The Way Millennials Give, and Why it Should Concern Us

September 16, 2013 | Posted by Michael C. Phillip in

Last month, The Chronicle of Philanthropy conducted an in-depth study on the future of philanthropy in America. The study looked at America’s four adult generations (WWII, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials) and how they give to charity. As if there was any doubt, Millennials give very differently than their predecessors. Whereas the elder three generations ranked “my place of worship” as the top... Read More


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