The more important religion is to a person, the more likely that person is to give to a charity of any kind, according to new research.
CNBC's Robert Frank discusses why the rich are tightening their purse strings to charities.
Twenty-three percent of American Jews have provided for charities in their wills, nearly twice as many as people who don’t follow that faith, according to a study released today.
A new study from the Foundation Center says modest growth is expected for grants this year.
Of Fortune 500 companies that make charitable gifts internationally, 81 percent either increased or maintained giving levels this fiscal year, and 86 will either maintain or increase giving levels next fiscal year.
Results from the 2012 Council on Foundations--Commonfund Study of Investments for Private Foundations show that endowments gained an average of 12 percent last year.
Baby boomers now give the largest share of donations to charities, surpassing every other age group, including the generation born before 1946, says a study released earlier this month.
Donors who give via text message would like to make larger gifts using their mobile phones, according to a new survey of more than 20,000 text-message donors.