Forbes recapped two reports that discovered, despite unpromising economic trends, Americans keep on giving.
The first report,"“Giving USA 2014: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2013," encapsulates the steady rise of charitable giving for the past four years. The second report, focusing on the "98 percenter foundations" (the 86,000 philanthropic foundations with assets less than $50 million), found that these "smaller foundations [had] a good year".Read the Entire Article
Federal Programs Related to - Disaster Relief/Recovery
Programs that provide short-term assistance for people who have suffered injuries or incurred losses due to natural or man-made disasters. Also offers longer-term assistance for people who have suffered injuries or incurred losses due to a major disaster or large- scale emergency with the objective of facilitating the return of the community to its pre-disaster condition and/or rebuilding the community in a way that makes it less vulnerable in the future. Debris Removal; Disaster Donations; Disaster Hotlines; Disaster Loan Programs; Disaster Recovery Centers; Disaster Service Centers; Disaster- Specific Home Repairs; Disaster-Specific Rent Assistance; Post-Disaster Clean-Up; Post-Disaster Housing Assistance; Post-Disaster Housing Databanks/Referrals; Post-Disaster Rebuilding Assistance; Post-Disaster Volunteer Management
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Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to promote the practice of charitable giving and volunteering or to represent and serve a wide range of philanthropic and charitable institutions.