1  Giving USA 2013Researched and written by+ 3.9 %Giving by individualsis estimated to haveincreased by 3.9 percent.+ 3.5 ...
2  Giving USA 2013Researched and written byAn overview of giving in 2012Inflation-adjusted dollars Current dollarsInflation-...
3  Giving USA 2013Researched and written byGiving USA 2013Giving USA 2013: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year ...
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  1. 1. 1  Giving USA 2013Researched and written by+ 3.9 %Giving by individualsis estimated to haveincreased by 3.9 percent.+ 3.5 %Total estimated U.S.charitable givingincreased by 3.5 percent,to $316.23 billion, in 2012.Giving USA 2013HighlightsKey findingsCorporations6%Bequests7%Individuals72%Foundations15% Total charitable giving byAmerican individuals, foundations,estates, and corporations rose forthe third consecutive year in 2012.The single largest influence onthis increase was the additional$8.67 billion in gifts made byindividuals over 2011.An overview of giving in 2012Unallocated2%Religion32%Education13%Human services13%Health9%Public-societybenefit7%Arts, culture,and humanities5%Internationalaffairs6%Environment/animals3%Gifts to individuals1%Gifts tofoundations10%Most recipient types sawincreases in giving in 2012. Thetwo exceptions are giving toreligion and giving to foundations.Those recipient types that sawthe largest increases—arts andenvironment/animals—indicate thatperhaps donors are returning totheir personal giving priorities.2012 contributions by source(by percentage of the total)2012 contributions by recipient organization(by percentage of the total)+ 4.4 %Giving by foundationsincreased by an estimated4.4 percent.– 7.0 %Giving by bequestdecreased by an estimated7.0 percent.+ 12.2 %Giving by corporationsis estimated to haveincreased by 12.2 percent.Total 2012 contributions: $316.23 billion
  2. 2. 2  Giving USA 2013Researched and written byAn overview of giving in 2012Inflation-adjusted dollars Current dollarsInflation-adjusted dollars in recessions0501001502002503003502003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012$316.23zz Total giving rose 3.5 percent in current dollars in 2012, or 1.5percent adjusted for inflation.zz In the last decade, total giving has increased by $78.78 billion incurrent dollars, or $19.79 billion in inflation-adjusted dollars.zz While total charitable giving is growing, if it continues to grow atcurrent rates, giving will not reach the high of $344.48 billion in2007 for at least six years (adjusted for inflation).Refer to page 24 in the annual report for a complete reviewof 2012 total giving trends.Total giving: 2003–2012(in billions of dollars)Total giving as a percentage of GDP 2002–2012(in inflation-adjusted dollars, 2012 = $100)2.2% 2.2% 2.2%2.1%2.0% 2.0%2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012zz Several economic factors influence how much donors give tocharity. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is one of those factors.zz Inflation-adjusted GDP increased 2.0 percent between 2011 and2012. This rate of change is compared with inflation-adjustedgrowth in total giving of 1.5 percent. Total giving as a percentageof GDP in 2012 was 2.0 percent.Refer to page 36 in the annual report for a complete reviewof 2012 total giving as a percentage of GDP trends.Key factors related to the rise in total charitable giving in 2012zz Growth in charitable giving by source and for particular recipienttypes mirrors the mixed economic growth seen in the U.S.economy in 2012.zz The 2012 fiscal cliff and proposed changes in the charitable taxdeduction at year’s end may have affected how some individualschose to give—some may have decided to give in 2012, whileothers may have taken a “wait and see” approach.Refer to the Numbers section and chapters in the annualreport for a complete review of how changes in the economicenvironment affected different aspects of giving in 2012.Also, find a special section on the charitable deductionbeginning on page 239 in the annual report.Key factors related to the rise in giving by individuals in 2012zz The willingness of individuals and households to give to charityis associated with feelings of financial security. As the economycontinues its slow upward climb, contributions from individualsare rising in the same way.zz Two economic factors that influence how much individualsgive—personal consumption expenditures and the S&P 500—both rose in 2012. These factors contributed to the increaseof 3.9 percent in giving by individuals.Refer to page 26 in the annual report for an overview of2012 individual giving trends, as well as the chapter ongiving by individuals in the annual report.Key factors related to the rise in giving by corporations in 2012zz Growth in giving by corporations in 2012 was largely driven bya 16.6 percent gain in corporate pre-tax profits and 4.0 percentgrowth in the GDP (figures are in current dollars).zz Corporations are increasingly giving in the form of in-kind giftsand product donations—factors that have attributed to theoverall rise in corporate giving in recent years.Refer to page 30 in the annual report for an overview of2012 corporate giving trends, as well as the chapter ongiving by corporations in the annual report.Key facts about giving to particular recipient types in 2012zz Estimated giving to arts, culture, and humanities grew themost, at 7.8 percent—likely the result of donors returning topre-recession giving priorities.zz Giving to foundations was the only estimated decline in givingto any recipient type (-4.6 percent).zz An estimated increase of 7.0 percent for giving to education is,in part, attributed to the growth in giving to K–12 schools andcommunity colleges.zz Growth in giving to international affairs slowed, with anestimated increase of 2.5 percent. A decline in high-profileinternational disasters and increased giving for domestic issuesand disasters likely attributed to the slowing of giving to thissubsector compared with recent years.Refer to pages 40-51 in the annual report for overviews of2012 giving by recipient type, as well as the chapters ongiving to specific recipient types in the annual report.
