Understanding entrepreneurs’ unique approach to giving
With more than 27 million privately held businesses in the United States, business founders, owners and investors make up much of the economic fabric of the country. But little is known about how entrepreneurs approach giving. This report provides insight into the qualities and approaches that distinguish entrepreneurs in their philanthropy—from how much they give to how they integrate giving into their businesses.
Entrepreneurs’ median charitable giving is
than that of non-entrepreneurs.
3 out of 5
entrepreneurs say their approach to business influences their giving.
Men and women entrepreneurs display similar giving habits, but sometimes differ in their motivation and implementation.
Active Millennials, traditional Boomers and Gen Xers in between: The three generations have distinct giving attitudes, behaviors and values.
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