Community Insights/2016-17 Report/Audience 3/Goal13

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Community Engagement Insights 2016-17 Report

Across audiences Editors Affiliates Program Leaders Developers
Goal 1 - "Improving new editor engagement" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 2 - "Improving community health" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 3 - "Improving collaboration and communications between the Foundation and communities" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 4 - "Improving collaboration and communications around software development" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 5 - "Improving collaboration with affiliates related to partnerships" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 6 - "Improving software for contributors" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 7 - "Increasing software awareness and use" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 8 - "Growing the Wikimedia technical community" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 9 - "Improving information sharing for program leaders and affiliates" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 10 - "Developing the capacity of affiliates" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 11 - "Developing the capacity of program leaders" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 12 - "Improving access to research materials by contributors" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 13 - "Improving understanding of movement fundraising and fundraising needs"


Question 435 (FR25)Edit

This question has few responses.

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Does your organisation currently use Central Notice (also known as "the Banner") on Wikimedia projects?


Mean = 0.83

4% selected "Not sure" [?]


1 – No (17%)
2 – Yes (83%)
83% of affiliate members who participated in this survey said that their organization currently use Central Notice (also known as "the Banner") on Wikimedia projects.


Question 436 (FR26)Edit

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How important is Central Notice ("the banner") in the delivery of your organisation's programmes?


Median = 5

1 – Not at all important (4%)
2 – Slightly important (8%)
3 – Fairly important (4%)
4 – Quite important (24%)
5 – Very Important (60%)
88% of affiliate members who participated in this question reported that the central notice banner is fairly, quite or very important in the delivery of their organisation's programmes.


Question 440 (FR18)Edit

What are your current main challenges with fundraising/fund development? (select all that apply)

Participants could select more than one option

5% did not select an option [?]


1 – finding appropriate funding opportunities (61%)
2 – finding partners for joint proposals (32%)
3 – capacity (abilities and time) to complete proposals and applications (59%)
4 – carrying through with funded activities (14%)
5 – evaluation (18%)
6 – sustainability (43%)
7 – Other (specify): (14%)
Affiliate members who participated in this question reported that finding appropriate funding opportunities (61%), capacity to complete proposals and applications (59%), and sustainability(43%) were the top three main challenges with fundraising/funds development.


Question 441 (FR20)Edit

Is your organization planning to develop your fundraising activities the coming year?


Mean = 2.08

9% selected "Dont know/Not sure" [?]


1 – No (21%)
2 – Yes (15%)
3 – Maybe (64%)
From the affiliate members who participated in this question, 15% reported they are planning to develop fundraising activities and 64% reported that they may be planning to develop fundraising activities.


Question 442 (FR21)Edit

Are there any Wikimedia movement resources you regard as useful for fundraising?


Mean = 1.57

1 – No (57%)
2 – Yes; please share which: (43%)
43% of affiliate members who participated in this survey reported that they have found Wikimedia resources that are useful for fundraising.


Question 443 (FR22)Edit

Which one of the following ways of support would you appreciate the most to become more active and effective with fundraising and partnerships? (select all that apply)

Participants could select more than one option

12% did not select an option [?]


1 – Regular meetings (51%)
2 – Materials, tools and templates (44%)
3 – List of open calls (40%)
4 – Mailing lists (35%)
5 – Group training (58%)
6 – Joint work sessions (40%)
7 – One-on-one mentoring or support (49%)
8 – Other (specify): (7%)
From the affiliate members who participated in this question, the top three ways of support for fundraising and partnerships is group training (58%), regular meetings (51%), and one-on-one mentoring or support (49%).


Question 444 (FR23)Edit

How would you like to work and learn with other movement entities on fundraising? I am willing to: (select all that apply)

Participants could select more than one option

5% did not select an option [?]


1 – share tools and templates (38%)
2 – write learning patterns (36%)
3 – share grant applications on-wiki (48%)
4 – work on joint proposals with other Wikimedia organizations (64%)
5 – help involve non-Wikimedia partners (48%)
6 – attend work sessions and trainings (74%)
7 – provide or help organize work sessions and trainings (48%)
8 – Other (specify): (2%)
From the affiliate members who participated in this question, the top two selected options for working and learning from other movement entities were attend works sessions and trainings (74%() and work on joint proposals with other Wikimedia organizations (64%).


Question 445 (FR24)Edit

To what extent are you satisfied with the Wikimedia Foundation's support to your organisation in improving your ability to fundraise?


Median = 3

15% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Very dissatisfied (9%)
2 – Dissatisfied (17%)
3 – Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied (26%)
4 – Satisfied (40%)
5 – Very satisfied (9%)
49% of affiliate members who participated in this question reported that they are satisfied or very satisfied with the Foundation's support to their organisation in improving their ability to fundraise.

Question listEdit

Goal 14 - "Increasing awareness of GLAM and Libraries" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg
Goal 15 - "Increasing knowledge and capacity related to policy issues" WikiFont uniE100 - article - blue.svg