  3. 3. 3  Giving USA 2013Researched and written byGiving USA 2013Giving USA 2013: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2012 includes the following items foronly $89.95!zz The complete Giving USA 2013 Annual Report in print form as well as an immediately downloadable electronic copyof the full report, which includes: “The Numbers” section, chapters on giving by source and giving by recipient type,a chapter on legal and legislative issues, and a “hot topic” bonus chapter, “The charitable deduction.”zz The Giving USA 2013 Graph Pack, which is a selection of Giving USA’s most popular graphs in PowerPoint format.These graphs can be used in the purchaser’s own presentation or as a separate, short presentation on Giving USAdata for the year 2012. (Free! Valued at $49.95!)Foreword...............................................................................1Acknowledgments.................................................................5GIVING USA ESTIMATES1 Key findings....................................................................72 Giving USA: The Numbers............................................12SOURCES OF CONTRIBUTIONS3 Giving by individuals.....................................................654 Giving by foundations...................................................815 Giving by bequest.........................................................916 Giving by corporations................................................103USES OF CONTRIBUTIONS7 Giving to religion........................................................1218 Giving to education....................................................1359 Giving to human services............................................15510 Giving to foundations.................................................16511 Giving to health..........................................................17112 Giving to public-society benefit...................................18313 Giving to international affairs......................................19714 Giving to arts, culture, and humanities........................20915 Giving to environment/animals...................................22116 Legal and legislative issues..........................................23117 The charitable deduction............................................239GIVING DATA18 Data tables for charts in Giving USA: The Numbers.....248METHODOLOGY19 Brief summary of methods used..................................25720 Glossary......................................................................26921 Summary of the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities...........................................................272The Giving Institute™ and the Giving USA Foundation™...274Committees, Advisory Council, and Staff...........................277Professional Code of Ethics................................................281Standards of Practice.........................................................282Index to Giving USA 2013Legacy Circle: $25,000 and greaterThe Giving Institute™Keystone Circle: $15,000–$24,999Dunham+CompanyFoundation Circle: $10,000–$14,999CCS Fund RaisingGrenzebach Glier and AssociatesMarts & LundyBenefactor: $7,500–$9,999None in this category in 2013Patron: $5,000–$7,499Bentz Whaley FlessnerBlackbaudCampbell & CompanyCollins GroupGuideStarHarris Connect, LLCKatha KissmanSilicon Valley Community FoundationPartner: $2,000–$4,999Alexander HaasAlexander Macnab & Co.The Alford GroupBeazley Foundation Inc.Cramer & AssociatesThe Curtis GroupDini PartnersDonorPerfectJeffrey Byrne + Associates, Inc.Johnson, Grossnickle and AssociatesM. Anne MurphyThe Phoenix Philanthropy GroupRuotolo Associates Inc.Schwab CharitableSmith Beers Yunker & CompanyBuilder: $1,000–$1,999Arnoult & Associates, Inc.Association for HealthcarePhilanthropyAssociation of FundraisingProfessionalsBenefactor GroupBenevonCarlson Fund RaisingCompton FundraisingConsultants Ltd.The EHL Consulting Group, Inc.Global Advancement LLCIndiana Grantmakers AllianceJoyaux AssociatesKCI-Ketchum Canada, Inc.The Kellogg OrganizationLisa M. Dietlin & AssociatesTom and Margaret MesarosOtterbein HomesNancy L. Raybin and Bill PortlockStaleyRobesonSponsor: $100–$999Arthur Alley AssociatedGeoffrey BrownDavid and Linda ShaheenFoundationEvent 360Edith FalkDon FellowsPeter FissingerKim HawkinsRichard T. JollyWendy McGradySandy MacnabMelissa S. Brown & Associates, LLCJack MillerPG CalcPhilanthropy NorthwestGeorge and Joanne RuotoloSemple Bixel Associates, Inc.Sentergroup, Inc.David and Patricia ShufflebargerRichard Tollefson andMarc KellenbergerWinkler GroupContributors

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