Philanthropy Giving as Victim of Recession


A new report from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University and released by Giving USA finds that Americans aren't generous in charity-giving as they were before the recession.

The road to economic recovery is at a slow pace and experts claim that Americans might not have as much to give. As a result, charities need more contributions and donors than ever before.


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