The purpose of the study was to classify donors who make large donations and those who make small donations to athletics programmes. In particular, the study investigated the degree to which involvement with the athletics programme, income and donor type discriminate individuals who make large donations from those who make small donations in an effort to predict donation level of prospect donors. The hypothesis that the three variables (involvement with the athletics programme, income and donor type) would classify athletics donors of small donations from athletics donors of larger donations was confirmed. The findings of the study provide theoretical and practical implications in predicting donation size, determining donor cultivation strategies and increasing fundraising effectiveness.
Tsiotsou, R. (2004), "The role of involvement and income in predicting large and small donations to college athletics", International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, Vol. 6 No. 2, pp. 40-46. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSMS-06-02-2004-B006Download as .RIS
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