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Summary of findings from "How the Triangle Gives Back: A Report to the Region." Full report available for download at www.TriangleGivesBack.org

Summary of findings from "How the Triangle Gives Back: A Report to the Region." Full report available for download at www.TriangleGivesBack.org

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  • Designed to be web-based; This is only the beginning.
  • Three triangles
  • 2000-06 - $1.6 billion grants – 2005 was the biggest year with $303 million.

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  • how the triangle gives back
    a report to the region
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    Research missions
    Collect as much assembled data as possible;
    Synthesize and organize data to give a new perspective on the Triangle;
    Focus on defining who makes up the Triangle and how they give.
  • ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….………………. triangle gives back
    Organization of research
    Scattered population – a demographic overview of how the area has evolved.
    Dissecting philanthropy
    Nonprofits
    Religious giving
    Individual giving
    Foundation money from the Triangle
    Foundation money to the Triangle
    Triangle giving to the Triangle
    Corporate giving
  • Each dot represents 100 people living in the that location.
    Shading indicates the number of people employed in displayed zip code.
    The darkest purple indicates zip codes with 20,000 or more workers.
    The lightest purple indicates zip codes with 1,000 or fewer workers.
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    Who is the Triangle?
  • key finding # 1:
    A rich landscape of Triangle-area nonprofits
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  • Triangle 501(c)(3) organizations
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  • key finding # 2:
    Triangle area individuals give less than in other parts of the state
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  • Individual giving in major NC metros
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  • key finding # 3:
    Residents in outlying areas and with lower incomes give a larger share of annual earnings
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  • Individual giving in the Triangle
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  • key finding # 4:
    Triangle area is a large recipient of grant dollars
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  • Grant dollars received by peer metros, 2000-06
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  • Grant dollars received per person from peer metro areas, 2000-06
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  • key finding # 5:
    Grants to the Triangle: Strong in education weak in social & human services
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  • Allocation of grants to the Triangle
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  • key finding # 6:
    Shallow base of foundations and philanthropic assets
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  • Foundations in peer metros, 2006
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  • Foundation giving in peer metros, adjusted for population, 2000-06
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  • Additional data on the web
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    More complete lists and indices
    Additional data points on religious, corporate and foundation-based giving
    Updated data points as available.
  • for a copy of the full report, visit www.trianglegivesback.org
    for questions about the triangle gives back initiative, contact Robyn Fehrman at robyn@trianglecf.org
    for questions about the triangle gives back report, contact Andrew Holton at holton@unc.edu
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