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Study: With Donor-Advised Funds, Unexpected Giving Leads Donors to Expand Their Philanthropy

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A new study on donor-advised funds revealed increased long-term and responsive giving, as well as other donor behaviors and sentiments.

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What Americans Think About Nonprofits, Per New Study

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What Americans Think About Philanthropy and Nonprofits,” a new study from the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, polled about 1,300 Americans over the summer of 2022 to learn more about how the American public perceives philanthropy and the nonprofit sector.

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2024 Event Trends Study Forecasts a Bright Future for the Industry

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Community Brands' "2024 Event Trends Study" revealed current event tech trends, insights into event planners' mindsets, and more.

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Study: More Than 80% of Parents Successfully Model Philanthropic Behavior for Their Children

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A new study shows that children are following in their parents’ charitable footsteps, with 81% of parents who give reporting that their children under age 18 also participated in a charitable activity in the past year.

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Nonprofit Technology Adoption: Why It Matters and How to Be Successful

Statistics from a 2014 NTEN study show that seriously investing resources in training for your staff corresponds to higher adoption and ultimately technology effectiveness. You’ll see case studies of other nonprofits who have taken similar steps.

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Nonprofit Study Reveals Demand for Programs and Services Alongside Ongoing Concerns

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FORVIS published its annual national nonprofit study, revealing that 71% of nonprofits had increased demands for their programs and services in 2023, resulting in waitlist increases and delays.

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Bank of America Study: Charitable Giving by Affluent Households Above Pre-Pandemic Levels

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The Bank of America Private Bank and the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University released the "2023 Bank of America Study of Philanthropy." The study found that affluent households gave an average of $34,917 to charity in 2022, up from $29,269 in 2017, though less than the $43,195 they gave in 2020.

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