WASHINGTON, DC -- Nonprofit Quarterly comments on Giving USA's most recent report. With fewer Americans giving to charity, some nonprofits are planning for an uncertain future. Even as "Giving USA" has reported record charitable fundraising three years in a row, the share of Americans who donate to charity is falling.
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HARTFORD, CT -- Michelle Riordan-Nold, Executive Director of the Connecticut Data Collaborative, comments on the importance of an accurate Census 2020 count, and challenges the Census Bureau has faced in maintaining their federal funding and finding new leadership, a recent ruling has put the accuracy of the Census 2020 count in jeopardy.
NEW HAVEN, CT -- DataHaven's 2018 Community Wellbeing Survey will allow unprecedented tracking of regional and local trends over the past three years, as well as create an even more in-depth portrait of Connecticut’s neighborhoods, when updated results are shared this fall.
TORRINGTON, CT -- The Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation has published, Community Crossroads - Northwest Connecticut - Where we are now and were we are headed. Community Crossroads is an extensive research project focused on the demographic composition of Northwest Connecticut communities – now and in the future – and core community wellbeing indicators, such as housing, employment, education, healthcare and crime
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- The number of new accounts at Schwab Charitable rose 91 percent from July to December last year, over the same period in 2016, the philanthropic-services provider announced Tuesday. The bulk of the grant making occurred from July to December, when Schwab donors gave $900 million through 230,000 grants.
NEW YORK, NY -- Philanthropic organizations have been on edge since Republicans rammed through the monumental tax bill: Will Americans give as generously now that the incentives have completely shifted? Findings suggest that the the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 may deal a particularly devastating blow to charities that make up the private social safety net . . .