February 6, 2011
Colleges Are Top Draw for America's Richest Donors
Nearly half of the 65 gifts of $5-million or more made last year went to institutions of higher education, according to a report released today by The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Although colleges benefited more than other nonprofit institutions, wealthy donors, on the whole, pulled back their charitable giving in 2010, due largely to fears of the economy sliding back into recession and uncertainty about tax
The Chronicle Review