DATA SERVICES

Bespoke reports and webservices

Since 2015 Benefacts has provided many one-off datasets and analysis reports on request to a variety of users in the nonprofit, public and private sectors.

We provide a quarterly dataset to the Central Statistics Office to assist their analysis and reporting of nonprofit institutions serving households.

 

Bespoke reports

Here are some examples of other bespoke data and analysis services we have produced

  • customised datasets with trend analysis for academics, economists and sector analysts
  • benchmark reports for nonprofits to help them understand more about the profile of their own company in the context of its peers
  • sub-sectoral analyses to help administrators of corporate payroll giving schemes assess the potential for donations to support a particular cohort of nonprofits
  • financial analysis reports to support the advocacy campaigns of nonprofits as they communicate their needs to funders and policymakers
  • nonprofit directories for local authorities

 

Feedback from a large established charity:

“The report is excellent and is being used tonight in terms of a productivity analysis and by the Board next month in assessing potential merger partners. Thanks for all the work. It is much appreciated.”

Contact us if you think our data can help you.

 

Webservices

Benefacts has partnered with a number of public sector bodies – Government Departments, state agencies and local authorities, to build and test a prototype data analytic service called Benefacts Analytics. This supports policymakers, grant managers, financial controllers and auditors in accessing structured data about the nonprofits with which they have a funding relationship.

Each instance of Benefacts Analytics is unique to the commissioning agency and access is controlled by registration.

Contact us if you’d like to know more.

 

All of the data on Benefacts.ie is subject to the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) Licence. In using the data you accept these terms (read more).

When using our data, please acknowledge Benefacts or benefacts.ie as the source.

Let us know how Benefacts data supports your work

Many of you have told us about the importance of ensuring our comprehensive data on Ireland’s nonprofit sector remains freely and widely accessible.

We would like to know more about how access to Benefacts data supports your work. Please take five minutes to give us feedback on the impact of our data in your field.