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Participate in the 2017 Global NGO Technology Survey!

The report, by Nonprofit Tech for Good in partnership with, is a ground-breaking study that aims to discover how NGOs use the Internet to engage donors and new collaborators.

The 2017 Global NGO Technology Survey  is a global research published in Arabic, English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish that aims to better understand how non-profits use technology to raise funds and find new partners. Researched by Nonprofit Tech for Good and sponsored by the Public Interest Registry, the survey is a ground-breaking study that seeks to find out which methods are used for fundraising, what use they give email as a tool or what is their presence in social networks.  

In the 2017 edition, has signed a partnership agreement for conducting and disseminating the survey with some other European NGOs. The third edition of the report will be published on 29 January 2018. However, the research has already been done in previous years and, in particular, last year collected responses from 4,908 entities from 153 different countries. Among its conclusions, the report highlighted that 92% of entities worldwide had a website and 67% accepted online donations. 

For its part, has always had a dedication to research. Proof of this is the "Solidarity and I" survey conducted in 2011 that asked more than 2,500 Internet users in Spain about their preferences for donating online.

In 2018, will carry out the TURN ONline project to disseminate practices and tools of digital transformation and online activism with the cooperation of NGOs from Romania, Hungary, Spain, Bulgaria, Greece and Poland. Partner countries will also be able to assist in the development of this research and the results will be useful in preparing project meetings.

The survey is 100% anonymous and will not ask questions that reveal personal or identifiable information. To participate, you can click on the following link


Rubén Escobar
Translation by Miriam Hidalgo Prieto, Milagros Gonzalez
on 05/09/2017
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