Giving in Numbers

Why and How Businesses Support the Arts

Business Committee for the Arts National Triennial Survey
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Emily Peck, Manager, Business Committee for the Arts contributes a guest blog to the CECP Blog revealing the results of the "2010 BCA Triennial Survey of Business Support to the Arts." Conducted by Shugoll Research, this is the only survey in the United States that tracks support from small, midsize, and large companies to provide the most complete view of the arts funding landscape from businesses nationwide. Peck compares and contrasts the findings in this study to the findings in CECP's Giving in Numbers: 2010 Edition data report.

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Emily Peck, Manager, Business Committee for the Arts contributes a guest blog to the CECP Blog revealing the results of the "2010 BCA Triennial Survey of Business Support to the Arts." Conducted by Shugoll Research, this is the only survey in the United States that tracks support from small, midsize, and large companies to provide the most complete view of the arts funding landscape from businesses nationwide. Peck compares and contrasts the findings in this study to the findings in CECP's Giving in Numbers: 2010 Edition data report.

Corporate Data Largely Supports Trends Experienced by Nonprofits

Increased Non-Cash Giving and Funding to Basic Needs
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Alison Rose, Manager, Standards and Measurement, CECP, finds that increased non-cash giving and funding to basic needs emerge as key themes in corporate and nonprofit philanthropy data.

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Alison Rose, Manager, Standards and Measurement, CECP, finds that increased non-cash giving and funding to basic needs emerge as key themes in corporate and nonprofit philanthropy data.

CECP Data Report News Update

Giving in Numbers: 2010 Edition
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CECP's release of the annual data report on corporate giving trends, Giving in Numbers: 2010 Edition, has received coverage from several news outlet. Here are a few early articles on the findings of the report:

Chronicle of Philanthropy Nearly 60% of Big Companies Cut Their Giving 2009, Report Says

New CECP Data Report on Corporate Philanthropy Shows that the Majority of Companies Gave Less in 2009, but Contributions in Aggregate Rose

Increases attributed to large non-cash donations and corporate mergers
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CECP's annual report on corporate philanthropy trends, Giving in Numbers: 2010 Edition, draws from over $70 billion in historical data since 2001. 171 prominent companies participated in the survey on 2009 contributions, including 61 of the Fortune 100.  Giving in Numbers represents the industry’s first comprehensive look at 2009 giving trends and is the only report made publicly available.

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CECP's annual report on corporate philanthropy trends, Giving in Numbers: 2010 Edition, draws from over $70 billion in historical data since 2001. 171 prominent companies participated in the survey on 2009 contributions, including 61 of the Fortune 100.  Giving in Numbers represents the industry’s first comprehensive look at 2009 giving trends and is the only report made publicly available.

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