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Tag Archives: Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University
Most Donors Plan to Maintain Level of Charitable Giving, Survey Finds The majority of American donors plan to maintain their level of charitable giving in the near term, despite volatility in the financial markets and an uncertain economic outlook, according … Continue reading
According to a recent article in Philanthropy Journal, nonprofits can raise more money if donors are asked for gifts in person by people they know. A study commissioned by Campbell & Company and conducted by the Center on Philanthropy at … Continue reading
Alan J. Abramson, an expert on philanthropy at George Mason University, estimates that less than 3 percent of all fundraising is done online. “Nonprofits raising money through the Web is growing, but it’s still pretty small,” he said in a … Continue reading