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Connected to Give: Community Circles

June 25, 2014

The "Connected to Give" series offers important new insights on religion and American charitable giving, challenging assumptions about where religious donors make charitable contributions and offering comprehensive information about behaviors and motivations among religious and non-religious Americans.This fifth report in the series, outlines the demographics of giving circle participation and examines how people explore and express shared identities through collaborative giving.

Connected to Give: Jewish Legacies

October 28, 2013

This is the second report in the "Connected to Give" series, and compares Jews on all sides of planned giving -- those with and without wills, those whose wills do and do not contain provisions for charitable bequests, and those whose charitable bequests do and do not include Jewish causes.

Connected to Give: Key Findings

October 28, 2013

This is the first in a series of reports based upon the wealth of data from National Study of American Jewish Giving. The key findings represent the top level of information gleaned from the studies, but there is much more to be explored. In addition to findings that relate giving to demography and identity, there are additional data about specific populations, particular areas of interest, and individual modes of giving.

Volunteering + Values: A Repair the World Report on Jewish Young Adults

June 23, 2011

Presents survey findings on young Jewish adults' commitments to, attitudes toward, and concerns and motivations in volunteering, including views on the links between service and Jewish identity and values. Outlines implications for boosting volunteering.