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Giving in Numbers: 2012 Edition - Trends in Corporate Giving
CECP

March, 2013

Developed by CECP in association with The Conference Board, Giving in Numbers: 2012 Edition is based on data from 214 companies, including 62 of the top 100 companies in the Fortune 500. The sum of contributions across all respondents of the 2011 Corporate Giving Survey (CGS), from which the data is pulled, totaled more than $19.9 billion in cash and product giving. This report not only presents a profile of corporate philanthropy in 2011, but also pinpoints how corporate giving is evolving and becoming more focused. This is the eigth annual report on trends in corporate philanthropy.

Download the Full Report, Giving in Numbers: 2012 Edition » (PDF)
View a Profile of Corporate Giving in 2011 » (PDF, 2 pages)

Read the Press Release, "Majority of Companies Increased Giving; Adopted More Strategic Approach"» (PDF)

 

Fast facts for 2011:

 

  • Median total giving in CECP's sample was $21.02 million
  • 60% of companies gave more in 2011 than in 2009
  • 83% of companies offered at least one matching gift program
  • 85% of companies had a formal domestic employee volunteer program; 47% had a formal international volunteer program
  • 82% of companies reported having a corporate foundation
  • Health, education, and community and economic development were top priorities for the typical company
  • 46% of total giving was through direct cash

 

Special sections include:

 

  • Grant Portfolio Breakdown: Mix of Giving Types, Program Area, Motivations
  • Giving Internationally: Sectors/Industries, Regions/Countries, Program Area, Revenue Comparison
  • Employee and Stakeholder Engagement: Matching Gifts, Pro Bono Service, Employee Volunteerism
  • Administrative Practices and Program Costs: Corporate Foundations, Budget Oversight, Staffing Trends, Management/Program Costs

 

Download the report for additional tools and analyses, including:

 

  • Tools for Benchmarking
  • 2011 Survey Respondent Profile
  • Three-Year Matched Set Profile
  • Calculations and Definitions

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