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Published by Lucy Bernholz
Updated databases of online giving. From Hewlett Foundation
Updated databases of online giving. From Hewlett Foundation

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Published by: Lucy Bernholz on Oct 20, 2011
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Online Giving Platform Database
Last updated July 29, 2011 Anisha Singh and Jacob Harold William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
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IntroThis page explains the content of the Giving Platform. If the user sees this message, they are currentMaster databaseThis page is a list of all 100 online giving platforms, as well as detailed analysis and statistics for eachOtherThis tab includes three sub-lists.The first list was taken from the "Original" tab, but not added on to the "New" tab. This iThe second list was taken from the "Original" tab, but not added on to the "New" tab. ThThe third list was taken from the "Original" tab, but not added on to the "New" tab. For vNotes for UseFurther instructions and detail for the user.
IntroductionNotes for Use
3. Comments in the corner of cells offer additional explanations or categorical definitions. MoveIn this project, I updated the Online Giving Platform analysis conducted by David Koken. David conducted phon
for additional online giving platforms. My list included David’s original work, Social Actions wiki page (http://wi%20Action%20Sources) and individual work . I sorted through the “Social Actions” wiki page, and found many s
platforms, and analyzed their use, type, and offering. Additional information on the organizations not used canThe researcher (Anisha Singh) stresses the fact that the categorization of organizations as online giving platforof experience of the researcher.
Important Notes on Using the Database
1. This database was created using Microsoft Excel 2010 - it will behave optimally with a version of excel from a similar year. Some functionality will be lost with earlier versions.2. Look for + / - signs in the top left corner of worksheets - clicking these will hide/revealinformation and graphs.
This analysis was conducted by Anisha Singh, summer intern for the Philanthropy Department at the Wililam aThe work was done between May and July of 2011 and builds on work done by David Koken in 2009 and is supAnisha Singh can be reached at anishacsingh@gmail.com and Jacob Harold can be reached at jharold@hewlett.your cursor over a grid box with a small red triangle in the upper right corner to see comments. Tryit!4. Sorting is essential to finding the information you want. Click the small downward triangles atthe bottom of coloumn headings to show sorting options.
ly on that tab.one.a list of organizations which, from a Google Search, do not exist. This may because the list is outdated or reseis is a list of websites which are support organizations - companies which create products to support online giviarious reasons, these organizations were not considered online giving platforms. The reasons vary by organizatie interviews with 50 online giving databases. To update this project, I looked
ki.socialactions.com/w/page/17001282/Social%20Actions%20API%20-ites that were not appropriate for our analysis. I compiled a list of 100 online
be found in additional tabs of the spreadsheet.s was fairly subjective. Any bias was not intensional and only shows the level

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