What a year 2020 has been.
We’ve seen challenge, disruption and hardship. But We’ve also seen kindness, generosity and innovation. There’s nothing quite like a national crisis to bring communities together.
We thought we would round off the year by looking back at our 5 most popular fundraising blogs of 2020. So let’s get started!
#5. Covid-19: 1 in 10 UK Charities Facing Bankruptcy
It’s not a particularly uplifting start but there is no denying that 2020 has been a challenging year for charities. This blog looked at the damning prospect of 1 in 10 charities in the UK going bankrupt, at a time when people needed them most.
#4. Socially Distanced Fundraising Ideas – Using QR Codes To Boost Donations
Making the top 5 is the first of our Socially Distanced Fundraising blogs. This one looked specifically at how QR codes could help charities boost donations.
#3. How Can the Hospitality Sector Embrace Cashless Tips Technology?
It’s not just charitable organisations that were struck down by Covid – The hospitality sector has been also been hit hard, and continues to struggle. This blog looked at how digital donation technology could help pubs, restaurants and cafes continue to take tips during the crisis.
#2. How can Donater help your school PTA fundraise?
It didn’t quite reach the top spot, but was still a popular read. Schools hugely rely on face-to-face events to raise money. This blog shared ways in which Donater’s digital tools can help schools to continue to fundraise during the pandemic and beyond.
#1. Top 10 Socially Distanced Fundraising Ideas
It’s not really a surprise that a list of socially distanced fundraising ideas claimed the top spot – Our most clicked blog of the year! In a year where live events were cancelled, charitable organisations have had to find other innovative ways to raise funds.
So that’s it. A round up of 2020 in the form of our most clicked on blogs. We’ve seen a lot of hope and inspiration this year. The challenges posed by Covid have raised such an innovative response.
We’re excited and quietly hopeful for what 2021 will bring.
Happy New Year!