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Age Cohorts Born betweenPreferred channel SENIORS1901 – 1924Letter SILENTS1925 – 1945Letter BOOMERS1946 – 1964Letter Land-line Email Internet GEN X1965 - 1984Phone Email Laptop GEN Y1985 - 2005Mobile Facebook iPad Twitter Skype
SENIORS 1901-24 The ‘greatest’ generation - leaders Give from duty. No waste or expensive literature. No phone calls. Takes advice from respected friends. Expects polite thanks.
SILENTS 1925-45 Worker ants… Now retired. Wealth in property. Join with others to give. Similar to seniors in attitude to fundraising. Not leaders…
BOOMERS 1946-64 Economic power - numerous Now very wealthy – generous Enterprising - individualistic Inquisitive about charity Intrusive in charity Fickle Direct mail – leaflets – door-to-door – telephone (not mobile)
GENERATION X 1965-1984 No experience of poverty. Have material possessions. Comfortable with technology. Expect good design. Won’t read heavy text. Need convincing of problem.
GENERATION Y 1985 - 2005 Gen C = Community. 100 mobile txts a day Hive mind. Facebook YouTube etc. Gap year third world experience. Comfortable with debt. Give on line / face-to-face in street / QR codes Celebrity – created not earned.
“There is no average donor – age determines the best media for fundraising.”
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