Statistics can be a valuable tool for non-profit organizations (NPOs) in a number of ways. For example, statistics can help NPOs:
Overall, the use of statistics can help NPOs better understand and serve the needs of their target population, measure the impact of their programs and services, and make data-driven decisions to achieve their goals.
This is the key report and data source for donor accountability. It provides detailed counts of all the donor's activity. It splits attendance registers and interventions into different categories, and provides counts of each category. For example, the report may show the number of attendees at a particular program, as well as the number of unique attendees and the number of new and leaving contacts.
The report can be run for a specific date range, and can be filtered by location, age bracket, and other relevant factors. The report can be exported to Excel easily.
This allows donors to see how their programs are performing and to track the impact of their interventions over time. The report provides the baseline data for monthly and annual reporting, and is an essential tool for ensuring donor accountability and transparency.