The Charity Report has a talented and uniquely qualified pool of researchers, writers and editors that enables us to offer bespoke research about charities, NGOs, nonprofit organizations and government agencies that address very specific needs. We create monthly intelligence reports for subscribers, but also conduct bespoke research dealing with specific issues of interest to the charity sector. We offer three levels of bespoke research projects:
- Top-level research about charities involve highly individualized intelligence that could take up to a year to complete, and requires top investigative talent gathering information about sector activities that has never before been assessed.
- Mid-range research about charities involve sector sub-set intelligence—health, social services, environmental, international development, humanitarian aid, for example. For corporations, charitable foundations, media or specific ministries of government, it is useful to understand the nature of the work being done in these sub-sectors, the gaps, strengths, and potential areas for investment or de-implementation. This level of project would take three to six months to complete.
- Basic research about charities involve compilation and analysis derived from publicly available data, and analyzing the information in a way that will assist charities or other sector stakeholders in the development of public policy from a empirically based foundation. These projects will take less than three months to complete.
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― Abigail Adams
“Study without desire spoils the memory, and it retains nothing that it takes in.”
— Leonardo da Vinci
“The object of opening the mind, as of opening the mouth, is to close it again on something solid.”
— G. K. Chesterton
“The doer alone learneth.”
— Friedrich Nietzsche
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—Philip J. Runkel
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— W.B. Yeats
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― Dr. Seuss
“Change is the end result of all true learning.”
― Leo Buscaglia
“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.”
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― B.B. King