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Charitable Giving Articles
Despite market uncertainty, charitable giving by those with at least $1 million is growing, says U.S. Trust and UBS.
Seven of the top 10 most generous cities increased their giving, while three cities experienced declines, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy report.
As a proportion of their income, the poor and middle class are increasing their philanthropy, while the rich are decreasing their giving.
The Invest In Others Charitable Foundation has recognized five financial advisors for their efforts to improve their communities.
Raymond James advisors and associates volunteered close to 4,000 hours for 90 organizations.
Detroit’s plan to fix its finances with hundreds of millions of dollars in private donations comes years after the U.S. automotive capital got hooked on philanthropy to rebuild the city.
Fidelity Charitable distributed more than 250,000 grants totaling nearly $1.1 billion during the first six months of 2014, a 19 percent increase from the same period last year.
Individuals granted out $822 million in fiscal 2014 to more than 34,500 charities, an increase of 38 percent from a year earlier.
CFA Institute President and CEO John Rogers called for a new era of “fiduciary capitalism" that considers the long-term outcomes for society.
Consumers are choosing to purchase brands based on their companies' social responsibility over giving to charity, according to a recent study.
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