Faith and Philanthropy

 

Recent Submissions

  • Brown, Melissa; Harris, Joseph Claude; Rooney, Patrick (2004-11)
    Since religious organizations have long been the single largest type of recipient of American giving, the authors undertook in 2003 to examine the Giving USA estimating procedure for giving to religion and compare Giving ...
  • Rooney, Patrick (2007-12-18)
    Religious giving has grown every year in both nominal and inflation-adjusted dollars since it has been tracked by Giving USA in 1955. Even during recessions, religious giving has grown, but it has grown relatively slowly ...
  • Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark; Steinberg, Richard (2004)
    In this article, the authors advance the literature on whether apparent differences in the giving and volunteering of black versus white, or Hispanic versus other families, are real. They employ new data, COPPS, that help ...
  • Wilhelm, Mark O.; Rooney, Patrick M.; Tempel, Eugene R. (4/11/2007)
    We present two patterns over time in religious giving, secular giving, and religious service attendance. The first pattern describes the prewar cohort (born 1924–1938) as they aged between middle adulthood (ages 35–49) and ...
  • Mesch, Debra J.; Moore, Zach; Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark (2010)
    Little has been written on the role of gender in Jewish philanthropy, and there is even less empirical research on gender differences between Jewish men and women, or between Jews and non-Jews by gender. This study examines ...
  • IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy; Lake Institute on Faith & Giving; The Alban Institute (2009)