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The objectives of the Australian Community Trends report were to form the basis for a longitudinal study which can be conducted annually and provide a detailed analysis of the effectiveness, engagement and awareness of the not-for-profit sector. Another objective was to help organisations understand the Australian community- the emerging trends, the giving landscape and the current and emerging supporter segment.
Some of the other key objectives are:
 Identification of National Giving Macro Segments
 Not-for-profit Awareness and Benchmarking Analysis
 Identification of Giving Blockers and
 Giving Sentiment Index
 Not-for-profit Staff and Leaders Snapshot.

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    1. METHODOLOGY: National representative survey, n = 1,512. Charity supporter survey, n = 6,625. Not-for-profit staf survey, n = 556. 4 focus groups (Syd & Mel), n = 34. Not-for-profit leadership consultation, n = 22. McCrindle Research © 2015