This special report spotlights the 112 Arts and Culture responses from CCS’s fourth-edition Philanthropic Climate Survey.

Our survey results provide a snapshot of how responding organizations are persevering amid challenges, evolving their fundraising tactics, and planning for 2021 and beyond.

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KEY FINDINGS

  • 65% of respondents said that their organization took steps to become a more diverse, equitable, and/or inclusive workplace in response to society’s renewed focus on racial equity and social justice
  • 45% of respondents indicated that they believe their fundraising results from annual appeals will increase in the 2021 calendar year
  • 76% of respondents who conducted virtual major gift solicitations amid the pandemic said they were either as successful or more successful than typical in-person solicitations

To explore data from 1,000+ respondents across nonprofit sectors, check out our main fourth-edition report.

If you have any questions about this survey or about CCS in general, please contact marketing@ccsfundraising.com.

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