A report released by LEVERUS Inc., Ottawa Canada, finds that non-profit organizations are beginning to embrace the Internet as a mission critical tool for fulfilling their organizational objectives. Based on an annual survey focused on non-profit organizations throughout Canada and the United States, the report provides an important benchmark for organizations to evaluate their use of the web.
“The growth of the Internet and related tools present the non-profit sector with a range of opportunities to directly and immediately affect their ability to achieve organizational objectives,” says Stephen Long, President & CEO of LEVERUS Inc. “The challenge for many non-profit organizations today is to find or shift resources to allow their organization to further comprehend those opportunities and finance their development.”
The survey addresses issues related to web communications, strategic planning, content management, Internet budgets, web design and architecture, web advertising and a range of other pertinent topics for non-profit organizations evaluating their own use of the web.
The report, “LEVERUS Annual Internet Survey for Associations and Not-for-Profit Organizations: 2004 is available from LEVERUS.