December 7, 2007
Patterns of Giving Among the Wealthy
On December 6, 2007, the Washington Post reported on a recent study, written by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University and sponsored by Bank of America, on patterns of charitable giving among the wealthy (those with household income above $200,000 and net worths of more than $1 million).
To see the full article on the results of the study titled "Portraits of Donors", which is believed to be the first quantitative study of the very wealthy, go to "How Groups of the Rich Diverge in Philanthropy: Study Uncovers Patterns in 12 Profiles", available at the Washington Post website.
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