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The Percentage of Households Donating To Charity Fell Among All Racial and Ethnic Groups Over Two Decades – Barron’s

The Percentage of Households Donating To Charity Fell Among All Racial and Ethnic Groups Over Two Decades – Barron’s

 

Chang Duong / Unsplash Text size The percentage of U.S. households giving to charity has declined steadily over the past two decades, a pullback recorded among families of all major racial and ethnic backgrounds, according to data released Tuesday.  The Giving Environment report by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy explores charitable giving trends by race and ethnicity—a topic that has not been extensively studied, according to the report—and looks at declines in the proportion of households giving among communities of color during the nearly two-decade period from 2000 to 2018.  The report—also part of the school’s Everyday Donors… 

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