Religious donors are more likely to be regular in their giving than other philanthropically inclined folks, but that doesn’t mean we can take them for granted, says David King of the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving. He offers great tips.
The pandemic has challenged how churches operate, but most congregations are getting by as they adopt creative strategies to adopt to the new normal, a study by the Lake Institute on Faith & Giving. How is your church faring? (Image: AJC1 i, Creative Commons)
Faith plays an important role in why people give, according to David King, Assistant Professor of Philanthropic Studies, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. In fact, religious contributions comprised 32 percent of charitable giving in 2016, and 55 percent of all American donors cite religious values as a motivating factor. Check out how Americans gave to charity. (Photo: © […]