Charitable giving expected to rise
Most Americans appear to be shaking off some of the post-recession gloom and say they will either give the same amount or more to charity this year as they did in 2011, a new survey says.
Donors plan to cut giving, study says
The gloomy economy will continue to dampen charitable giving, with nearly 7 in 10 Americans saying they will give less to charity in coming months and another 1 in 10 planning not to give until the economy starts to revive, a new study says.
Americans expect to give more
Americans says they are more likely in 2011 to increase their charitable giving than to decrease it, marking the first time in four years that donors are more upbeat than downbeat about their giving, a new survey says.
Giving expected to be flat this year
While the recession’s grip on Americans is loosening somewhat, charitable giving has yet to rebound and is likely to be flat this year, a new survey says.
Giving may be victim of recession
Religious donors may be the silver lining in an otherwise bleak forecast for charitable giving, a new study says.
Elections not seen affecting charitable giving
Of those Americans planning to donate to a presidential campaign in the coming weeks, more than six in 10 say it will not impact their charitable giving.
Homeless conference called off
A victim of the tanking economy, the 11th North Carolina Homeless Conference was canceled because of budget cuts in state government.