This new report delves into one of the community investment trends that emerged during the pandemic: innovative partnerships. This research follows the Wake Up Call study, released in the Fall of 2020, and continues to answer the question of: how can corporate philanthropy do better, and do more?
According to a 2019 U.S. study, the monthly spam rate for nonprofit emails was 20.18%. When you translate that into donation opportunities, the study found that nonprofits lost out on as much as $92 million because of spam filters and low deliverability rates.
In 2020, the global movement for racial justice was the catalyst for Imagine Canada to take a look at our own internal and external practices and embark on an anti-racism organizational change process.