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TitleCorporate propensity for long-term donations to non-profit organisations: an exploratory study in Portugal
Author(s)Casais, Beatriz
Santos, Sara
Issue date23-Dec-2018
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
JournalSocial Sciences
Abstract(s)The motivations for individual and corporate donations to non-profit organisations (NPOs) have been vastly researched. However, companies tend to diversify their donations towards different institutions, hindering the development of substantial and continuous social interventions by charities. Considering the importance of regular support to guarantee NPOs’ sustainability, this study analyses the corporate motivations and the conditions that might favour their propensity for long-term donations. Researchers have conducted twenty semistructured interviews in companies with social responsibility policies and concluded that motivations to donate goes beyond visibility or recognition the donation might bring to the business. Interviewees highlighted the sense of altruism and the perceived importance of their donation for the well-being of people the institutions are supporting. However, managers admitted they diversify their partnerships rather than donate regularly to the same institution and consider that a relationship and proactive marketing approach by NPOs would be a key point to activate long-term donations.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/60320
DOI10.3390/socsci8010002
ISSN2076-0760
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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