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Charitable Giving in the United States

Charitable Giving in the United States BOOK YOUR DATA KEY Giving ratio rates Washington $ 4,443,992,000 .. TOTAL CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS $ 144,105,393,000 ... TOTAL ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME 2.00% 2.51% 2.61% 2.81% 3.01% 3.21% 3.41% 3.61% 3.81% 4.01% 4.51% < 2.0% New Hampshire $ 547,233,000 $ 29,581,897,000 >5.01% 2.50% 2.60% 2.80% 3.00% 3.20% 3.40% 3.60% 3.80% 4.00% 4.50% 5.00% Vermont Maine $ 264,605,000 $ 10,629,523,000 $ 424,807,000 $ 19,924,516,000 3.08% *** GIVING RATIO** 2.49% 1.85% 2.13% Total contribution rates Adjusted gross income (AGI) is defined as a person's gross income minus some business expenses, unreimbursed medical expenses, retirement-plan contributions, and other Giving ratio is defined as the percentage of AGI given to charity as determined using the charitable deductions reported on the $500M $1B income-tax forms. deductions. Massachusetts $4,864,043,000 $ 199,886,900,000 $5B «$10B New York 2.43% $ 16,437,302,000 $ 551,977,578,000 $15B Connecticut North Dakota 2.98% $ 3,414,826,000 $ 132,575,765,000 Montana Wisconsin « $20B $ 476,006,000 $ 15,791,403,000 $ 309,877, 000 $ 12,183,391,000 $ 2,710,476,000 $ 107,401,227,000 « $25B 2.58% 3.01% 2.54% 2.52% Idaho Wyoming $ 454,624,000 $ 13,190,832,000 Nebraska $ 915,916,000 $ 21,817,847,000 $ 1,194,671,000 $ 32,580,868,000 Pennsylvania $ 6,483,257,000 $ 242,296,276,000 Rhode Island New Jersey Michigan $ 4,961,306,000 $ 161,541,120,000 $ 5,644,502,000 $ 266,131,213,000 $ 469,248,000 $ 21,333,817,000 Minnesota 4.20% 3.45% 3.67% $ 3,377,110,000 $ 124,970,060,000 2.68% 2.12% 2.20% 3.07% South Dakota 2.70% Washington $4,443,992,000 $ 144,105,393,000 lowa $ 372,973,000 $ 10,820,729,000 Indiana Delaware $1,529,472,000 $ 50,480,296,000 $2,972,400,000 $ 89,103,498,000 Maryland $ 5,269,270,000 $ 164,526,713,000 Illinois Ohio $ 8,077,652,000 $ 288,899,201,000 $ 5,183,364,000 $ 183,757,779,000 $ 476,117,000 $ 17,351,004,000 3.08% 3.45% Alaska 3.03% 3.34% $ 325,487,000 $ 11,694,971,000 Oregon $ 2,043,469,000 $ 71,010,525,000 2.74% Missouri 2.82% 3.20% 2.80% $ 3,163,674,000 $ 93,581,949,000 West Virginia $ 476,534,000 $ 16,840,207,000 2.78% 2.88% 3.38% Kentucky $1,941,099,000 $ 56,056,478,000 South Carolina Virginia $5,604,848,000 $ 196,359,234,000 Arkansas $ 1,523,424,000 $ 36,803,242,000 $ 2,713,567,000 $ 65,290,720,000 North Carolina 2.83% 2.85% $5,883,323,000 $ 155,398,240,000 4.14% 3.46% 4.16% California Louisiana Tennessee 3.79% $ 25,043,902,000 $ 898,482,536,000 2.79% $ 3,753,448,000 $ 2,132,063,000 $ 63,803,121,000 Utah Colorado Alabama $ 81,082,343,000 $ 3,303,081,000 $ 3,367,782,000 $ 49,935,552,000 $ 3,039,256,000 $ 62,386,864,000 $ 117,384,031,000 3.34% 4.63% 6.61% 2.87% 4.87% Arizona $ 2,999,273,000 $ 97,958,196,000 Georgia $7,208,185,000 $ 167,217,154,000 Texas $ 15,897,192,000 $ 442,629,868,000 3.06% 4.31% 3.59% Kansas $ 1,802,688,000 $ 50,507,649,000 3.57% Florida $ 11,144,250,000 $ 329,884,553,000 Hawaii Nevada New Mexico Oklahoma Mississippi $ 625,757,000 $ 22,577,573,000 $ 1,386,126,000 $ 47,503,523,000 $ 738,173,000 $ 24,603,402,000 $ 2,478,721,000 $ 55,620,990,000 $ 1,560,225,000 $ 