46 percent of Coloradans plan to trim giving

The Rocky Mountain News reported in a December 5 article that according to the Colorado Nonprofits Association survey (October 2008), donors are favoring groups that meet basic needs such as food and shelter. Nonprofits that serve youth, education and religion follow.

Most Coloradans plan to give as much, or more, during the economic downtown, but 46 percent expect to give less because they are suffering during this economic downturn or are helping friends and family who are.

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