Revenue received by non-profits in 2006



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In 2006, nonprofits contributed $666.1 billion to the U.S. economy. See Full Stat Info
Donors to health-related causes support, on average, 2.4 other secular causes. Health d... See Full Stat Info
11% of households contributed to religious causes only. See Full Stat Info
In 2006, wages and salaries totaled $489.4 billion, compared with $318.9 billion in 199... See Full Stat Info
In 2007, corporate giving increased 1.9 percent from last year to $15.69 billion, repre... See Full Stat Info
Americans tend to give about 3% of their income to charity, unless they've lost their j... See Full Stat Info
Taxpayers with annual gross incomes between $100,000 and $200,000 gave the most non cas... See Full Stat Info
By 2050, an estimated $41 trillion will transfer from one generation to the next, with ... See Full Stat Info
Corporations accounted for more than $15.6 billion (5.1%); and Foundations for $38.5 bi... See Full Stat Info
Overall giving to health-related organizations such as hospitals and other health chari... See Full Stat Info
Nearly six million tax returns reported $36.9 billion in noncash charitable donations a... See Full Stat Info
Foundations gave $36.5 billion in 2005, a 197 percent increase from 10 years earlier. See Full Stat Info
Taxpayers between 45 and 55 years old donated more food, clothing, household items, and... See Full Stat Info
Faith-based charities, including churches, received the most charitable gifts in 2007, ... See Full Stat Info
Total givings to arts, culture, and humanities organizations, including historical and ... See Full Stat Info
34% contributed to both religious and secular causes. See Full Stat Info
$6.96 billion was given to environmental and animal-welfare issues in 2007-- a 10.8 per... See Full Stat Info
In 2007, foundations increased their giving by 10.3 percent to $38.52 billion, accounti... See Full Stat Info
21% of households contributed to only secular causes. See Full Stat Info
Religious organizations continue to receive the biggest share of donations accounting f... See Full Stat Info
Arts, cultural and humanities giving increased 7.8 percent to $13.67 billion. Gifts to ... See Full Stat Info
The greatest portion of charitable giving, $229.03 billion, was given by individuals or... See Full Stat Info
Arts donors' contributed on average 2.1 percent of their income to secular causes, one ... See Full Stat Info
Charitable giving to colleges, universities and educational organizations accounted for... See Full Stat Info
Easements were the largest category in terms of average donation per return at $684,733... See Full Stat Info
In 2005, 12.9 million people worked for nonprofits, up from 11.1 million in 1998. See Full Stat Info


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