Today one of my team called Emily King came up with a questionnaire designed to find out more information from the public on their views and knowledge on charities. This was designed so we can make pie charts on our website and develop new ideas from the information received.
The questions are as follows –
What is your gender?
How old are you?
What is your occupation?
How often do you give to charities?
Do you ever want to donate?
Do you like the method of handing change or would you rather it be contactless payment?
How much do you know about charities?
Do you always give to a specific charity?
Do you tend to give money to charities that have meaning to you?
How important do you think it is to donate money?
What do you think charities can do in order to make more people give to them?
do you know where your money goes or what it does once you’ve donated it?
would you be more likely to give to a charity if you got something back out of it?
Once it was made she shared it with out groups on Whats App and provided us with links to share on social media.
So far she has had 96 responses in total and the number keeps on growing, Dom our other team member from Web Design who also acts as our Directer, is using this data information gathered to create a online pie chart on our website also.
The only thing that has currently set us back a bit from the answers we have received from the public is that they would rather give change than tap there card. So the idea of the tap and donate campaign might have just gone out the window, however we will keep checking the results and see if the idea needs to change, stay as it is, or get completely scraped!
Good news though! I received a Guide Dogs UK charity pack I ordered last week and it came with a brochure that had a full A-Z index of every charity idea they currently have on offer to the public to help donate and raise awarness. They do not currently have a nightclub night like we thought of so I believe we have found a gap in the market! and this idea looks to be extremely popular with the publics feedback! Bingo!