By investigating the topics that are relevant to organisations in the sector, we aim to inform while stimulate debate and discussion.
The Irish Giving Index from 2into3, monitors the Irish nonprofit landscape and reports fundraising based insights. This subscription service enables organisations to benchmark their fundraising performance against similar sized organisations and others in their subsector of the nonprofit sector.
Monthly and Quarterly reports detailing trends across a number of fundraising metrics, give organisations facts to help make informed decision-making. Fundraising teams can then develop more effective fundraising plans, when the drivers of fundraising trends are identified.
Nonprofit Talent Trends from 2into3, reports quarterly trends on the recruitment activity in the Irish Nonprofit sector. Insights are broken down by subsector and type of role. Size of organisation hiring staff is also tracked.
Sports Capital Allocations
2into3 Grant Advisory Service provide support to clubs, NGBS and LSPs in the development of Sports Capital and Equipment projects. We helped 14 sporting organisations receive over €2 million across Ireland with a 97% success rate.
In total, €144 million was allocated in February to almost 1,900 applications with €6 million kept in reserve for the appeals process. This represents the largest investment in local sport through the programme and far surpasses the previous allocations in 2019 of approximately €55 million for regional and local capital projects.
Our Head of Grants Advisory Practice, Patricia Keenan and Assistant Analyst, David Kerley, have summarised the recent Sports Capital Programme Allocations by county, province and sport. Full details here.
Social impact refers to the effects on society resulting from actions, policies, or projects led by individuals, government bodies or organisations. Oftentimes, this collective effort can go unnoticed.
In our podcast, 2into3’s Marketing Manager chats to guests who have created a positive social impact and provide a platform to discuss their work, aspirations and personal stories. View episodes and learn more here.
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For more information, contact Dennis O’Connor on (01) 574 0033.