Are Americans Less Charitable Than They Used To Be?
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Please join us for our January salon at Townhouse in the Loop to discuss why Americans are less charitable than they used to be.
“The average American has grown more tight-fisted in recent years, donating a smaller portion of his or her income to charity than he or she did 10 years ago. In some ways, that shift makes sense following the Great Recession, which slashed personal incomes and wealth. Yet even as the country’s economy started to recover, Americans have remained stingier than before.” – The Atlantic
If you have time, take a look at this article and report that will form the basis of our discussion: