Faunalytics is a nonprofit consulting firm that provides a wide range of essential, but inexpensive research services to animal advocates.
If you can’t find what you need in our research library, Faunalytics can help you conduct a custom project. With our decades of experience in grassroots and national animal advocacy, we know what animal groups need to succeed. And we have the expertise to help.
Who We Help
These are just a few of the organizations we’ve helped. Faunalytics is honored to have worked with a large and diverse number of animal protection groups. See the full list here.
What We Offer
Faunalytics provides the same kinds of services that corporations use (successfully) to sell products and services. We use these “marketing research” tools and methods to help animal advocates measuring and increase their impact for animals.
Faunalytics can help you learn about your target audiences, create effective messages and materials, and evaluate the success of campaigns and projects. We can help with any research task involving design, implementation, data collection, or analysis.
Here are some of our most popular services:
- Research planning and design
- Secondary research and analysis
- Quantitative and representative surveys
- In-depth interviews and focus groups
- Benchmarking and assessment studies
- Materials evaluation and concept testing
- Fundraising and donor research
- Opposition research and analysis
Want to know more? Use our contact form to submit a client inquiry and schedule a free 30-minute consultation to see how Faunalytics can help.
Faunalytics provides a sliding scale fee structure for smaller animal organizations. We also provide limited pro bono support to eligible organizations.
Note: Because Faunalytics is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization, we keep our salaries low and reinvest our income in new resources and services for animal advocates.
“We all can do a better job of evaluating our programs and materials. Fortunately, we have an experienced, professional and affordable company to handle that part of our work – Faunalytics.”
Kim Sturla, Animal Place Sanctuary