Corporate Data Largely Supports Trends Experienced by Nonprofits

Corporate Data Largely Supports Trends Experienced by Nonprofits

Increased Non-Cash Giving and Funding to Basic Needs


Alison Rose, Manager, Standards and Measurement, CECP, finds that increased non-cash giving and funding to basic needs emerge as key themes in corporate and nonprofit philanthropy data.

Friday, October 29, 2010 - 11:00am

Each year, CECP looks forward to reviewing The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s Philanthropy 400, a ranking and report on the nation’s largest charities based on levels of non-governmental funds raised.  CECP’s release of the annual Giving in Numbers report, a comprehensive analysis of corporate giving, provides a perfect opportunity to highlight how the corporate findings largely support The Chronicle’s primary conclusions, keeping in mind that corporations are only one of the non-governmental donors to charities.

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The Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) is the only international forum of business leaders focused on corporate philanthropy. Membership includes more than 180 global CEOs and chairpersons of companies that collectively account for more than 40% of reported corporate giving in the United States.





Courtney King
Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy