In 2020, the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research approached Donor Republic with a new concept – a free habit tracker guide – that they hoped would help convert one-time donors to regular givers.
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Before working with Donor Republic, the Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea campaign had begun to reach out from its roots in an attempt to expand into new markets. However, as the event moved away from its core proposition, it suffered an ongoing decline in revenue.
Cancer Council NSW asked Donor Republic for help to create a fresh strategy for their Gifts in Wills program - to develop a memorable and compelling proposition that would appeal to and engage their donors in a personal and meaningful way.
Blind Low Vision NZ asked Donor Republic to develop a creative acquisition campaign to cold lists with the goal of attracting new donors and creating an uplift in overall giving.
Hobart City Mission had always taken a quiet and humble approach to fundraising, which was ultimately limiting their ability to help more people in need throughout Southern Tasmania.
In 2017, the MS Readathon was ready to turn its final page, with the campaign experiencing a steep decline over the last 10 years.
The team at the MACA Cancer 200 were looking for new ways to increase participation, engagement, and revenue from one of Western Australia’s most beloved charity events.
After a number of years without change, Vision Australia’s Gifts in Wills program needed a boost to its prospects pipeline and Donor Republic were invited to find new and innovative ways to inspire and educate donors to leave a gift in their Will.
After many years of growth, the Vinnies CEO Sleep Out had faltered and settled into a multi-year decline.