Numbers Game

Dynamic philanthropic environment expected through 2020

Growth in personal income among the factors behind the boost

Apr 15, 2019 @ 12:01 am

By Ellie Zhu

Which U.S. organizations are receiving the extra funds?
Who's doing all this charitable giving?
Who's giving more in 2019 and 2020?
Total giving is projected to rise
in 2019
in 2020
higher than the historical 10-year, 25-year and 40-year annualized average rates of growth.
These are the factors behind the boost
  • Above-average growth in the Standard & Poor's 500 in the preceeding and projected years
  • Growth in personal income
  • Growth in the preceding years' GDP


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