Every June, the Giving Institute at the Indiana University Lilly School of Philanthropy releases the most comprehensive, longest-running, and well-researched annual study of U.S. charitable giving.
Giving USA shows the impact of economic trends like stock market performance, inflation, disposable personal income, and gross domestic product.
You might not have time to look through the 67th report, so Total Advancement Solutions team member, Dr. Carla Maxwell Ray, CFRE, has combed through the research and pulled out what we believe may be most meaningful to you.
Access the key takeaways for faith-based organizations from this year’s report below.
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Key Takeaways for Faith-Based Organizations
Do you sometimes feel like you're shooting in the dark at implementing giving strategies for your faith-based non-profit organization?
Every year, the Indiana University Lilly School of Philanthropy releases a robust and meaningful study on charitable giving.
The report is extensive and contains information that might not be applicable to your context. That's why we've summarized the report into actionable tips you can add to your fundraising arsenal.
This resource includes:
Eight key takeaways
The good news, bad news, and possible causes for each key takeaway
Recommendations of what faith-based organizations should do in response to these trends
Aired on Wednesday, August 3, 2022 | 1-2 pm ET
In this discussion, Dr. Carla Maxwell Ray and Kim Jennings from the Total Advancement Solutions team uncover the key takeaways from this year’s Giving USA report.
During this webinar, you’ll understand the good news, the bad news, and what faith-based organizations should do in response to these trends.
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If you and your team would like to discuss these giving trends and how they affect your organization, schedule a discovery call with a Generis Strategist who will walk with you and your organization as you navigate this increasingly complex and competitive philanthropic landscape.