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Giving usa 2013 spotlight 2 highlights


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Giving usa 2013 spotlight 2 highlights

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Giving usa 2013 spotlight 2 highlights

  1. 1. Since the late 1990s, the international affairs subsector has emerged as a vibrant dimension of the modern philanthropic landscape, attracting a rapidly growing proportion of total U.S. charitable giving. Spotlight Highlights Giving USA There are a number of factors that have played into the growth in giving to international affairs by American individuals and households, corporations, and founda-tions in the last couple of decades. This Spotlight presents an overview of some of the factors that have contributed to the growth in giving to international affairs, including increased awareness and focus on international causes by donors and activists of all kinds and a dramatic rise in the number of organizations working on international causes. This Spotlight also provides a comprehensive overview of trends in giving to the international affairs subsector since the late 1980s by source of giving. ■ Nonprofit practitioners working for international affairs organizations and causes can use the infor-mation within this Spotlight to inform fundraising strategy and practice. The implications of this research are also important for those working for other organizations and causes. ■ Researchers interested in the nonprofit sector can use this information to better understand trends in giving to the international affairs subsector from both donor and organizational perspectives. Issue 2, 2013 Researched and written by CONTRIBUTORS Legacy Circle: $25,000 and greater The Giving Institute™ Keystone Circle: $15,000–$24,999 Dunham+Company Foundation Circle: $10,000–$14,999 CCS Fund Raising Grenzebach Glier and Associates Marts & Lundy Benefactor: $7,500–$9,999 None in this category in 2013 Patron: $5,000–$7,499 Bentz Whaley Flessner Blackbaud Campbell & Company Collins Group GuideStar Harris Connect, LLC Katha Kissman Silicon Valley Community Foundation Partner: $2,000–$4,999 Alexander Haas Alexander Macnab & Co. The Alford Group Beazley Foundation Inc. Cramer & Associates The Curtis Group Dini Partners DonorPerfect Jeffrey Byrne + Associates, Inc. Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates M. Anne Murphy The Phoenix Philanthropy Group Ruotolo Associates Inc. Schwab Charitable Smith Beers Yunker & Company 2002 $286.66 Inflation-adjusted giving to international a airs grew 552 percent between 1987 and 2012, far exceeding growth in inflation-adjusted giving to all other charitable subsectors combined in that time period (82 percent). 2007 $327.00 2012 $297.12 $17.48 $10.17 $19.11 552% GROWTH 82% GROWTH GIVING TO INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS (in billions of inflation-adjusted dollars) COMBINED GIVING TO ALL OTHER CHARITIES (in billions of inflation-adjusted dollars) 1997 $227.92 1992 $178.67 1987 $163.13 $2.93 $3.47 $4.49 Purchase this Spotlight today at for just $19.95! Click on “Order Now” and then go to the Spotlights store.