Nearly three quarters of household charitable giving goes to organizations with religious ties, new study finds

Groundbreaking research by Jumpstart and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy expands understanding of religious influences on giving

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(Los Angeles, CA) The new report Connected to Give: Faith Communities demonstrates that nearly three quarters of all U.S. household giving—73 percent—goes to organizations with religious ties. The report, which for the first time takes into account donations to religiously identified charitable organizations alongside congregations, highlights the multidimensional nature of religion and giving in America. “It’s like putting on 3D […]


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