Identity-based giving: A case study of Islamic Relief

Having a shared faith identity can often be crucial for developing relationships of trust with donors, and enabling faith-inspired organisations to capitalise on available resources 

Author: Sadia Kidwai
Country: International
Category: Faith Perspectives

“Identity-based giving: A case study of Islamic Relief” was featured in CIVICUS’ State of Civil Society Report 2015CIVICUS is a global alliance of civil society organisations and activists dedicated to strengthening citizen action and civil society around the world. Each year, CIVICUS publish the State of Civil Society Report, offering a comprehensive picture of civil society and the conditions it works in around the world. Each year, the report has a special theme; 2015’s report focussed on the issue of resourcing civil society.

The case study on Islamic Relief explores the role that Islamic Relief’s faith identity, faith-based projects and faith-related fundraising mechanisms have enabled the organisation’s continuous growth despite the current financial pressures and squeezed resources experienced by many other civil society organisations.

The full report can be found here.

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