Millennials accustomed to making donations

 IBJ Staff
April 9, 2011
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The second Millennial Donors Study by local consultants Achieve and Johnson Grossnickle and Associates found that 93 percent of people responding gave to not-for-profits last year.

About 3,000 people, ages 20 to 35, responded to the survey, which was offered to them by not-for-profits across the country.

Most respondents, 58 percent, said their single-largest gift was less than $150. Ten percent gave $1,000 or more throughout the year.


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