By Una Osili and Sasha Zarins Following years of steady growth that has tracked the performance of a generally healthy economy, U.S. charitable giving has reached an all-time high at a time when the share of Americans who make donations is falling. But as a lead researcher … [Read more...] about Fewer Americans are Giving Money to Charity but Total Donations are at Record Levels Anyway
By Robert I. Evans
Charitable giving in the United States in 2017 reached a record high of more than $410 billion, according to Giving USA, the major annual report that closely follows trends and actual philanthropic activities across the U.S. Released today, the report … [Read more...] about U.S. Charitable Giving Reached All-Time High in 2017:
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Crossing the $400 billion mark for the first time, the stock market and favorable economic conditions helped drive solid growth in contributions across the board Powered by a booming stock market and a strong economy, charitable giving by American individuals, bequests, … [Read more...] about Giving USA 2018: Americans Gave $410.02 Billion to Charity in 2017, a 5.2% Increase
By Robert I. Evans Charitable giving by U.S. donors reached $390.05 billion in 2016, reflecting another 2.7% increase over 2015’s extraordinary levels, according to Giving USA, the longest running and most accurate report on philanthropy in America, as it released its 62nd … [Read more...] about U.S. Giving Reaches New Highs Again, Showing Unprecedented Increases & Unparalleled Generosity
American individuals, estates, foundations and corporations contributed an estimated $390.05 billion to U.S. charities in 2016, according to Giving USA 2017: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2016, released today. Total giving rose 2.7 percent in current dollars … [Read more...] about Giving USA 2017: By the Numbers