The 2014 Philanthropy 400
Giving to the nation’s biggest and most popular charities grew by more than 10 percent last year, fueled largely by affluent donors who are reordering the top ranks of America’s nonprofits.
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People who give to America’s biggest charities want candor, connection to a cause, and respect.
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People say they have more money to give, and they believe nonprofits need their support.
Only 31 percent of nonprofit leaders believe that most of the grant makers who support their operations have a "deep understanding" of the needs of beneficiaries.
Government research says nonprofit jobs grew even amid the depths of the recession.
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Donor-advised funds and community foundations see a surge in donations, especially from people in their 50s and 60s.