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Short FAQ #1: How do nonprofits collect data?

Nonprofits collect data in a variety of ways, including surveys, focus groups, interviews, and online tracking. They may also collect data from publicly available sources, such as government statistics or reports from other organizations. Additionally, nonprofits may use software and technology tools, such as customer relationship management systems or analytics platforms, to collect and analyze data. The specific methods used by a nonprofit will depend on the organization's goals and resources, as well as the type of data they are trying to collect.


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