Using behavioural insights to encourage charitable donations among repeat donors : Impact and Innovation Unit case study / [Haris Khan and Elizabeth Hardy].: CP22-184/2019E-PDF

"Charitable behaviour is a point of pride for many Canadians and their donations to charitable organizations have helped advance numerous important causes at home and abroad. As part of the Giving Behaviours Project led by the Rideau Hall Foundation, the Impact and Innovation Unit (IIU) at the Government of Canada’s Privy Council Office partnered with Heart & Stroke to run two randomized controlled trials that apply findings from behavioural science to encourage charitable behaviour"--Executive summary, page 6.

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Department/Agency Canada. Privy Council Office.
Title Using behavioural insights to encourage charitable donations among repeat donors : Impact and Innovation Unit case study / [Haris Khan and Elizabeth Hardy].
Variant title Using behavioural insights to encourage charitable donations among repeat donors — Behavioural Insights Project
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: Recourir à l’introspection comportementale pour solliciter des dons de charité parmi les anciens donateurs.
Cover title.
The catalogue number (CP22-184/2019E) and ISBN (978-0-660-32032-8) for the print edition have been copied in this electronic publication
Publishing information [Ottawa] : Privy Council Office = Bureau du Conseil privé, 2019.
©2019
Author / Contributor Khan, Haris,author.
Description 1 online resource (32 pages) : charts, illustrations
ISBN 9780660320366
Catalogue number
  • CP22-184/2019E-PDF
Subject terms Benefactors -- Canada -- Psychology.
Charity.
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