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Columbus First to Hear Giving USA Results By Lead Researcher

 Lynsey Pipino, The Columbus Foundation Columbus First to Hear Giving USA Results By Lead Researcher
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American individuals, bequests, foundations, and corporations gave an estimated $427.71 billion to U.S. charities in 2018. More than 200 central Ohio nonprofit leaders learned the news from Una O. Osili, Ph.D., the lead researcher of Giving USA 2019: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2018, during the Giving USA event last week at The Columbus Foundation.

Comparing the giving environment over the past couple of decades, Dr. Osili said, “A lot has changed in 25 years. What has not changed is the generosity of the American people.”

Giving USA 2019 Infographic

Through a collaborative effort by Central Ohio Giving Institute Board Members, Benefactor Group, Cramer & Associates, and The Hodge Group, Columbus was the first city to hear the Giving USA results from Dr. Osili. Presenting sponsors included the Central Ohio Association of Fundraising Professionals, The Catholic Foundation, The Columbus Foundation, JewishColumbus, Greater Columbus Arts Council, Human Service Chamber of Franklin County, Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations, Philanthropy Ohio, United Way of Central Ohio, and The Women’s Fund.


Better TogetherThe Columbus Foundation‘s crowdfunding platform, rallies individuals to work together to bring out the best in our community! Through Better Together, you can show love to our local nonprofits by donating toward their time-sensitive projects and programs. With new projects going up every month, you’re sure to see a cause that’s close to your heart, so be sure to stop in often to check them out!

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