Decisions on giving

A study put out yesterday by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University says that about two in three American households
made donations in each of the three years it followed.

The center also found that slightly more than half of households gave during each of the three years.

Nearly half donated to houses of worship and other religious organizations, while more than half gave to secular groups and
about a third gave to both.

Weâ??re in the midst of a season of giving, if for no other reason than to reap those last-minute tax deductions.

How do you make decisions about giving?

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