Religious charities lead in fundraising in US—except with younger donors
August 01, 2023
CWN Editor's Note: Religious charities are most likely to receive support from American donors, but younger donors are more inclined toward environmental and human-rights causes, a new study has shown.
The Collage Group found that 19% of Americans gave money to religious charities. But the percentage giving to religious causes declined with younger donors. Religious charities won support from 27% of the “Baby Boom” generation, but only 11% of “Gen X.”
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