The study further indicated that despite cybersecurity threats, only 41% of respondents use encryption technology for communication and data protection.
6,057 donors completed the 2018 Global Trends in Giving Survey and based on their responses, the donor community worldwide is made up of primarily women (65%) who have a liberal ideology (53%), characterize themselves as religious (72%), and give between ($101-$1,000 USD) annually (43%). These donors are most likely to support the causes of children and youth (15%), health and wellness (11%), and animals and wildlife (11%).
Global: 54% of donors worldwide prefer to give online with a credit or debit card and 9% through PayPal. Donors are much less likely to give through mobile apps/wallets (4%) and through text message (1%). Increased access to online and mobile giving technology in Africa, Asia, and South America will likely grow these numbers significantly in coming years.
The latest 2018 Global NGO Technology Report indicates that Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have increased to employ different technological approaches in their operations. A Non-profit Tech for Good and non-profit operator of the .org domain, Public Interest Registry released the report.
Public Interest Registry surveyed 164 different countries from Europe, Africa, South America, Asia, Australia and North America. They received responses from 5,352 Ngo workers.
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