strategy for online advocacy. You’ve got some experience but would love data on how your peers are doing on these fronts. You even have some numbers of your own to share to help them as well. Gosh…if only there was an opportunity to crunch some data!

Well, your opportunity is here in the form of the M+R and NTEN 2016 Benchmarks Survey.

Now in it’s tenth year, the report collects and analyzes data from nonprofits (last year 84 organizations participated!) to establish benchmarks and trends that nonprofits can use when crafting their digital strategies.

Curious about how the data is used and presented? Take a look at the 2015 survey. Still not convinced you should participate? Peep the 2014 trailer video for additional insights and an afternoon chuckle.

By adding your data (which is kept completely confidential), you’ll help make Benchmarks the most complete and comprehensive compendium of online nonprofit metrics possible—and you’ll find out everything you need to know about the numbers that matter most.

Help determine the industry standard for online fundraising and advocacy. Sign up to participate here: by December 31st. 

Questions? Concerns? Data jokes? Please don’t hesitate to reach out to our friends at M+R. (Actually—just send us the data jokes.)
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Allison Jones
Allison Jones is NTEN's Marketing & Publications Director. Allison is a Brooklyn girl, currently living in Jersey, who’s passionate about making the world a better place. Before joining NTEN, she worked at where she launched and managed Idealist Careers, a publication for purpose-driven professionals. She’s also written extensively about social impact careers for publications like Fast Company, Business Insider, Huffington Post, and more. She’s thrilled to bring her love of marketing to NTEN to help nonprofits use technology to fulfill their missions.