Harris interactive has a strong research heritage, partnering with both, charitable and not-for-profit organisations across a variety of challenges facing both global and domestic organisations. In partnership with many charitable organisations, we gather insights to direct strategy and support funding bids. This includes addressing supporter behaviour, particularly amongst lapsed donors.
Cementing our experience in charitable sector research, Harris Interactive, together with Third Sector Magazine, has run the Charity Brand Index in the UK for the past 5 years. Harris Interactive has developed the Index as a single measurement which ranks charities in a comprehensive way. Results are published every year and the Index is now used by the majority of charitable organisations in the UK as a measure of their strengths and success.
With the increase in social giving, and following discussions with UK Fundraising, Harris Interactive decided to conduct a survey amongst the British public to see if there was more tendency to give via social giving than direct asks from charities.... Read More
Harris Interactive surveyed the public to get their opinion on opt-in only fundraising communications and the suggested fundraising preference service. Read more on this market research.... Read More
With advances in payment technology, and communications continuing to be a hot topic for charities, we wanted to ask the general public their preferred donation methods and how often they like to hear from charities. ... Read More
There are a number of areas where charities can benefit from using an online research community to understand their donors better and stay ahead of what’s next.
Harris 24 is especially for when you need answers fast from the general population. 1000-2000 responses can be achieved in less than 24 hrs
It is hugely reassuring to know that you are working with a team that really understands and enjoys the subject matter. Their reports are easy to read and offer great insight, and their approach is faultless and adaptable.