California is a significant force in philanthropy in the United States. In 2001, California's taxpayers contributed $16.5 billion to philanthropy, in a year that saw $122 billion given to charity nationwide. California ranks 10th in the country in charitable deductions by taxpayers with incomes of $75,000 to $100,0001, and second in the country, behind only New York, in the total number of foundations, foundation assets and annual grants made. The Golden State leads the nation in t
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