How are LGBT college alumni philanthropic? Where do LGBT alums give their time and money? How does sexual orientation and gender identity affect personal giving? Now we can find out.
Campus Pride is proud to support Dr. Jason C. Garvey at University of Alabama and Dr. Noah D. Drezner at University of Maryland in conducting The National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Alumni Survey. The research is in collaboration with Campus Pride and the Q Research Institute for Higher Education.
Data collection for the survey ends on April 25, 2014. The electronic survey is administered online and takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. This survey contains questions about your undergraduate experiences, alumni experiences, and philanthropy behaviors and attitudes.
The national study investigate the philanthropic behaviors and attitudes of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer undergraduate alumni from four-year higher education institutions. The intended study population includes individuals who identify as LGBTQ or another non-normative sexual or gender identity. Findings from this national study will help higher education institutions recruit and retain a vibrant LGBTQ alumni community through engagement and solicitation strategies that better resonate with LGBTQ communities. Most centrally, this study will provide a forum for LGBTQ alumni to be heard and recognized, leading to a more healthy and productive relationship with their alma maters.
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