Lift And Shift: The Effect Of Fundraising Interventions In Charity Space And Time

Scharf, Kimberley; Smith, Sarah & Wilhelm, Mark, (2017). Lift And Shift: The Effect Of Fundraising Interventions In Charity Space And Time. .

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Type of evidence: Causal-observational (IV etc)

Related tools: Charities collaborate/compete?

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Charity target: International disasters

Donor population: Donors with CAF charity accounts (presumably large donors), large donors

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- Data from Charities Aid Foundation, 130,000 individual charity accounts, 2009-2014; covers 6 major disasters

- Increase in giving after disaster appeal, no reduced giving to international relief later on

- 'Fail to reject zero substitution' of all other charity, with 'precisely estimated' effects

- Time-shifting: Giving to *all* charities, even unrelated ones, increase in the 5 weeks after disaster, but decrease in weeks 6-13


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