Foundations: Expect Short-term Reductions But Long-term Growth

We predict that donor-involved giving is going to increase in the long-term as Baby Boomers enter retirement, the time at which people tend to grow more philanthropic

We predict that donor-involved giving is going to increase in the long-term as Baby Boomers enter retirement, the time at which people tend to grow more philanthropic. Boomers will embrace giving with a vengeance, as they have every other phase of life. The robber barons among them, suffering guilt over the current Wall St. debacle, will try to give back. And all Boomers will be facing increased tax rates, always a prompt to search for charitable deductions.1

But this

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