30,928,825,000 3.38% 2.77% 2.92% 3.00% 4.46% 5.04% The Revenue of the US's Biggest Charities TOP 30 CHARITIES IN THE UNITED STATES BY PRIVATE DONATIONS IN 2015 $: $ 3.873B $ 2.116B $ 2.016B $ 1.609B $ 1.080B $ 934M $ 927M $ 908M $ 892M $ 840M $ 832M $ 821M $ 774M $ 765M $ 757M Feeding America St. Jude Children's Research Goodwill Industries International Direct Relief Boys & Girls Clubs of America Habitat for Humanity International United Salvation The Task Force for Global YMCA of the USA Food for the Poor World American Cancer Society Compassion International Charities Catholic Way Worldwide Army Vision USA Health Hospital $ 735M $ 723M $ 659M $ 615M $ 599M $ 596M $ 558M $ 546M $ 496M $ 467M $ 456M $ 448M $ 394M $ 393M $ 392M American National Red Cross Patient Access Network Foundation United States Fund for Unicef Nature Conservancy Save the Children Foundation Lutheran Services in America Mayo Clinic AmeriCares Foundation American Heart Association Samaritan's Purse Step Up for Students Feed the Children Planned Parenthood Federation Cru Boy Scouts of America of America TOP 30 CHARITIES IN THE UNITED STATES BY TOTAL REVENUE IN 2015 $ 21.017B $ 6.609B $ 5.373B $ 4.560B $ 4.485B $ 4.143B $ 4.111B $ 3.652B $ 3.071B $ 2.060B $ 1.711B $ 1.661B Goodwill Industries International Mayo Clinic United Way Worldwide The Task Force for Global Health Memorial Lutheran Services in America YMCA of the USA Catholic Charities USA The Salvation American National Red Cross Feeding America Boys & Girls Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Army Clubs of America $ 1.538B $ 1.303B $ 1.300B $ 1.119B $ 1.105B $ 1.036B $ 1.019B $ 913M $ 892M $ 886M $ 767M $ 762M $ 691M $ 673M $ 664M Habitat for Humanity International Planned Parenthood Federation of America St. Jude Children's Research Dana-Farber Cancer Institute World Vision Catholic Relief Services Nature Boy Scouts of America Food for the Poor Direct Relief International American Compassion International American Heart Association Patient Save the Children Federation Conservancy Cancer Access Network Foundation Society Hospital DONATIONS BY CHARITY TYPE IN 2014 32% 7% Religion $ 661M $ 649M $ 607M $ 114,900,000,000 Public-society benefit $ 26,290,000,000 United Metropolitan Public Museum of Art Broadcasting States Fund Service 15% 5% Education Arts, culture, and humanities for UNICEF $ 54,620,000,000 $ 17,230,000,000 12% 4% Human services International affairs $ 42,100,000,000 $ 15,10,000,000 BOOK YOUR DATA 12% 3% Gifts to foundations Environment/animals $ 41,620,000,000 $ 10,500,000,000 Sources: 8% 2% http://www.forbes.com/top-charities/list/ http://www.givinginstitute.org/?page-GUSAAnnual Report http://www.urban.org/research/publication/profiles-individual-charitable-contributions-state-2013 https://philanthropy.com/interactives/how-america-gives#state Health Gifts to individuals $ 30,370,000,000 $ 6,420,000,000

Charitable Giving in the United States

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Americans give billions of dollars to all sorts of charities every year. Using data from federal tax returns, we've analyzed charitable giving by state in this infographic. You can see which states gi...

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